Retro: Spokane, WA - Monday, August 30, 1993 Source: The Spokesman-Review 2 - KREM (CBS) 4 - KXLY (ABC) 6 - KHQ (NBC) 7 - KSPS (PBS) 28 - KAYU (Fox) MORNING 5:30 2 - Paid Programming 4 - World News This Morning 6 - NBC News at Sunrise 6:00 2 - KREM 2 News This Morning 4 - Good Morning Northwest 6 - Q6 News Today 7 - Body Electric 28 - Small Wonder 6:30 28 - James Bond, Jr. 7:00 2 - CBS This Morning 4 - Good Morning America 6 - Today 7 - Shining Time Station 28 - Beetlejuice 7:30 7 - Lamb Chop's Play-Along 28 - Merrie Melodies: Starring Bugs Bunny and Friends 8:00 7 - Barney & Friends 28 - TaleSpin 8:30 7 - Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 28 - Chip 'n Dale Rescue Rangers 9:00 2 - The New Family Feud Challenge 4 - Sally Jessy Raphael 6 - Live with Regis & Kathie Lee 7 - Sesame Street 28 - Mr. Belvedere 9:30 28 - Love Connection 10:00 2 - The Price Is Right 4 - Home 6 - John & Leeza from Hollywood 7 - Reading Rainbow 28 - In the Heat of the Night 10:30 7 - Where in the World Is Carmen Sandiego? 11:00 2 - The Maury Povich Show 4 - Donahue 6 - Shop at Home 7 - Sit and Be Fit 28 - Growing Pains 11:30 6 - Caesar's Challenge 7 - The Gift of Painting 28 - Growing Pains AFTERNOON 12:00 2 - KREM 2 News at Noon 4 - All My Children 6 - Rush Limbaugh 7 - The McLaughlin Group 28 - Geraldo 12:30 2 - The Bold and the Beautiful 6 - Classic Concentration 7 - John McLaughlin 1:00 2 - As the World Turns 4 - All My Children 6 - Another World 7 - Cecilia Bartoli: A Portrait 28 - The Joan Rivers Show 2:00 2 - Guiding Light 4 - General Hospital 6 - Days of Our Lives 7 - Mister Rogers' Neighbordhood 28 - Paid Programming 2:30 7 - Barney & Friends 28 - Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 3:00 2 - The Young and the Restless 4 - The Flintstones 6 - Stunt Dawgs 7 - Sesame Street 28 - Tom and Jerry Kids 3:30 4 - Who's the Boss? 6 - The Jetsons 28 - Darkwing Duck 4:00 2 - The Oprah Winfrey Show 4 - Star Trek: The Next Generation 6 - The Wonder Years 7 - Reading Rainbow 28 - Goof Troop 4:30 6 - Family Feud 7 - Square One Television 28 - Tiny Toon Adventures 5:00 2 - KREM 2 News at 5 4 - News 4 at 5 6 - Q6 News at 5 7 - Where in the World Is Carmen Sandiego? 28 - Batman: The Animated Series 5:30 2 - CBS Evening News with Dan Rather and Connie Chung 6 - NBC Nightly News with Tom Brokaw 7 - Nightly Business Report 28 - Paradise Beach EVENING 6:00 2 - KREM 2 News at 6 4 - World News Tonight with Peter Jennings 6 - Q6 News at 6 7 - The MacNeil/Lehrer NewsHour 28 - Cops 6:30 2 - Murphy Brown 4 - Full House 6 - Inside Edition 28 - Hard Copy 7:00 2 - Cheers 4 - Roseanne 6 - Jeopardy! 7 - May to December 28 - Entertainment Tonight 7:30 2 - Designing Women 4 - M*A*S*H 6 - Wheel of Fortune 7 - Keeping Up Appearances 28 - A Current Affair 8:00 2 - Evening Shade 4 - Day One 6 - The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air 7 - Eyes on the Prize 28 - MOVIE: "Bonnie and Clyde: The True Story" 8:30 2 - Major Dad 6 - Blossom 9:00 2 - Murphy Brown 4 - Missing Persons 6 - MOVIE: "Deception: A Mother's Secret" 9:30 2 - Big Wave Dave's 10:00 2 - Northern Exposure 28 - Fox 10 O'Clock 10:30 28 - Real Stories of the Highway Patrol 11:00 2 - KREM 2 News at 11 4 - News 4 at 11 6 - Q6 News 11 at 11 7 - Charlie Rose 28 - The Arsenio Hall Show 11:35 2 - Late Show with David Letterman 4 - Nightline 6 - The Tonight Show with Jay Leno 12:00 7 - The MacNeil/Lehrer NewsHour 28 - The Joan Rivers Show 12:05 4 - Paid Programming 12:35 2 - Tennis Highlights 4 - Perfect Strangers 6 - Late Night with David Letterman 1:05 2 - Paid Programming 4 - The Jerry Springer Show 1:35 2 - The Cosby Show 6 - Rush Limbaugh 2:05 2 - KREM 2 News at 11 [repeat] 4 - World News Now 6 - Nightside 2:35 2 - Up to the Minute Retro: South Georgia/North Florida Tues, Apr 20, 1993 from TV Guide-South Georgia edition Due to the large number of channels, listings will be posted in 2 parts, with part 1 covering morning/afternoon and part 2 covering evening/late night listings 2 WSB-ABC Atlanta 3 WRBL-CBS Columbus 3s WSAV-NBC Savannah 4 WJXT-CBS Jacksonville 4d WTVY-CBS Dothan 5 WAGA-CBS Atlanta 6 WCTV-CBS Thomasville/Tallahassee 7 WJHG-NBC Panama City 9 WTVM-ABC Columbus 10 WALB-NBC Albany 11 WFSU-PBS Tallahassee 11a WXIA-NBC Atlanta 11s WTOC-CBS Savannah 12 WTLV-NBC Jacksonville 13 WMAZ-CBS Macon 13p WMBB-ABC Panama City 17 WJKS-ABC Jacksonville 17a WTBS-Ind Atlanta 18 WDHN-CBS Dothan 21 WBSG-Ind Brunswick 22 WJCL-ABC Savannah 24 WGXA-ABC Macon 27 WTXL-ABC Tallahassee 31 WFXL-Fox Albany 38 WLTZ-NBC Columbus 40 WTWC-NBC Tallahassee 41 WMGT-NBC Macon 49 WTLH-Fox Bainbridge/Tallahassee 54 WXTX-Fox Columbus 55 WSST-Ind Cordele GPT Georgia Public Television (PBS): WABW 14-Pelham, WACS 25-Dawson, WDCO 29-Cochran, WJSP 28-Warm Springs, WVAN 9-Savannah, WXGA 8-Waycross Ch 17 in Tallahassee, a LP religious station, wasn't listed but it was mentioned on the channel page Morning 5:00 2-13p-18 ABC World News Now 3-4-4d-5-6-11s CBS News Up to the Minute 7-10-11a-41 NBC News Nightside 12-13-38 This Morning's Business 31 Success N Life 49 Ag-USA 54 Movie "Nasty Hero" cont'd 5:05 17a Gomer Pyle, USMC 5:25 17 Classifieds 5:30 2-27 ABC World News This Morning 3s-11a-12-38-41 NBC News at Sunrise 4-13 CBS Morning News 6 Ag Day 17 News 49 This Morning's Business 5:35 17a Headline News 6:00 2-4-11a News 3-4d-6 CBS Morning News 3s Coastal Sunrise 5 Geraldo (carjacking) 9-17 ABC World News This Morning 10-40-41 NBC News at Sunrise 11s-13p-55 This Morning's Business 12 Good Morning Jacksonville 13 Early Mornin' 21-31 Ag Day 22 Celebrate 24 Flintstones 38 Rise 'n Shine 49 Widget 55 Chip 'n Dale Rescue Rangers GPT GED 6:05 17a I Love Lucy (bw) 6:15 11 Body Electric 6:30 4d Good Morning Tri-States 6 Good Morning 7 Good Mornin', Morning 10 Today in Georgia 11a CBS Morning News 13 Mornin' 13p-18-22 ABC World News This Morning 21 Headline News 24 Goof Troop 31 Beetlejuice 49 Chip 'n Dale Rescue Rangers 54 Tale Spin 55 South Georgia Sunrise GPT Stretching for Life 6:35 17a Tom & Jerry 6:45 11-GPT AM Weather 7:00 2-9-17-22-24-27 Good Morning America (guest Jon Secada) 3-4-4d-13 This Morning (guest Patty Loveless) 3s-10-11a-12-38-40-41 Today (concluding a visit to the US Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington) 5 Good Day Atlanta 7 NBC News at Sunrise 11-GPT Sesame Street 11s News 18 Ag Day 21 This Morning's Business 31-49 Tale Spin 54 Goof Troop 7:30 7 Daybusters 18 ABC World News This Morning 21 Headline News/Local News 31 Merrie Melodies 49-54 Beetlejuice 8:00 5 Joan Rivers (Celeb scandals) 6 Maury Povich (sleep disorders) 7 Today 11 Shining Time Station 11s This Morning 13p-18 Good Morning America 21 Phil Donahue (guest Blair Underwood) 31 Chip 'n Dale Rescue Rangers 49 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 54 James Bond Jr. GPT Barney & Friends 8:05 17a I Dream of Jeannie 8:30 11 Barney & Friends 31-49 James Bond Jr. 54-55 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles GPT Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 8:35 17a Bewitched 9:00 2-9-21 Sally Jessy Raphael (reincarnation) 3-11a-12-24 Montel Williams 4d Morning Show (Children's fashions) 5-17-22-27-38 Regis & Kathie Lee (guest George Wendt) 11 Sesame Street 31 In the Heat of the Night 40 Jerry Springer 41-55 Vicki! (guest Rick Schroeder) 49 People's Court 54 Big Valley GPT Reading Rainbow 9:05 17a Little House on the Prairie 9:30 49 Judge GPT Instructional Programs 10:00 2 Phil Donahue 3-4d-6 Family Feud Challenge 3s-7-13-17-31 Sally Jessy Raphael 4 Maury Povich (guest Sharon Farrell) 5-11s-12 Geraldo (from Miami, interfering in a former mate's life) 9 Cosby Show 10-13p-18-41 Regis & Kathie Lee 11 Lamb Chop's Play-Along 11a-38 Vicki! 21 Jane Whitney (exploitation of larger-sized women) 22 Matlock 24 In the Heat of the Night 27 Perfect Strangers 40 Jenny Jones (hating your appearance) 49 Highway to Heaven 54 Wonder Years 55 700 Club 10:05 17a Movie "Kenny Rogers as the Gambler III-The Legend Continues" (conclusion) 10:30 9 A Different World 11 Reading Rainbow 27 Infomercial 54 Mr. Belvedere 11:00 2 Maury Povich (Farrell) 3-4-4d-5-6-11s-13 Price is Right 3s-21 Jenny Jones 7-10 Golden Girls 9-13p-17-18-22-24-27 Home (guest Carol Lawrence brings a low-fat pasta recipe/bridal makeup tips) 11 Sesame Street 11a Scrabble 12 Jerry Springer 31 Vicki! 38 Family Ties 40 Joan Rivers 41 Newhart 49-55 Love Connection 54 Charles in Charge 11:30 7-10-38-41 Concentration 11a Scattergories 49 Love Connection 54 Small Wonder 55 Another Life Afternoon noon 2-4-5-6-9-11s-12-13-55 News 3 Sanford & Son 3s Concentration 4d Young & the Restless 7-40 Family Secrets 10 Town & Country 11 Graham Kerr's Kitchen 11a Noonday 13p Loving 17 Jenny Jones 18 You Bet Your Life 21 Vicki! 22-27-31 Designing Women 24-38 That's Amore 41 People's Court 49 Montel Williams 54 Love Connection GPT Sesame Street 12:05 17a Perry Mason (bw) 12:15 13 Date with Del (Del Ward welcomes Miss Middle Georgia College Pageant participants) 12:30 2-9-18-22-24-27 Loving 3-4-5-6-11s-13 Young & the Restless 3s Scrabble 7 Golden Girls 11 Body Electric 12 Rush Limbaugh 13p News 31 Infomercial 38-41 Family Secrets 40 Concentration 54 People's Court 1:00 2-9-13p-17-18-22-24-27 All My Children 3s-7-10-11a-12-38-40-41 Days of Our Lives 4d Farm Report 11 Travels 21-31 Highway to Heaven 49 Matlock 54 700 Club 55 Sing Out America GPT Lamb Chop's Play-Along 1:05 17a Movie "The Streets of San Francisco" (series pilot) 1:20 4d News 1:30 3-4-4d-5-6-11s-13 Bold & the Beautiful 55 Beverly Exercise GPT Where in the World is Carmen Sandiego? 2:00 2-9-13p-17-18-22-24-27 One Life to Live 3-4-4d-5-6-11s-13 As the World Turns 11 Charlie Rose 21 People's Court 31 Judge 49 Infatutation 54 New Leave It to Beaver 55 Jenny Jones GPT Instructional Programs 2:30 21 Odd Couple 31 Tom & Jerry Kids 49 Merrie Melodies 55 Darkwing Duck GPT Square One Television 3:00 2-9-13p-17-18-22-24-27 General Hospital 3-4-4d-5-6-11s-13 Guiding Light 3s Scattergories 7-10-12-38-41 Scrabble 11 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 11a Divorce Court 17a Tom & Jerry 21 I Dream of Jeannie 31 Tiny Toon Adventures 40 Vicki! 49 Tom & Jerry Kids 54 Merrie Melodies 55 Camp Candy GPT Instructional Programs 3:30 3s Family Secrets 7-10-12-38-41 Scattergories 11 Sesame Street 11a Judge 21 Inspector Gadget 31-49 Goof Troop 54 Tom & Jerry Kids 55 People's Court 3:35 17a Flintstones 4:00 2-3s-4-4d-6-9-10-13-13p Oprah Winfrey (guest Corazon Atienza, who avoided a 1966 mass murder by hiding under a bed) 3 Matlock 5 Inside Edition (story on Craftmatic) 7-11s Maury Povich 11a-22 You Bet Your Life 12 Star Trek: The Next Generation 17 In the Heat of the Night 18 Phil Donahue (guest is author Deborah Laake, listed as live- can someone fill in the story here?) 21 Camp Candy 24-31-49 Darkwing Duck 27 Designing Women 38 Whoopi Goldberg (guest Debbie Allen) 40 Sally Jessy Raphael 41 Golden Girls 54 Tiny Toon Adventures 55 Video Hits GPT Where in the World is Carmen Sandiego? 4:05 17a Jetsons 4:30 5 A Current Affair 11 Square One Television 11a-22 Golden Girls 21-24 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 27 Star Trek: The Next Generation 31-54 Batman: The Animated Series 38 Amen 41 Designing Women 49 Tiny Toon Adventures GPT Sesame Street 4:35 17a Brady Bunch 5:00 2-4-5 News 3 227 3s Montel Williams 4d-54 Full House 6 Entertainment Tonight 7-11s Hard Copy 9 Phil Donahue 10 Who's the Boss? 11 Where in the World is Carmen Sandiego? 11a-12-13 Cosby Show 13p-22-31 Designing Women 17 Matlock 18 Sally Jessy Raphael 21 Growing Pains 24 A Different World 38 In the Heat of the Night 40 Scrabble 41 Murphy Brown 49 Batman: The Animated Series 54 Full House 5:05 17a Saved by the Bell 5:30 3 Designing Women 4-6-11a-11s-12-24-31 News 4d-13p Cosby Show 7 Jeopardy! 10 You Bet Your Life 11 Body Electric 13 Inside Edition 21 Andy Griffith (bw) 22-27 Cheers (27 airs pt 1 of the 200th episode, with John McLaughlin interviewing the cast) 40 Scattergories 41 Mama's Family 49 Wonder Years 54 Good Times GPT Barney & Friends 5:35 17a Three's Company 5:45 55 Gospel Dynamite pt 2 follows with evening/late night... 2 WSB-ABC Atlanta 3 WRBL-CBS Columbus 3s WSAV-NBC Savannah 4 WJXT-CBS Jacksonville 4d WTVY-CBS Dothan 5 WAGA-CBS Atlanta 6 WCTV-CBS Thomasville/Tallahassee 7 WJHG-NBC Panama City 9 WTVM-ABC Columbus 10 WALB-NBC Albany 11 WFSU-PBS Tallahassee 11a WXIA-NBC Atlanta 11s WTOC-CBS Savannah 12 WTLV-NBC Jacksonville 13 WMAZ-CBS Macon 13p WMBB-ABC Panama City 17 WJKS-ABC Jacksonville 17a WTBS-Ind Atlanta 18 WDHN-CBS Dothan 21 WBSG-Ind Brunswick 22 WJCL-ABC Savannah 24 WGXA-ABC Macon 27 WTXL-ABC Tallahassee 31 WFXL-Fox Albany 38 WLTZ-NBC Columbus 40 WTWC-NBC Tallahassee 41 WMGT-NBC Macon 49 WTLH-Fox Bainbridge/Tallahassee 54 WXTX-Fox Columbus 55 WSST-Ind Cordele GPT Georgia Public Television (PBS): WABW 14-Pelham, WACS 25-Dawson, WDCO 29-Cochran, WJSP 28-Warm Springs, WVAN 9-Savannah, WXGA 8-Waycross * Ch 17 in Tallahassee, a LP religious station, wasn't listed but it was mentioned on the channel page Evening 6:00 2-3-3s-4-4d-5-6-7-9-10-11a-11s-12-13-17-18-21-22-27-38-55 News 11-GPT MacNeil-Lehrer NewsHour 13p Inside Edition 24 Cheers 31-54 Star Trek: The Next Generation 40 Infomercial 41 You Bet Your Life 49 Full House 6:05 17a Happy Days 6:30 3-4-4d-5-6-11s-13 CBS Evening News 3s-7-12-38-40-41 NBC Nightly News 9-13p-17-18-22-24-27 ABC World News Tonight 49 A Different World 6:35 17a Andy Griffith (bw) 7:00 2 ABC World News Tonight 3-11s-13 A Current Affair 3s Cosby Show 4 Inside Edition 4d-7-13p News 5-6-12-22-41 Wheel of Fortune 9 Jeopardy! 10-11p NBC Nightly News 11 All Creatures Great & Small 17 Cheers 18-54 Hard Copy 21 Night Court 24 Amen 27 Golden Girls 31 Wonder Years 38 You Bet Your Life 40 Rush Limbaugh 49 Full House (repeat of the pilot) 55 Outdoor Trail GPT Nightly Business Report 7:05 17a Beverly Hillbillies 7:30 2-4-10-11s-13-54 Entertainment Tonight 3-3s Roseanne 4d-7-9 Wheel of Fortune 5-6-12-22-41 Jeopardy! 11a-18 Family Feud 13p Who's the Boss? 17 A Current Affair 17a Baseball: Atlanta-Florida 21 Amen 24-31-38 Married...with Children 27 You Bet Your Life 40 Newhart 49 M*A*S*H GPT Wild America "Colors in Nature" 8:00 2-9-13a-17-18-22-24-27 Full House 3-4-4d-5-6-11s-13 Rescue 911 3s-7-10-11a-12-38-40-41 Quantum Leap (Sam makes a King-size leap when he becomes Elvis) 11 Nova "Can You Believe TV Ratings?" (a 1992 look at Nielsen's people meter) 21 Movie "Something in Common" 31-49-54 Class of '96 55 That's Amore GPT Adventure "Fishing the Himalayas" 8:30 2-9-13p-17-18-22-24-27 Hangin' with Mr. Cooper 55 Love Connection 9:00 2-9-13s-17-18-22-24-27 Roseanne 3-4-4d-5-6-11s-13 Movie "The Fire Next Time" (Conclusion) 3s-7-10-11a-12-38-40-41 Law & Order 11 Frontline "Memory of the Camps" (a 1985 doc showing excerpts from Allied films of Nazi concentration camps) 31-49-54 Tribeca 55 Bonanza GPT Nova "Can You Believe TV Ratings?" 9:30 2-9-13p-17-18-22-24-27 Delta 10:00 2-9-13p-17-18-22-24-27 Homefront 3s-7-10-11a-12-38-40-41 Dateline NBC 11 Mini-Dragons (visiting Thailand) 21-31 News 49 In the Heat of the Night 54 Hunter 55 Geraldo GPT Frontline "Memory of the Camps" 10:30 17a Movie "The Howling" 21-31 Rush Limbaugh 11:00 2-3-3s-4-4d-5-6-7-9-10-11a-11s-12-13-13p-17-21-24-27-38 News 11-GPT Charlie Rose 18 Designing Women 22 Married...with Children 31-49-54 Arsenio Hall (guests Jackie Collins, and Shai) 40 Rush Limbaugh 41 Night Court 55 Lifestyles of the Rich & Famous 11:05 38 Andy Griffith 11:30 3 Forever Knight 4d Night Court 5 Love Connection 13p Married...with Children 18-22-41 News 21 In the Heat of the Night 24 Studs 11:35 2-4 Hard Copy 3s-7-10-11a-12-38-40-41 Tonight Show (guests Craig T. Nelson, Marisa Tomei, and Faith No More) 6 Married...with Children 9-18-22-27 ABC News Nightline 13 Arsenio Hall 17 Designing Women Late Night midnight 4d-5 Arsenio Hall 11 Jack Horkheimer: Star Hustler 13p Entertainment Tonight 24 Love Connection 31-49 Whoopi Goldberg 54 Rush Limbaugh 12:05 2-17 ABC News Nightline 4-6 Forever Knight 9 Jerry Springer 11s Arsenio Hall 18 Montel Williams 22 Rush Limbaugh 27 Movie "Flight of the Navigator" 12:30 3 Exile 13p ABC News Nightline 17a Movie "The Martian Chronicles" 21 That's AMore 24 Whoopi Goldberg 31 Infatuation 49 Studs 54 Beauty & the Beast 12:35 2 Jane Whitney 3s-7-10-11a-12-38-40-41 Late Night with David Letterman (guest Charles S. Dutton) 13 Rush Limbaugh 17 Wonder Years 22 WCW Wrestling 1:00 4d Exile 5 News 13p Rush Limbuagh 21 Home Shopping Spree (to 6am) 24 Family Ties 31 Movie "Run to Freedom" 49 Movie "Beyond the Stars" 1:05 4-11s Whoopi Goldberg 6 Cosby Show 9 Headline News 13 Hard Copy 17 Jeffersons 1:30 3 Siskel & Ebert 5 Love Connection 13s-24 News 54 Hogan's Heroes 1:35 2 Jenny Jones 3s-7-10-38-40-41 Later with Bob Costas (guest Alan Alda) 4 Jane Whitney 6 Head of the Class 11a-12 Rush Limbaugh 11s Gomer Pyle, USMC 13 Andy Griffith 17 All in the Family 2:00 3-4-5-11s-13 CBS Up to the Minute (til 6, except on 13 which runs it to 5am) 13a ABC World News Now (to 6am) 54 Movie "Empire of the Ants" 2:05 6 CBS News Up to the Minute (to 5:30) 7-10-38-40-41 NBC News Nightside (to 6:30 on 7, 6:00 on 10, 5am on 38, 3:05 on 40, and 5:30 on 41) 11a-12 Later with Bob Costas (Alan Alda on 11a, Charles Barkley on 12) 17 Classifieds 2:35 2 That's Amore 4-12 News 11a Infomercial 3:00 31 Movie "Pleasure Cove" 49 Movie "The Invisible Corner" 3:05 2 ABC World News Now (to 5:30) 11a-12 NBC News Nightside (to 5:30 on 11a, 5am on 12) 3:10 4 ANC News 4:00 4 CBS News Up to the Minute (to 5:30) 54 Movie "Return of the Secaucus Seven" 4:30 17a Some Fun Now 18 ABC World News Now (to 6:30) 4:35 17a All in the Family RETRO: PITTSBURGH - 4/18/1996 Thursday, April 18, 1996 KDKA-TV CBS2 05:00AM News 07:00AM This Morning 09:00AM Gordon Elliott 10:00AM Murphy Brown 10:30AM Murphy Brown 11:00AM The Price is Right 12:00PM News 12:30PM Young & the Restless 01:30PM Bold & the Beautiful 02:00PM As the World Turns 03:00PM Guiding Light 04:00PM Day & Date 05:00PM KD Live at 5 06:00PM News 07:00PM CBS News 07:30PM Real Stories of the Highway Patrol 08:00PM The 11th Annual Academy of Television Arts & Sciences Hall of Fame 09:30PM Paid Political 10:00PM 48 Hours 11:00PM News 11:35PM Late Show with David Letterman 12:35AM Late Late Show with Tom Snyder 01:35AM EXTRA 02:05AM Court TV: Inside America's Courts 02:35AM Paid Programming 03:05AM Up to the Minute 04:30AM Court TV: Inside America's Courts WTAE-TV ABC4 05:00AM News 05:30AM News 06:00AM News 06:30AM News 07:00AM Good Morning America 09:00AM Regis & Kathie Lee 10:00AM Maury 11:00AM Sally Jessy Raphael 12:00PM News 12:30PM Empty Nest 01:00PM All My Children 02:00PM One Life to Live 03:00PM General Hospital 04:00PM Afterschool Specials 05:00PM News 05:30PM News 06:00PM News 06:30PM ABC News 07:00PM Inside Edition 07:30PM Entertainment Tonight 08:00PM World's Funniest Videos 08:30PM Before They Were Stars! 09:00PM Who Makes You Laugh? 10:00PM Turning Point 11:00PM News 11:35PM Nightline 12:05AM American Journal 12:35AM Rolonda 01:35AM Rush Limbaugh 02:05AM Donahue 03:00AM ABC World News Now WPXI-TV NBC11 05:00AM News 06:00AM News 07:00AM Today 09:00AM Montel Williams 10:00AM Leeza 11:00AM Jenny Jones 12:00PM News 12:30PM America's Funniest Home Videos 01:00PM Days of Our Lives 02:00PM Another World 03:00PM America's Most Wanted 03:30PM Cops 04:00PM Hard Copy 04:30PM A Current Affair 05:00PM News 06:00PM News 06:30PM NBC News 07:00PM Jeopardy! 07:30PM Wheel of Fortune 08:00PM Friends 08:30PM Boston Common 09:00PM Seinfeld 09:30PM Caroline in the City 10:00PM ER 11:00PM News 11:35PM The Tonight Show with Jay Leno 12:35AM Late Night with Conan O'Brien 01:35AM Later with Greg Kinnear 02:05AM Geraldo 03:05AM George & Alana 04:05AM NBC News Nightside WPTT-TV UPN22 05:00AM Mad Cap 06:00AM Sailor Moon 06:30AM Mutant League 07:00AM Gargoyles 07:30AM Aladdin 08:00AM Bonkers 08:30AM Goof Troop 09:00AM Highlander: The Animated Series 09:30AM Paid Programming 10:00AM Paid Programming 10:30AM Paid Programming 11:00AM Northern Exposure 12:00PM Carnie 01:00PM Matlock 02:00PM Mark Walberg 03:00PM Tempestt 04:00PM Richard Bey 05:00PM Ricki Lake 06:00PM Roseanne 06:30PM Married...with Children 07:00PM Married...with Children 07:30PM Fresh Prince of Bel-Air 08:00PM MOVIE: Invasion U.S.A. 10:00PM Baywatch 11:00PM LAPD: Life on the Beat 11:30PM Top Cops 12:00AM Paid Programming 12:30AM Paid Programming 01:00AM Paid Programming 01:30AM Lauren Hutton And... 02:00AM HSN Best Bets 03:00AM HSN Spa 04:00AM Mad Cap WPGH-TV FOX53 05:00AM Paid Programming 05:30AM Paid Programming 06:00AM Fox Cubhouse 06:30AM VR Troopers 07:00AM Bobby's World 07:30AM Garfield and Friends 08:00AM Mighty Max 08:30AM Littlest Pet Shop 09:00AM Blinky Bill 09:30AM Paid Programming 10:00AM Paid Programming 10:30AM Paid Programming 11:00AM 700 Club 12:00PM Laverne & Shirley 12:30PM The Wonder Years 01:00PM Doogie Howser, M.D. 01:30PM Blossom 02:00PM Bananas in Pajamas 02:30PM Dinosaurs 03:00PM Taz-Mania 03:30PM Eek! Stravaganza 04:00PM Adventures of Batman & Robin 04:30PM Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers 05:00PM Full House 05:30PM Step by Step 06:00PM Fresh Prince of Bel-Air 06:30PM The Simpsons 07:00PM Home Improvement 07:30PM Seinfeld 08:00PM Living Single 08:30PM Martin 09:00PM New York Undercover 10:00PM Coach 10:30PM Coach 11:00PM Mama's Family 11:30PM Mama's Family 12:00AM Paid Programming 12:30AM Paid Programming 01:00AM Paid Programming 01:30AM Paid Programming 02:00AM Richard Bey 03:00AM Paid Programming 03:30AM Paid Programming 04:00AM Paid Programming 04:30AM Paid Programming RETRO: PITTSBURGH - 3/20/1996 Wednesday, March 20, 1996 KDKA-TV CBS2 05:00AM News 07:00AM This Morning 09:00AM Gordon Elliott 10:00AM Murphy Brown 10:30AM Murphy Brown 11:00AM The Price is Right 12:00PM News 12:30PM Young & the Restless 01:30PM Bold & the Beautiful 02:00PM As the World Turns 03:00PM Guiding Light 04:00PM Day & Date 05:00PM KD Live at 5 06:00PM News 07:00PM CBS News 07:30PM Real Stories of the Highway Patrol 08:00PM Dave's World 08:30PM The Louie Show 09:00PM MOVIE: Home Song 11:00PM News 11:35PM Late Show with David Letterman 12:35AM Late Late Show with Tom Snyder 01:35AM EXTRA 02:05AM Court TV: Inside America's Courts 02:35AM Paid Programming 03:05AM Up to the Minute 04:30AM Court TV: Inside America's Courts WTAE-TV ABC4 05:00AM News 05:30AM News 06:00AM News 06:30AM News 07:00AM Good Morning America 09:00AM Regis & Kathie Lee 10:00AM Maury 11:00AM Sally Jessy Raphael 12:00PM News 12:30PM Empty Nest 01:00PM All My Children 02:00PM One Life to Live 03:00PM General Hospital 04:00PM Oprah Winfrey 05:00PM News 05:30PM News 06:00PM News 06:30PM ABC News 07:00PM Inside Edition 07:30PM Entertainment Tonight 08:00PM Ellen 08:30PM The Faculty 09:00PM Grace Under Fire 09:30PM Buddies 10:00PM PrimeTime Live 11:00PM News 11:35PM Nightline 12:05AM American Journal 12:35AM Rolonda 01:35AM Rush Limbaugh 02:05AM Donahue 03:00AM ABC World News Now WPXI-TV NBC11 05:00AM News 06:00AM News 07:00AM Today 09:00AM Montel Williams 10:00AM Leeza 11:00AM Jenny Jones 12:00PM News 12:30PM America's Funniest Home Videos 01:00PM Days of Our Lives 02:00PM Another World 03:00PM America's Most Wanted 03:30PM Cops 04:00PM Hard Copy 04:30PM A Current Affair 05:00PM News 06:00PM News 06:30PM NBC News 07:00PM Jeopardy! 07:30PM Wheel of Fortune 08:00PM JAG 09:00PM Dateline NBC 10:00PM Law & Order 11:00PM News 11:35PM The Tonight Show with Jay Leno 12:35AM Late Night with Conan O'Brien 01:35AM Later with Greg Kinnear 02:05AM Geraldo 03:05AM George & Alana 04:05AM NBC News Nightside WPTT-TV UPN22 05:00AM Mad Cap 06:00AM Sailor Moon 06:30AM Mutant League 07:00AM Gargoyles 07:30AM Aladdin 08:00AM Bonkers 08:30AM Goof Troop 09:00AM Highlander: The Animated Series 09:30AM Paid Programming 10:00AM Paid Programming 10:30AM Paid Programming 11:00AM Northern Exposure 12:00PM Carnie 01:00PM Matlock 02:00PM Mark Walberg 03:00PM Tempestt 04:00PM Richard Bey 05:00PM Ricki Lake 06:00PM Roseanne 06:30PM Married...with Children 07:00PM Married...with Children 07:30PM Fresh Prince of Bel-Air 08:00PM The Sentinel 09:00PM Swift Justice 10:00PM Baywatch 11:00PM LAPD: Life on the Beat 11:30PM Top Cops 12:00AM Paid Programming 12:30AM Paid Programming 01:00AM Paid Programming 01:30AM Lauren Hutton And... 02:00AM Night Life 03:00AM Mad Cap WPGH-TV FOX53 05:00AM Paid Programming 05:30AM Paid Programming 06:00AM Fox Cubhouse 06:30AM VR Troopers 07:00AM Bobby's World 07:30AM Garfield and Friends 08:00AM Mighty Max 08:30AM Littlest Pet Shop 09:00AM Blinky Bill 09:30AM Paid Programming 10:00AM Paid Programming 10:30AM Paid Programming 11:00AM 700 Club 12:00PM Laverne & Shirley 12:30PM The Wonder Years 01:00PM Doogie Howser, M.D. 01:30PM Blossom 02:00PM Bananas in Pajamas 02:30PM Dinosaurs 03:00PM Taz-Mania 03:30PM Eek! Stravaganza 04:00PM Adventures of Batman & Robin 04:30PM Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers 05:00PM Full House 05:30PM Step by Step 06:00PM Fresh Prince of Bel-Air 06:30PM The Simpsons 07:00PM Home Improvement 07:30PM Seinfeld 08:00PM Beverly Hills, 90210 09:00PM Party of Five 10:00PM Coach 10:30PM Coach 11:00PM Mama's Family 11:30PM Mama's Family 12:00AM Paid Programming 12:30AM Paid Programming 01:00AM Paid Programming 01:30AM Paid Programming 02:00AM Richard Bey 03:00AM Gabrielle 04:00AM Star Trek: The Next Generation RETRO: PITTSBURGH - 7/24/1998 Friday, July 24, 1998 KDKA-TV CBS2 05:00AM CBS News 05:30AM News 06:00AM News 07:00AM This Morning 09:00AM Murphy Brown 09:30AM Murphy Brown 10:00AM People's Court 11:00AM The Price is Right 12:00PM News 12:30PM Young & the Restless 01:30PM Bold & the Beautiful 02:00PM As the World Turns 03:00PM Guiding Light 04:00PM Rosie O'Donnell 05:00PM News 06:00PM News 07:00PM CBS News 07:30PM Grace Under Fire 08:00PM Kids Say the Darndest Things 08:30PM Candid Camera 09:00PM Unsolved Mysteries 10:00PM Nash Bridges 11:00PM News 11:35PM Late Show with David Letterman 12:35AM Late Late Show with Tom Snyder 01:35AM EXTRA 02:05AM The Entertainers 03:05AM MOVIE: Encino Man WTAE-TV ABC4 05:00AM News 05:30AM News 06:00AM News 06:30AM News 07:00AM Good Morning America 09:00AM Regis & Kathie Lee 10:00AM Maury 11:00AM Sally Jessy Raphael 12:00PM News 12:30PM Martha Stewart Living 01:00PM All My Children 02:00PM One Life to Live 03:00PM General Hospital 04:00PM Oprah Winfrey 05:00PM News 05:30PM News 06:00PM News 06:30PM ABC News 07:00PM Inside Edition 07:30PM Entertainment Tonight 08:00PM Sabrina, the Teenage Witch 08:30PM You Wish 09:00PM Boy Meets World 09:30PM Teen Angel 10:00PM 20/20 11:00PM News 11:35PM Nightline 12:05AM Politically Incorrect 12:35AM American Journal 01:05AM Gayle King 01:35AM Jerry Springer 02:35AM In Concert 03:05AM Travel Update 03:35AM All News Channel WPXI-TV NBC11 05:00AM News 06:00AM News 07:00AM Today 09:00AM Montel Williams 10:00AM Jenny Jones 11:00AM Leeza 12:00PM News 12:30PM Real TV 01:00PM Sunset Beach 02:00PM Another World 03:00PM Days of Our Lives 04:00PM Judge Judy 04:30PM Hard Copy 05:00PM News 06:00PM News 06:30PM NBC News 07:00PM Jeopardy! 07:30PM Wheel of Fortune 08:00PM MOVIE: A Secret Between Friends 10:00PM Dateline NBC 11:00PM News 11:35PM The Tonight Show with Jay Leno 12:35AM Late Night with Conan O'Brien 01:35AM Friday Night Videos 02:35AM Jenny Jones 03:35AM Howie Mandel 04:30AM NBC News Nightside WNPA-TV UPN19 05:00AM Bloomberg News 05:30AM Bloomberg News 06:00AM First Business 06:30AM Bloomberg News 07:00AM Paid Programming 07:30AM Paid Programming 08:00AM Third Sunday Lecture 09:00AM Joyce Meyer 09:30AM Paid Programming 10:00AM Bloomberg News 10:30AM Paid Programming 11:00AM Paid Programming 11:30AM Paid Programming 12:00PM The Alan Keyes Show 01:00PM Paid Programming 01:30PM Paid Programming 02:00PM Newlywed Game 02:30PM Dating Game 03:00PM Sonic the Hedgehog 03:30PM The Mask 04:00PM Extreme Ghostbusters 04:30PM Extreme Dinosaurs 05:00PM DuckTales 05:30PM Web World 06:00PM Beverly Hills, 90210 07:00PM The Cosby Show 07:30PM A Different World 08:00PM MOVIE: Invitation to Die 10:00PM Vibe 11:00PM Newlywed Game 11:30PM Dating Game 12:00AM Almost Live! 12:30AM Paid Programming 01:00AM Collectible Knife Show (JIP) 03:00AM Collectible Coins & Currency 04:00AM Women in Rock WCWB-TV WB22 05:00AM Edgar Berebl Salute 06:00AM Garfield and Friends 06:30AM Quack Pack 07:00AM 101 Dalmatians 07:30AM X-Men 08:00AM Wacky World of Tex Avery 08:30AM Marvel Superheroes 09:00AM Bananas in Pajamas 09:30AM Paid Programming 10:00AM Martin 10:30AM Amen 11:00AM Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman 12:00PM Matlock 01:00PM Real Stories of the Highway Patrol 01:30PM LAPD: Life on the Beat 02:00PM Cops 02:30PM LAPD: Life on the Beat 03:00PM The Bugs n' Daffy Show 03:30PM Animaniacs 04:00PM Pinky and the Brain 04:30PM The New Superman/Batman Adventures 05:00PM Fresh Prince of Bel-Air 05:30PM Fresh Prince of Bel-Air 06:00PM Living Single 06:30PM Married...with Children 07:00PM The Simpsons 07:30PM The Simpsons 08:00PM MOVIE: The Hunt for Red October 10:00PM Pensacola: Wings of Gold 11:00PM Mad About You 11:30PM The Magic Hour 12:30AM Paid Programming 01:00AM Paid Programming 01:30AM Paid Programming 02:00AM Home Solutions 03:00AM Week in Review WPGH-TV FOX53 05:00AM Police Academy: The Series 06:00AM Dennis the Menace 06:30AM The Real Adventures of Jonny Quest 07:00AM Bobby's World 07:30AM Life with Louie 08:00AM Beast Wars: Transformers 08:30AM Mr. Men 09:00AM Blossom 09:30AM Hangin' with Mr. Cooper 10:00AM Three's Company 10:30AM Too Close for Comfort 11:00AM Geraldo Rivera 12:00PM Ricki Lake 01:00PM Forgive or Forget 02:00PM Hangin' with Mr. Cooper 02:30PM Step by Step 03:00PM Cartoon Cabana 04:00PM Spider-Man 04:30PM Power Rangers in Space 05:00PM Boy Meets World 05:30PM Step by Step 06:00PM Home Improvement 06:30PM Home Improvement 07:00PM Frasier 07:30PM Seinfeld 08:00PM Beyond Belief: Fact or Fiction? 09:00PM Millenium 10:00PM News 10:35PM Cops 11:05PM M*A*S*H 11:35PM M*A*S*H 12:05AM Ricki Lake 01:05AM Married...with Children 01:35AM Paid Programming 02:05AM Strange Universe 02:35AM Access Hollywood 03:05AM Star Trek: The Next Generation 04:05AM Real Stories of the Highway Patrol 04:35AM Real Stories of the Highway Patrol RETRO: PITTSBURGH - 1/18/1995 Wednesday, January 18, 1995 KDKA-TV CBS2 05:00AM This Morning's Business 05:30AM News 07:30AM Aladdin 08:00AM Bonkers 08:30AM Goof Troop 09:00AM Ricki Lake 10:00AM Marilu 11:00AM The Price is Right 12:00PM News 12:30PM Young & the Restless 01:30PM Bold & the Beautiful 02:00PM As the World Turns 03:00PM Guiding Light 04:00PM Oprah Winfrey 05:00PM KD Live at 5 06:00PM KD Live at 6 07:00PM CBS News 07:30PM EXTRA 08:00PM Women of the House 08:30PM Hearts Afire 09:00PM Double Rush 09:30PM Love & War 10:00PM Northern Exposure 11:00PM News 11:35PM Late Show with David Letterman 12:35AM Inside Edition 01:05AM Gordon Elliott 02:05AM Jones & Jury 02:35AM Paid Programming 03:05AM Late Late Show with Tom Snyder 04:05AM Up to the Minute WTAE-TV ABC4 05:00AM News 05:30AM News 06:00AM News 06:30AM News 07:00AM Good Morning America 09:00AM Regis & Kathie Lee 10:00AM Maury 11:00AM Sally Jessy Raphael 12:00PM News 12:30PM Susan Powter 01:00PM All My Children 02:00PM One Life to Live 03:00PM General Hospital 04:00PM Donahue 05:00PM News 05:30PM News 06:00PM News 06:30PM ABC News 07:00PM Hard Copy 07:30PM Entertainment Tonight 08:00PM Sister, Sister 08:30PM All-American Girl 09:00PM Roseanne 09:30PM Ellen 10:00PM PrimeTime Live 11:00PM News 11:35PM Nightline 12:05AM Cheers 12:35AM Judge for Yourself 01:35AM Rush Limabugh 02:05AM Who's the Boss? 02:35AM ABC World News Now WPXI-TV NBC11 05:00AM News 06:00AM News 07:00AM Today 09:00AM Geraldo 10:00AM Leeza 11:00AM Jenny Jones 12:00PM News 12:30PM Family Feud 01:00PM Days of Our Lives 02:00PM Another World 03:00PM Rescue 911 03:30PM Real Stories of the Highway Patrol 04:00PM Cops 04:30PM A Current Affair 05:00PM News 06:00PM News 06:30PM NBC News 07:00PM Jeopardy! 07:30PM Wheel of Fortune 08:00PM Garth Brooks: The Hits Keep on Comin' 09:00PM Dateline NBC 10:00PM Law & Order 11:00PM News 11:35PM The Tonight Show with Jay Leno 12:35AM Late Night with Conan O'Brien 01:35AM Later with Greg Kinnear 02:05AM Last Call 02:35AM Top Cops 03:05AM NBC News Nightside WPTT-TV UPN22 06:00AM What's in Fashion 07:00AM I Dream of Jeannie 07:30AM Bewitched 08:00AM 227 08:30AM The Odd Couple 09:00AM Paid Programming 09:30AM Paid Programming 10:00AM Montel Williams 11:00AM Benny Hinn 11:30AM Paid Programming 12:00PM In the Heat of the Night 01:00PM MOVIE: Family Plot 03:00PM Bots Master 03:30PM Superhuman Samurai Syber-Squad 04:00PM VR Troopers 04:30PM Mighty Max 05:00PM Doogie Howser, M.D. 05:30PM Family Matters 06:00PM Star Trek 07:00PM Star Trek: The Next Generation 08:00PM Star Trek: Deep Space Nine 09:00PM Highlander: The Series 10:00PM Matlock 11:00PM Northern Exposure 12:00AM Paid Programming 12:30AM Paid Programming 01:00AM Jon Stewart 02:00AM Classic Club 03:00AM Classic Club WPGH-TV FOX53 05:00AM 227 05:30AM Yogi Bear 06:00AM Captain Planet and the Planeteers 06:30AM Transformers: Generation 2 07:00AM Bobby's World 07:30AM Garfield and Friends 08:00AM Sonic the Hedgehog 08:30AM Conan the Adventurer 09:00AM Rimba's Island 09:30AM Paid Programming 10:00AM Paid Programming 10:30AM Paid Programming 11:00AM 700 Club 12:00PM The Wonder Years 12:30PM Doogie Howser, M.D. 01:00PM Love Connection 01:30PM WKRP in Cincinnati 02:00PM Perfect Strangers 02:30PM Gladiators 2000 03:00PM Tiny Toon Adventures 03:30PM Taz-Mania 04:00PM Animaniacs 04:30PM Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers 05:00PM Fresh Prince of Bel-Air 05:30PM Full House 06:00PM Full House 06:30PM The Simpsons 07:00PM Roseanne 07:30PM Married...with Children 08:00PM Beverly Hills, 90210 09:00PM Party of Five 10:00PM Coach 10:30PM Coach 11:00PM M*A*S*H 11:30PM The Newz 12:00AM Paid Programming 12:30AM Paid Programming 01:00AM Paid Programming 01:30AM Paid Programming 02:00AM MOVIE: Katherine 04:00AM Blade Warriors KDKA-TV CBS2 05:00AM This Morning's Business 05:30AM News 07:30AM Aladdin 08:00AM Bonkers 08:30AM Goof Troop Really? I find the scheduling of these programs on a CBS O&O in lieu of their network morning show difficult to believe. Westinghouse had not bought (merged with) CBS at this point, and KDKA was still under Group W ownership. According to Wikipedia (take that for what it's worth), KDKA started clearing the entire CBS schedule in the fall of 1995, as this was part of the deal Group W struck with CBS to get CBS affiliations for WBZ in Boston, KYW in Philadelphia, and WJZ in Baltimore. Yes from September of 1993 to September of 1995, 2 KDKA TV ran Disney Afternoon in the 7-8:30 AM time slot, and the other 30 minute show ran for an hour before the CBS Saturday morning cartoons, half an hour during the 8 to Noon slot preempting one of CBS's cartoons, and an hour Sunday Mornings. KDKA TV was not under CBS Ownership at that time. Westinghouse was a different company. Initially in 1994, Westinghouse and CBS had entered into a partnership that would begin New Years Day of 1995. Under that deal 4 WBZ TV Boston and 13 WJZ Baltimore would evict NBC and ABC respectively for CBS with a no preemption agreement. CBS and Westinghouse would also buy several TV stations together. Westinghouse would continue to own its original stations and CBS would keep owning theirs. In September 1995 WCAU was sold in Philadelphia to NBC clearing KYW TV 3 to become a No Preemption CBS affiliate. Also beginning in Spetember 1995 both KDKA TV and KPIX would begin clearing the entire CBS Schedule with Disney Afternoon moving to WPTT 22 finally. A merger making CBS and Westinghouse one company was announced mid August of 1995 and took effect early 1996 making Westinghouse CBS affiliates O & O's. Still CBS did occasionally preempt a low rated show on an O & O, notably WCAU TV in the late 70s' with an hour of cartoons. CBS' most notorious preemption as an O & O was when buying affiliate KOVR 13 Sacramento from Sinclair. They continued to not run Guiding Light in that market regardless of teh fact they also owned a UPN and later CW Independent station that could have run it. In spite of having 2 stations in that market they went out of their way to not run Guiding Light. Would not even run it on overnights. Which surprises me. Retro: Chicago - Weekdays - Spring 1995 - English Speaking Commercial Stations Retro: Chicago TV - Weekdays - May 22-26, 1995 - Commercial English Stations - 66 WGBO was sold excluding Programming To Univision from Combined Broadcasting To Univision which adopted a full time Spanish format. The programming fromerly on WGBO went mostly to 26 WCIU which had been a part time Univision affilliate prior to the WGBO sale. That station retained business news late mornings and took on a general entertainment independent schedule. 62 WJYS also took some of WGBO's programming and tried their hands at a general entertainment format. While basically remaining with independent schedules, WGN 9 took WB affiliation and 50 WPWR took UPN affiliation. Both UPN and WB only offered a few hours a week of programs only a couple nights a week. WB stood for the Warner Brothers Network and UPN stood for The United Paramount Network 2 WBBM-TV (CBS) CBS 5 AM CHANNEL 2 NEWS 6 AM CBS NEWS 6:30 CHANNEL 2 NEWS 7 AM CBS NEWS THIS MORNING 9 AM REGIS & KATHY LEE-Talk 10 AM PRICE IS RIGHT-Game 11 AM YOUNG & THE RESTLESS-Serial 12 NOON CHANNEL 2 NEWS 12:30 BOLD & THE BEAUTIFUL-Serial 1 PM AS THE WORLD TURNS-Serial 2 PM GUIDING LIGHT-Serial 3 PM FAMILY FEUD-Game 3:30 NEW PRICE IS RIGHT-Game 4 PM AMERICAN JOURNAL-Magazine 4:30 CHANNEL 2 NEWS 5 PM CHANNEL 2 NEWS 5:30 CBS NEWS 6 PM CHANNEL 2 NEWS 6:30 ENTERTAINMENT TONIGHT Monday 7 PM DAVE’S WORLD-Comedy 7:30 THE NANNY-Comedy 8 PM MURPHY BROWN-Comedy 8:30 LOVE AND WAR-Comedy 9 PM CHICAGO HOPE-Drama Tuesday 7 PM RESCUE 911-Drama 8 PM CBS MOVIE – Nothing But The Truth (1995) Wednesday 7 PM BRADY BUNCH HOME MOVIES 8 PM CBS MOVIE – Face On A Milk Carton (1995) Normally airing: 7 PM CBS MOVIE 9 PM 48 HOURS-Magazine Thursday 7 PM BURKE’S LAW-Drama 8 PM CONNIE CHUNG-Magazine 9 PM 48 HOURS Friday 7 PM DIAGNOSIS MURDER-Drama 8 PM AMERICAN ACHIEVEMENT AWARDS NORMALLY AIRING: 8 PM UNDER SUSPICION-Drama 9 PM PICKET FENCES-Drama Monday/Early Tuesday-Friday/Early Saturday 10 PM CHANNEL 2 NEWS 10:30 DAVID LETTERMAN-Variety 11:30 CURRENT AFFAIR-Newsmagazine 12 MID AMERICAN JOURNAL-Newsmagazine 12:30 TOP COPS-Drama 1 AM ENTERTAINMENT TONIGHT-Magazine 1:30 SWEATING BULLETS-Drama (Early Tues; Early Fri) FLY BY NIGHT-Drama (Early Wed) EXILE-Drama (Early Thurs) KIDS IN THE HALL-Drama (Early Sat) 2:30 CHANNEL 2 NEWS 3 AM CBS NEWS UP TO THE MINUTE (Early Tues-Early Fri) 227-Comedy (Early Sat) 3:30 227-Comedy (Early Sat) 4 AM ENTERTAINMENT TONIGHT (Early Sat) 5 WMAQ-TV (NBC) NBC 5 AM NEWSCENTER 5 NEWS 5:30 NBC NEWS 6 AM NEWSCENTER 5 NEWS 7 AM TODAY-Couric/Gumbell 9 AM THE OTHER SIDE-Talk 10 AM LEEZA-Talk 11 AM DAYS OF OUR LIVES-Serial 12 NOON ANOTHER WORLD-Serial 1 PM JERRY SPRINGER-Talk 2 PM SALLY JESSIE RAPHAEL-Talk 3 PM PHIL DONAHUE-Talk 4 PM HARD COPY-Magazine 4:30 NEWSCENTER 5 NEWS 5 PM NEWSCENTER 5 NEWS 5:30 NBC NEWS 6 PM NEWSCENTER 5 NEWS 6:30 MARRIED WITH CHILDREN-Comedy Monday 7 PM FRESH PRINCE-Comedy 7:30 BLOSSOM-Comedy 8 PM NBC MOVIE – Liz: Elizabeth Taylor Story Part 2 (1995) Tuesday 7 PM WINGS-Comedy 7:30 MARTIN SHORT-Comedy 8 PM FRASIER-Comedy 8:30 JOHN LARROQUETTE-Comedy 9 PM DATELINE NBC-Newsmagazine Wednesday 7 PM HOUDINI: UNLOCKING HIS SECRETS 8 PM DATELINE NBC-Newsmagazine 9 PM LAW & ORDER-Drama Thursday 7 PM MAD ABOUT YOU-Comedy 7:30 HOPE & GLORIA-Comedy 8 PM SEINFELD-Comedy 8:30 FRIENDS-Comedy 9 PM ER-Drama Friday 7 PM UNSOLVED MYSTERIES 8 PM DATELINE NBC-Newsmagazine 9 PM NBC NEWS SPECIAL Monday/Early Tuesday-Friday/Early Saturday 10 PM NEWSCENTER 5 NEWS 10:30 JAY LENO-Variety 12:30 CONAN OBRIAN-Variety 1:30 GREG KINNEAR-Talk 2 AM NEWSCENTER 5 NEWS 3 AM NBC NEWS NIGHTSIDE 7 WLS-TV (ABC) ABC 5 AM EYEWITNESS NEWS 5:30 ABC NEWS 6 AM EYEWITNESS NEWS 7 AM GOOD MORNING AMERICA-Gibson/Lundon 9 AM OPRAH WINFREY-Talk 10 AM MIKE & MATY-Talk 11 AM EYEWITNESS NEWS 11:30 LOVING-Serial 12 NOON ALL MY CHILDREN-Serial 1 PM ONE LIFE TO LIVE-Serial 2 PM GENERAL HOSPITAL-Serial 3 PM INSIDE EDITION-Newsmagazine 3:30 JEOPARDY-Game 4 PM EYEWITNESS NEWS 5 PM EYEWITNESS NEWS 5:30 ABC NEWS 6 PM EYEWITNESS NEWS 6:30 WHEEL OF FORTUNE-Game Monday 7 PM LAVERNE & SHIRLEY REUNION 8 PM ABC MOVIE – She Stood Alone: Tailhook Special (1995) Tuesday 7 PM FULL HOUSE-Comedy 7:30 FULL HOUSE-Comedy 8 PM HOME IMPROVEMENT-Comedy 8:30 HOME IMPROVEMENT-Comedy 9 PM NYPD BLUE-Drama Wednesday 7 PM ROSEANNE-Comedy 7:30 ELLEN-Comedy 8 PM GRACE UNDER FIRE-Comedy 8:30 COACH-Comedy 9 PM PRIME TIME LIVE-Newsmagazine Thursday 7 PM ABC MOVIE – Secrets (1995) 9 PM DAY ONE-Newsmagazine Friday 7 PM FAMILY MATTERS-Comedy 7:30 BOY MEETS WORLD-Comedy 8 PM STEP BY STEP-Comedy 8:30 HANGING WITH MR COOPER-Comedy 9 PM 20/20-Newsmagazine Monday/Early Tuesday-Friday/Early Saturday 10 PM EYEWITNESS NEWS 10:30 NIGHTLINE-Ted Kopel 11 PM SUZANNE SOMERS-Talk 12 MID ROLANDA-Talk 1 AM LAST CALL 1:30 JEOPARDY-Game 2 AM EYEWITNESS NEWS 2:30 ABC WORLD NEWS NOW (Except Friday/Early Saturday) LAST CALL (Early Saturday) 3 AM IN CONCERT (Early Saturday) 4 AM HAWKEYE-Drama (Early Saturday) 9 WGN-TV (WB) Tribune 5 AM KENNETH COPELAND-Religion 5:30 HEAD OF THE CLASS-Comedy 6 AM PERFECT STRANGERS-Comedy 6:30 A DIFFERENT WORLD-Comedy 7 AM WGN NEWS 8 AM MARILU-Talk 9 AM ANDY GRIFFITH-Comedy 9:30 ANDY GRIFFITH-Comedy 10 AM JENNY JONES-Talk 11 AM GERALDO-Talk 12 NOON WGN NEWS 1 PM MAURY POVICH-Talk 2 PM JENNY JONES-Talk 3 PM SAVED BY THE BELL-Comedy 3:30 EMPTY NEST-Comedy 4 PM GOLDEN GIRLS-Comedy 4:30 COACH-Comedy 5 PM FULL HOUSE-Comedy 5:30 FULL HOUSE-Comedy 6 PM CHEERS-Comedy (Thurs-Fri) BASEBALL – Chicago Cubs At Colorado Rockies (Mon-Wed) 6:30 COACH-Comedy (Thurs-Fri) 7 PM PARENTHOOD-Comedy (Thurs) BASEBALL – Chicago White Sox At Detroit Tigers 7:30 WAYENS BROTHERS-Comedy (Thurs) 8 PM UNHAPPILY EVER AFTER-Comedy (Thurs) 8:30 MUSCLE-Comedy (Thurs) 9 PM WGN NEWS (Except Fri) 10 PM NIGHT COURT-Comedy (Except Fri) WGN NEWS (Fri) 10:30 CHEERS-Comedy (Except Fri) 11 PM MURPHY BROWN-Comedy 11:30 JEFFERSONS-Comedy 12 MID IN THE HEAT OF THE NIGHT-Drama 1 AM BEVERLY HILLBILLIES-Comedy 1:30 DICK VAN DYKE-Comedy 2 AM WGN NEWS 3 AM MOVIE – Head Office (1986) Early Tues Paradise Alley (1978) Early Wed Stalking Moon (1969) Early Thurs Steel Justice (1978) Early Fri Times Square (1980) Early Sat 32 WFLD (Fox) Fox 5 AM GORDON ELLIOT-Talk 6 AM FOX 32 NEWS 7 AM FOX THING IN THE MORNING 9 AM GORDON ELLIOT-Talk 10 AM RUSH LIMBAUGH-Talk 10:30 COPS-Drama 11 AM FOX 32 NEWS 11:30 THREE’S COMPANY-Comedy 12 NOON I LOVE LUCY-Comedy 12:30 GOMER PYLE USMC-Comedy 1 PM FAMILY MATTERS-Comedy 1:30 FAMILY TIES-Comedy 2 PM CLUBHOUSE-Children 2:30 BOBBY’S WORLD-Cartoon 3 PM TINY TOONS-Cartoons 3:30 TAZMNANIA-Cartoons 4 PM ANIMANIACS-Cartoons 4:30 POWER RANGERS-Fantasy 5 PM FAMILY MATTERS-Comedy 5:30 WONDER YEARS-Comedy 6 PM COSBY SHOW-Comedy 6:30 SIMPSONS-Cartoon Monday 8 PM MELROSE PLACE-Drama 9 PM PARTY OF 5-Drama Tuesday 7 PM FOX MOVIE – White Dwarf (1995) Wednesday 7 PM BEVERLY HILLS 90210-Drama Thursday 7 PM MARTIN-Comedy 7:30 LIVING SINGLE-Comedy 8 PM NEW YORK UNDERCOVER-Drama Friday 7 PM ENCOUNTERS: HIDDEN TRUTH-Drama 8 PM X FILES-Drama Monday-Friday 9 PM FOX 32 NEWS 10 PM M*A*S*H-Comedy 10:30 COPS-Drama 11 PM I LOVE LUCY-Comedy 11:30 RUSH LIMBAUGH-Talk 12 MID THREE’S COMPANY-Comedy 12:30 M*A*S*H-Comedy 1 AM FOX 32 NEWS 2 AM SIMON & SIMON-Drama 3 AM MOVIE – Eagles’ Wing (1979) Early Tues Summer School (1986) Early Wed Slaughter High (1985) Early Thurs Water (1986) Early Fri Heaven Help Us (1985) Early Sat 50 WPWR (UPN) Newsweb 5 AM GIMME A BREAK-Comedy 5:30 CAPTAIN PLANET-Cartoons 6 AM BUGS BUNNY-Cartoons 6:30 TOM & JERRY-Cartoons 7 AM BIKER MICE-Cartoons 7:30 SONIC THE HEDGEHOG-Cartoon 8 AM POPEYE-Cartoon 8:30 PINK PANTHER-Cartoons 9 AM LEAVE IT TO BEAVER-Comedy 9:30 DIFF’RENT STROKES-Comedy 10 AM SILVER SPOONS-Comedy 10:30 FACTS OF LIFE-Comedy 11 AM HAPPY DAYS-Comedy 11:30 FAMILY FEUD-Game 12 NOON RICKII LAKE-Talk 1 PM MONTEL WILLIAMS-Talk 2 PM DOOGIE HOUSER MD-Comedy 2:30 TALE SPIN-Cartoon 3 PM DARKWING DUCK-Cartoons 3:30 GOOF TROOP-Cartoons 4 PM BONKERS-Cartoons 4:30 ALLADIN-Cartoons 5 PM FRESH PRINCE-Comedy 5:30 WHO’S THE BOSS-Comedy 6 PM STAR TREK: NEXT GENERATION-Science Fiction Monday 7 PM STAR TREK: VOYAGER-Science Fiction 8 PM SECRET OF-Drama Tuesday 7 PM LEGEND-Drama 8 PM SECRET OF-Drama Wednesday 7 PM BABYLON 5-Drama 8 PM KUNG FU: LEGEND CONTINUES-Drama Thursday 7 PM REGEGADE-Drama 8 PM BAYWATCH-Drama Friday 7 PM LONESOME DOVE-Drama 8 PM SIRENS-Drama Monday-Friday 9 PM WHAT’S HAPPENING-Comedy 9:30 GOOD TIMES-Comedy 10 PM ROSEANNE-Comedy 10:30 ALL IN THE FAMILY-Comedy 11 PM HONEYMOONERS-Comedy 11:30 AMEN-Comedy 12 MID JON STEWART-Talk 1 AM HONEYMOONERS-Comedy 1:30 TAXI-Comedy 2 AM SANFORD & SON-Comedy 2:30 ALL IN THE FAMILY-Comedy 3 AM RICKII LAKE-Talk 4 AM MONTEL WILLIAMS-Talk 26 WCUI (Ind./Business News) Wiegel 5 AM FAITH 20 5:30 JIMMY SWAGGART 6 AM 700 CLUB 7 AM WOODY WOODPECKER-Cartoons 7:30 YOGI & FRIENDS-Cartoons 8 AM FLINTSTONES-Cartoon 8:30 JETSONS-Cartoon 9 AM MARKETWATCH/NEWS/ASK AN EXPERT 12 NOON LEAVE IT TO BEAVER-Comedy 12:30 MC HALE’S NAVY-Comedy 1 PM BEWITCHED-Comedy 1:30 MISTER ED-Comedy 2 PM MUNSTERS-Comedy 2:30 GARFIELD-Cartoon 3 PM SCOOBY DOO-Cartoon 3:30 DENNIS THE MENACE-Cartoon 4 PM MIGHTY MAX-Cartoon 4:30 FLINTSTONES-Cartoon 5 PM BRADY BUNCH-Comedy 5:30 BRADY BUNCH-Comedy 6 PM LEAVE IT TO BEAVER-Comedy 6:30 GILLIGAN’S ISLAND-Comedy 7 PM BONANZA-Western 8 PM GET SMART-Comedy 8:30 GREEN ACRES-Comedy 9 PM NEWHART-Comedy 9:30 ODD COUPLE-Comedy 10 PM REAL STORIES OF THE HIGHWAY PATROL 10:30 RESCUE 911 11 PM ROCKFORD FILES-Drama 12 MID LOVE BOAT-Comedy/Drama 1 AM BARNABY JONES-Drama 2 AM HAWAII-FIVE-O-Drama 3 AM CANNON-Drama 4 AM SHEPHERD’S CHAPEL 62 WJYS (Ind.) 5 AM PAID PROGRAMMING 6 AM SYBER SQUAD 6:30 VR TROOPERS 7 AM BOTS MASTER-Cartoons 7:30 EXOSQUAD-Cartoon 8 AM IRON MAN-Cartoon 8:30 PAM & BUFFY-Children 9 AM INFOMERCIALS 10 AM 700 CLUB 11 AM BOB TILTON 12 NOON PARTRIDGE FAMILY-Comedy 12:30 FLYING NUN-Comedy 1 PM I DREAM OF JEANNIE-Comedy 1:30 LAVERNE & SHIRLEY-Comedy 2 PM MY FAVORITE MARTIAN-Comedy 2:30 MORK & MINDY-Comedy 3 PM GUNSMOKE-Western 4 PM LITTLE HOUSE ON THE PRAIRIE 5 PM WALTONS-Drama 6 PM HIGHWAY TO HEAVEN-Drama 7 PM MOVIE – Strange Love Of Martha Ivers (1946) Mon Knight Without Armor (1937) Tues Rage In Paris (1938) Wed Angel & The Badman (1948) Thurs Ghost & Mrs. Murr (1947) Fri 9 PM MATLOCK-Drama 10 PM NIGHT HEAT-Drama 11 PM BENNY HILL 11:30 LOVE CONNECTION 12 MID INFOMERCIALS 38 WCFC (Christian) Christian Communications Chicagoland 5 AM 700 CLUB 6 AM FAMILY FITNESS 6:30 LIFE LESSONS 7 AM MORRIS CERULLO 7:30 JAMES ROBINSON 8 AM LIFE TODAY 8:30 KENNETH COPELAND 9 AM 700 CLUB 10 AM MARYLIN HICKEY 10:30 LESTER SUMRALL 11 AM AMONG FRIENDS 12 NOON FAMILY FITNESS 12:30 LARRY LEA 1 PM 100 HUNTLEY STREET 2 PM COPE 3 PM 700 CLUB 4 PM OZZIE & HARRIETT-Comedy 4:30 SUPERBOOK-Cartoon 5 PM KPTL (Mon) PET PLAYHOUSE (Tues) 9 AM GERBERT (Wed) 9:30 DAVEY & GOLIATH (Thurs) JOY JUNCTION (Fri) 5:30 FLYING HOUSE 6 PM SOLID ROCK VIDEOS 6:30 NEWS 7 PM 700 CLUB 8 PM VARIOUS CHRISTIAN PROGRAMS 10 PM AMONG FRIENDS 11 PM BENNY HINN 11:30 JAMES ROBINSON 12 MID LIFE TODAY 12:30 JAMES ROBINSON 1 AM 700 CLUB 2 AM AMONG FRIENDS 3 AM WORSHIP Other Stations 11 WTTW (PBS) 20 WYCC (PBS) 44 WSNS Spanish (Telemundo) Telemundo 60 WEHS (Home Shopping Network) USA Broadcasting 66 WGBO Spanish (Univision) Univision Retro: Rochester/Syracuse/Utica/Watertown Sat, Feb 5, 1977 from TV Guide-Central New York edition WKTV 2-NBC Utica 7:00 Farmland USA 7:30 Social Security 8:00 Woody Woodpecker 8:30 Pink Panther 10:00 Speed Buggy 10:30 Monster Squad 11:00 Space Ghosts/Frankenstein Jr. 11:30 Big John, Little John noon Land of the Lost 12:30 Muggsy 1:00 Lucy Show 1:30 Big Blue Marble 2:00 Movie "The Birds" 4:00 College Basketball: Seton Hall-Army 6:00 News 6:30 NBC Nightly News 7:00 Lawrence Welk (favorites from the 60s) 8:00 Emergency! 9:00 Movie "Born Losers" 11:00 News 11:30 Weekend (visiting the Marine Military Academy in Harlingen, TX) WGR 2-NBC Buffalo 6:30 Farm News 7:00 Dusty's Treehouse 7:30 Max B. Nimble 8:00 Woody Woodpecker 8:30 Pink Panther 10:00 Speed Buggy 10:30 Monster Squad 11:00 Space Ghosts/Frankenstein Jr. 11:30 Big John, Little John noon Land of the Lost 12:30 Muggsy 1:00 Take a Look 1:30 Straight Line 2:00 Movie "Elephant Walk" 4:00 FBI 5:00 Mission: Impossible 6:00 News 6:30 Inquiry 7:00 Hee Haw (guests Lorne Greene, Loretta Lynn, and Conway Twitty) 8:00 Emergency! 9:00 Movie "Born Losers" 11:00 News 11:30 Weekend 1:00 Don Kirshner's Rock Concert (guests Wild Cherry, Al Wilson, Gary Muledeer, and Ed Bluestone) WCBS 2-CBS New York (late-night only) 2am News 2:10 Movie "The Third Secret" (bw) 4:15 Movie "The Pirate" WSYR 3-Syracuse/WSYE 18-Elmira (NBC) 6:30 University of Michigan 7:00 Salty Sam/Mr. Magoo 8:00 Woody Woodpecker 8:30 Pink Panther 10:00 Speed Buggy 10:30 Monster Squad 11:00 Space Ghosts/Frankenstein Jr. 11:30 Soul Train (guests Rufys, the Impressions, and Franklin Ajaye) 12:30 Muggsy 1:00 Movie "The Thing" (bw) 2:30 Movie "High Noon" (bw) 4:00 College Basketball: Seton Hall-Army 6:00 News 6:30 NBC Nightly News 7:00 Hee Haw 8:00 Emergency! 9:00 Movie "Born Losers" 11:00 News 11:30 Movie "Cleopatra" WBEN 4-CBS Buffalo 7:30 Sunrise Semester "Religions and Civilzations of the Near East" 8:00 Sylvester & Tweety 8:30 Clue Club 9:00 Bugs Bunny/Road Runner 10:00 Hot Fudge 10:30 Shazam!/Isis (last show at 10:30; as of next week, Adventures of Batman airs here, with Shazam!/Isis moving to 11am) 11:30 Ark II (moves to 12:30 next week) noon Fat Albert 12:30 Way Out Games: quarterfinal #1 with Nebraska and both Carolinas fighting it out (moves to 1:30 next week) 1:00 CBS Children's Film Festival "Seafaring Dog" (a Russian import) 2:00 Beat the Champ: Dave Martino takes on a new challenger, Chuck Healy reports the action 3:00 Mod Squad 4:00 Sports 4:30 CBS Sports Spectacular: Sugar Ray Leonard makes his pro debut aganint Louis Vega/LA Times Invitational Track Meet 6:00 News 6:30 CBS Evening News 7:00 It's Academic: teams from Chautauqua, Lafayette and Niagara Wheatfield High 7:30 Treasure Hunt 8:00 Mary Tyler Moore 8:30 Bob Newhart 9:00 All in the Family 9:30 Alice 10:00 Carol Burnett (guest Helen Reddy) 11:00 News 11:30 Movie "A Star is Born" WTVH 5-CBS Syracuse 7:30 Sunrise Semester (same course as ch 4) 8:00 Sylvester & Tweety 8:30 Clue Club 9:00 Bugs Bunny/Road Runner 10:00 Tarzan 10:30 Shazam!/Isis 11:30 Ark II noon Fat Albert 12:30 Way Out Games 1:00 Toy Shop Corporation 2:00 Movie "Edison, the Man" (bw) 4:00 Public Affairs 4:30 CBS Sports Spectacular 6:00 News 6:30 CBS Evening News 7:00 Candid Camera 7:30 Gong Show 8:00 Mary Tyler Moore 8:30 Bob Newhart 9:00 All in the Family 9:30 Alice 10:00 Carol Burnett 11:00 News 11:30 Movie "Vampire Circus" WNEW 5-Ind New York 6:30 Patterns for Living 7:00 Underdog 7:30 Huckleberry Hound 8:00 Bugs Bunny 8:30 Flintstones 9:00 Monkees 9:30 Mayberry RFD 10:00 Brady Bunch 10:30 Dolly (guest Freddy Fender) 11:00 Soul Train (same line-up as ch 3/18) noon Movie "Jungle Gents" (bw) 1:00 Movie "Dr. Cyclops" 2:30 I Love Lucy (bw) 3:00 Partridge Family 3:30 My Three Sons 4:00 Hogan's Heroes 4:30 Mission: Impossible 5:30 $128,000 Question 6:00 Break the Bank 6:30 Movie "Pendulum" 8:30 Movie "The 39 Steps" (bw) 10:00 News 10:30 Black News 11:00 King of Kensington 11:30 Peter Marshall (guests Marlo Thomas, the Pointer Sisters, Mary MacGregor, Alice Ghostley, David Lander, and Michael McKean) 1:00 Movie "Angels Wash Their Faces" (bw) WWNY 7-CBS/NBC/ABC Watertown 7:30 Clue Club 8:00 Sylvester & Tweety 8:30 Dan Burgess 9:00 Bugs Bunny/Road Runner 10:30 Shazam!/Isis 11:30 Ark II noon Fat Albert 12:30 Way Out Games 1:00 700 Club 2:00 Ara's Sports World (hurdler Willie Davenport with track tips) 2:30 CBS Children's Film Festival (90 min delay) 3:30 Pro Bowling: Rolaids Open (at St. Louis) 5:00 CBS Sports Spectacular (JIP) 6:00 News 6:30 CBS Evening News 7:00 Lawrence Welk 8:00 Mary Tyler Moore 8:30 Bob Newhart 9:00 All in the Family 9:30 Alice 10:00 Carol Burnett 11:00 News 11:10 Sammy & Company (in Acapulco with guests Ben Vereen, Jaye P. Morgan, Sarah Vaughan, and Hank Garcia) WKBW 7-ABC Buffalo 6:30 Better Way 7:00 Agriculture USA 7:30 Bugs Bunny & Friends 8:30 Flintstones 9:00 Scooby-Doo/Dynomutt 10:30 Krofft Supershow 11:30 Superfriends noon Oddball Couple 12:30 Building a Decent Future 1:00 Mind Over Myth 1:30 Ara's Sports World (running back Archie Griffin gives football tips) 2:00 Outdoors with Julius Boros (clips of a Berlin sports festival) 2:30 Starsky & Hutch 3:30 Pro Bowling: Rolaids Open 5:00 ABC Wide World of Sports: Arlberg-Kandahar Men's Downhill (skiing) Championship/National Pairs Figure Skating Championship 6:00 Hawaiian Open golf 7:00 News 7:30 Kirkland & Company 8:00 Happy Days (a clip show celebrates 3 years on the air; Blansky's Beauties airs here next week) 8:30 Fish (premiere) 9:00 NHL: Buffalo-St. Louis 11:30 News mid. Movie "Doctors' Wives" 1:55 Mind Over Myth 2:25 ABC News WROC 8-NBC Rochester 6:55 Better Way 7:25 News for Little People 7:30 Batman (both parts of an episode where the Penguin (Burgess Meredith) runs for Mayor) 8:30 Pink Panther 10:00 Speed Buggy 10:30 Monster Squad 11:00 Space Ghosts/Frankenstein Jr. 11:30 Big John, Little John noon Land of the Lost 12:30 Muggsy 1:00 Champions (World Cup downhill from Germany) 1:30 Supersonic 2:00 Movie "Action Man" 4:00 College Basketball: Seton Hall-Army 6:00 Dolly (Dolly's joined by her family) 6:30 Wild Kingdom 7:00 Lawrence Welk 8:00 Emergency! 9:00 Movie "Born Losers" 11:00 News 11:30 Weekend 1:00 Movie "Sacco and Vanzetti" WNYS 9-ABC Syracuse 7:00 Big Blue Marble 7:30 Animals, Animals, Animals 8:00 Tom & Jerry/Mumbly 8:30 Jabberjaw 9:00 Scooby-Doo/Dynomutt 10:30 Krofft Supershow 11:30 Superfriends noon Movie "Godzilla" (bw/the film that started a legend) 1:30 Outdoors with Ken Calloway 2:00 Superstars (men's qualifying; among the competitors: 12 football stars, led by Tony Dorsett and Fred Biletnikoff-other superstars include Angel Cordero and Jorge Velasquez, who being jockeys, may be in a bit over their heads Cheesy) 3:30 Pro Bowling: Rolaids Open 5:00 ABC Wide World of Sports 6:00 Hawaiian Open golf 7:00 Lawrence Welk 8:00 Happy Days 8:30 Fish (premiere) 9:00 Starsky & Hutch 10:00 Most Wanted 11:00 News 11:30 Movie "The Fly" 1:25 ABC News WOR 9-Ind New York 7:30 News 8:00 Wanted: Dead or Alive (bw) 8:30 Viewpoint on Nutrition 9:00 Dick Tracy 9:30 Movie "Riders to the Stars" 11:00 Movie "Swiss Miss" (bw) 12:30 Let's Go to the Races 1:00 Movie "The Roaring Twenties" (bw) 3:00 Movie "The Last Roman" 5:00 Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea 6:00 Aqueduct Horse Race 6:30 Movie "The Man from Colorado" 9:00 NBA: Knicks-Houston 11:00 Celebrity Bowling: Vince Edwards/Whitman Mayo vs Bill Hayes/Susan Seaforth (JIP) 11:30 Yonkers Horse Race mid. Wrestling 1:00 Steve Allen's Laugh-Back (clips and on-stage appearances from Bill Daily, Bill Dana, Tom Poston, Jayne Meadows, and Louis Nye) 2:30 News WHEC 10-CBS Rochester 8:00 Sylvester & Tweety 8:30 Clue Club 9:00 Bugs Bunny/Road Runner 10:30 Shazam!/Isis 11:30 Ark II noon Fat Albert 12:30 Way Out Games 1:00 CBS Children's Film Festival "Seafaring Dog" 2:00 World of Survival 2:30 Movie "The Strange Door" (bw) 4:00 Ara's Sports World (Arthur Ashe gives tennis tips) 4:30 CBS Sports Spectacular 6:00 News 6:30 In Search of...Killer Bees 7:00 Space: 1999 8:00 Mary Tyler Moore 8:30 Bob Newhart 9:00 All in the Family 9:30 Alice 10:00 Carol Burnett 11:00 News 11:30 Movie "Chamber of Horrors" 1:30 Don Kirshner's Rock Concert (no info listed, did 10 usually run the same show as 2 in Buffalo?) CKWS 11-CBC Kingston 9:00 Circle Square 9:30 Homemade TV 10:00 Oceans Alive 10:30 Scooby-Doo 11:00 Harrigan 11:30 Wild Kingdom noon George Hamilton IV 12:30 Garner Ted Armstrong 1:00 Howie Meeker 1:15 Mr. Chips 1:30 Wolfman Jack (guests Susan Jacks, Del Shannon, and Jose Feliciano) 2:00 College Basketball: UBC-Lethbridge 4:00 Curling Classic: Adolf Aerni (Olten, Switzerland) v Bruce Roberts (Hibbing MN)/Clare DeBlonde (Winnipeg) v Bill Muirhead (Scotland) 5:00 Space: 1999 6:00 Life 6:30 Saturday Night 7:00 Lawrence Welk 8:00 Hockey Night in Canada: Philadelphia-Toronto 11:00 The National 11:15 Provincial Affairs 11:20 News 11:45 Movie "Star!" WPIX 11-Ind New York 7:00 Carrascolendas 7:30 Aprenda Ingles 8:00 Biography (bw/bio of Charles Lindbergh) 9:00 Friends of Man 9:30 Superman 10:00 Batman (Malachi Thorne as Falseface, pt 1) 10:30 Lone Ranger (bw) 11:00 F Troop 11:30 Gomer Pyle, USMC noon Bilko (bw) 12:30 Twilight Zone (bw) 1:00 Movie "Master of the World" 3:00 FBI 4:00 Mod Squad (guest star Sugar Ray Robinson, with Rocky Graziano playing his trainer) 5:00 Emergency One! 6:00 Star Trek 7:00 Space: 1999 8:00 Movie "Dracula's Castle" 10:00 News 10:30 Burns & Allen (bw) 11:00 Bilko (bw) 11:30 Dick Van Dyke (bw) mid. WCT Challenge Tennis: Manuel Lorantes v Rod Laver 1:30 News WBNG 12-CBS Binghamton 6:00 Great Decisions 6:30 Sunrise Semester (same as ch 4) 7:00 This is the Life 7:30 Lucy Show 8:00 Sylvester & Tweety 8:30 Clue Club 9:00 Bugs Bunny/Road Runner 10:00 Tarzan 10:30 Shazam!/Isis 11:30 Ark II noon Action News for Kids 12:30 Way Out Games 1:00 CBS Children's Film Festival "Seafaring Dog" 2:00 Fat Albert 2:30 Hudson Brothers 3:00 Far Out Space Nuts 3:30 Call It Macaroni 4:00 Pop! Goes the Country (guests Conway Twitty, Karen Wheeler, and Eddie Rabbitt) 4:30 CBS Sports Spectacular 6:00 Susquehanna Country Report 6:30 CBS Evening News 7:00 Hee Haw 8:00 Mary Tyler Moore 8:30 Bob Newhart 9:00 All in the Family 9:30 Alice 10:00 Carol Burnett 11:00 News 11:30 Movie "Petulia" WOKR 13-ABC Rochester 6:45 Meditations 7:00 America '77 7:30 Animals, Animals, Animals 8:00 Tom & Jerry/Mumbly 8:30 Jabberjaw 9:00 Scooby-Doo/Dynomutt 10:30 Krofft Supershow 11:30 Superfriends noon Green Thumb 12:30 American Bandstand (guests the Pointer Sisters, and Stephen Bishop) 1:30 Little Rascals (bw) 2:00 Beverly Hillbillies 2:30 Hee Haw (same show as the 7pm one in other areas) 3:30 Pro Bowling: Rolaids Open 5:00 ABC Wide World of Sports 6:00 Hawaiian Open golf 7:00 News 7:30 News Conference 8:00 Happy Days 8:30 Fish (premiere) 9:00 Starsky & Hutch 10:00 Most Wanted 11:00 News 11:30 Movie "Edge of Doom" (bw) 1:30 ABC News CJOH-CTV: 13 Ottawa/6 Deseronto 6:00 University of the Air (x2) 7:00 Tree House 7:30 Wonders of the Wild 8:00 Thacker's World 8:30 Spider-Man 9:00 Circle Square 9:30 Kidstuff 10:30 Let's Go! 11:00 Spider-Man 11:30 Cartoons noon Laurel & Hardy (bw) 12:30 Willy & Floyd 1:00 Movie "The Bravados" 3:00 Sports '77 3:30 Outdoor Sportsman 4:00 CTV Wide World of Sports: European Figure Skating Competition highlights 4:30 Canadian Figure Skating Championships 6:00 News 6:30 Regional Contact (still airs Saturdays at 6:30 to this day) 7:00 Emergency! 8:00 Movie "The Things I Never Said" 9:30 Rich Man, Poor Man 10:30 Canadian Figure Skating Championships mid. CTV National News (anchored by future Peacock hire Keith Morrison) 12:20 Sports 12:30 Movie "Gumshoe" WNPE 16-PBS Watertown 9:00 Sesame Street 10:00 Electric Company 10:30 Mon atelier 11:00 Studio See 11:30 Crockett's Victory Garden noon TV Garden Club 12:30 Antiques 1:00 Washington Week in Review 1:30 Wall Street Week 2:00 Great Performances "Salome" 4:00 Sesame Street 5:00 Nova "The Sunspot Mystery" (how sunspots affect the world's climate) 6:00 Jeanne Wolf with...Jimmy Stewart 6:30 Black Perspective on the News 7:00 Inside Albany 7:30 Agronsky & Company 8:00 World in Action (Uganda since the takeover by Idi Amin) 8:30 The Way It Was (looking back at the 1960 World Series with Mickey Mantle, Tony Kubek, Vernon Law, and Bill Mazeroski) 9:00 Copland on America (Aaron Copland conducts the Minnesota Orchestra in a concert taped July 4, 1976) 10:30 Movie "Angel and the Badman" (bw) WUTR 20-ABC Utica 7:30 Real McCoys (bw) 8:00 Tom & Jerry/Mumbly 8:30 Jabberjaw 9:00 Scooby-Doo/Dynomutt 10:30 Krofft Supershow 11:30 Superfriends noon Oddball Couple 12:30 American Bandstand 1:30 Music Hall America (Frank Gorshin welcomes Moe Bandy, Crystal Gayle, and Martin Mull) 2:30 Get Smart 3:00 Ara's Sports World (guest Franco Harris, who gives football tips) 3:30 Pro Bowling: Rolaids Open 5:00 ABC Wide World of Sports 6:00 Hawaiian Open golf 7:00 Hee Haw 8:00 Happy Days 9:00 Starsky & Hutch 10:00 Most Wanted 11:00 Movie "The Long Gray Line" WXXI 21-PBS Rochester 8:00 Guppies to Groupers 8:30 Vegetable Soup 9:00 Sesame Street 10:00 Vision On 10:30 Carrascolendas 11:00 Infinity Factory 11:30 Rebop noon Que Pasa? 12:30 Crockett's Victory Garden 1:00 Washington Week in Review 1:30 Wall Street Week 2:00 Movie "I Could Never Have Sex with Anyone Who Has So Little Regard for My Husband" 3:30 Pallisers (pt 1) 5:00 Family Classics 5:30 Wild, Wild World of Animals 6:00 Consumer Survival Kit 6:30 Black Perspective on the News 7:00 Inside Albany 7:30 Agronsky & Company 8:00 World in Action 8:30 The Way It Was 9:00 Rivals of Sherlock Holmes 10:00 Visions "El Corrido" 11:30 Soundstage (guests Mose Allison and Tom Waits) WCNY 24-PBS Syracuse 9:00 Sesame Street 10:00 Once Upon a Classic "David Copperfield" (pt 4) 10:30 Zoom 11:00 Studio See 11:30 Rebop noon TV Garden Club 12:30 Crockett's Victory Garden 1:00 Washington Week in Review 1:30 Wall Street Week 2:00 Evening at Symphony 3:00 Meeting of Minds 4:00 Sesame Street 5:00 Firing Line (gun control is on the agenda, discussed by the NRA's Robert Kukla and Illinois Democratic Rep. Abner Mikva) 6:00 Consumer Survival Kit 6:30 Black Perspective on the News 7:00 Inside Albany 7:30 Agronsky & Company 8:00 World in Action 8:30 The Way It Was 9:00 Documentary Showcase: reairing a Bill Moyers' Journal story from January 1976 on cowboys 10:00 Movie "Earth" (bw) RETRO: PITTSBURGH - 1/25/1999 Monday, January 25, 1999 KDKA-TV CBS2 05:00AM Morning News 05:30AM News 06:00AM News 07:00AM News 08:00AM This Morning 09:00AM Sally Jessy Raphael 10:00AM People's Court 11:00AM The Price is Right 12:00PM News 12:30PM Young & the Restless 01:30PM Bold & the Beautiful 02:00PM As the World Turns 03:00PM Guiding Light 04:00PM Rosie O'Donnell 05:00PM News 06:00PM News 07:00PM CBS News 07:30PM Hollywood Squares 08:00PM Cosby 08:30PM The King of Queens 09:00PM Everybody Loves Raymond 09:30PM Becker 10:00PM L.A. Doctors 11:00PM News 11:35PM Late Show with David Letterman 12:35AM Late Late Show with Tom Snyder 01:35AM EXTRA 02:05AM Grace Under Fire 02:35AM Paid Programming 03:05AM Paid Programming 03:35AM Up to the Minute WTAE-TV ABC4 05:00AM News 06:00AM News 07:00AM Good Morning America 09:00AM Regis & Kathie Lee 10:00AM Maury 11:00AM Roseanne Show 12:00PM News 12:30PM Martha Stewart Living 01:00PM All My Children 02:00PM One Life to Live 03:00PM General Hospital 04:00PM Oprah Winfrey 05:00PM News 06:00PM News 06:30PM ABC News 07:00PM Inside Edition 07:30PM Entertainment Tonight 08:00PM Celebrity Weddings in Style 09:00PM MOVIE: My Last Love 11:00PM News 11:35PM Nightline 12:05AM Politically Incorrect 12:35AM Access Hollywood 01:05AM The View 02:05AM Love Connection 02:35AM Change of Heart 03:05AM ABC World News Now WPXI-TV NBC11 05:00AM News 06:00AM News 07:00AM Today 09:00AM Montel Williams 10:00AM Jenny Jones 11:00AM Leeza 12:00PM News 12:30PM Real TV 01:00PM Sunset Beach 02:00PM Another World 03:00PM Days of Our Lives 04:00PM Judge Judy 04:30PM Hard Copy 05:00PM News 06:00PM News 06:30PM NBC News 07:00PM Jeopardy! 07:30PM Wheel of Fortune 08:00PM Suddenly Susan 08:30PM Caroline in the City 09:00PM Mad About You 09:30PM Working 10:00PM Dateline NBC 11:00PM News 11:35PM The Tonight Show with Jay Leno 12:35AM Late Night with Conan O'Brien 01:35AM Later 02:05AM Jenny Jones 03:05AM Howie Mandel 04:05AM The Tonight Show with Jay Leno WNPA-TV UPN19 05:00AM Paid Programming 05:30AM Paid Programming 06:00AM First Business 06:30AM This Morning's Business 07:00AM Bullwinkle 07:30AM DuckTales 08:00AM Paid Programming 08:30AM Paid Programming 09:00AM Joyce Meyer 09:30AM James Robison 10:00AM Benny Hinn 10:30AM Prophecy 11:00AM Paid Programming 11:30AM Paid Programming 12:00PM Bloomberg News 01:00PM Paid Programming 01:30PM Paid Programming 02:00PM Newlywed Game 02:30PM Dating Game 03:00PM Mighty Max 03:30PM Jumanji 04:00PM Mummies Alive! 04:30PM Pocket Dragon Adventures 05:00PM Donny & Marie 06:00PM The Cosby Show 06:30PM NewsRadio 07:00PM Judge Joe Brown 07:30PM Judge Joe Brown 08:00PM Dilbert 08:30PM DiResta 09:00PM The Sentinel 10:00PM NewsRadio 10:30PM The Cosby Show 11:00PM Newlywed Game 11:30PM Dating Game 12:00AM Wrestling 12:30AM Paid Programming 01:00AM Sports Collectibles (JIP) 03:00AM Collectible Coins & Currency WCWB-TV WB22 06:00AM Tiny Toon Adventures 06:30AM Animaniacs 07:00AM Doug 07:30AM Hercules 08:00AM RoboCop: Alpha Commando 08:30AM The Real Adventures of Jonny Quest 09:00AM Paid Programming 09:30AM Paid Programming 10:00AM Paid Programming 10:30AM Paid Programming 11:00AM Living Single 11:30AM Charles in Charge 12:00PM Mama's Family 12:30PM Boy Meets World 01:00PM Sister, Sister 01:30PM LAPD: Life on the Beat 02:00PM Cops 02:30PM Cops 03:00PM Pinky and the Brain 03:30PM Histeria! 04:00PM The New Superman/Batman Adventures 04:30PM The New Superman/Batman Adventures 05:00PM Jerry Springer 06:00PM Friends 06:30PM The Simpsons 07:00PM Friends 07:30PM The Simpsons 08:00PM 7th Heaven 09:00PM Hyperion Bay 10:00PM Star Trek: The Next Generation 11:00PM Mad About You 11:30PM The Nanny 12:00AM Hercules: The Legendary Journeys 01:00AM Paid Programming 01:30AM Paid Programming 02:00AM 18K Indulgence (JIP) 03:00AM Collectible Knives WPGH-TV FOX53 05:00AM SOF: Special Ops Force 06:00AM Dennis the Menace 06:30AM Pokémon 07:00AM The Magic School Bus 07:30AM Life with Louie 08:00AM Beast Wars: Transformers 08:30AM Wacky World of Tex Avery 09:00AM Full House 09:30AM Step by Step 10:00AM Judge Mills Lane 10:30AM Judge Mills Lane 11:00AM Jerry Springer 12:00PM Ricki Lake 01:00PM Forgive or Forget 02:00PM Paid Programming 02:30PM Paid Programming 03:00PM Spider-Man 03:30PM Young Hercules 04:00PM Power Rangers in Space 04:30PM The Mystic Knights of Tir Na Nog 05:00PM Fresh Prince of Bel-Air 05:30PM Roseanne 06:00PM Home Improvement 06:30PM Home Improvement 07:00PM Frasier 07:30PM Seinfeld 08:00PM Melrose Place 09:00PM Ally McBeal 10:00PM News 11:00PM M*A*S*H 11:30PM M*A*S*H 12:00AM Ricki Lake 01:00AM Paid Programming 01:30AM Paid Programming 02:00AM Martin 02:30AM Married...with Children 03:00AM Star Trek: The Next Generation 04:00AM Star Trek: The Next Generation Retro: Eastern Virginia Thursday, January 8, 1981 Departing from my usual habit of retros for this particular date in the past because I just got this Eastern Virginia TV Guide and had not put up any listings from the area for 1981. WTAR (WTKR) Ch. 3 Norfolk (CBS) 6:10 Down To Earth 6:15 These Things We Share 6:30 Health Field 7 AM CBS News (Charles Kuralt) 8 AM Captain Kangaroo (guest: Nipsey Russell) 9 AM Donahue (Dr. Edward J. Beattie, author of "Towards The Conquest Of Cancer"; Dr. Samuel Epstein, author of "The Politics Of Cancer") 10 AM Magazine (author-feminist Jane O"Reilly, author of "The Girl I Left Behind," discusses the women's movement's effect on her and society; the problems facing female sportscasters; joint custody, pre-empts the local "Morning Connection" and CBS reruns of "Alice") 11 AM Price Is Right 12 N To Tell The Truth (Robin Ward version; panel: Soupy Sales, Fannie Flagg, Tom Seaver, Peggy Cass) 12:30 Search For Tomorrow 1 PM Young And The Restless 2 PM As The World Turns 3 PM Guiding Light 4 PM Mary Tyler Moore 4:30 Merv Griffin (Buck Henry, Bob Newhart, Madeline Kahn, Richard Benjamin, Fred Willard) 6 PM News 6:30 CBS News (Walter Cronkite) 7 PM Family Feud 7:30 PM Magazine (Atlantic City showgirls; a decoy cop in Philadelphia) 8 PM The Waltons 9 PM Magnum, P.I. 10 PM Knots Landing 11 PM News 11:30 The Jeffersons 12 M McMillan & Wife 2:05 News WHSV Ch. 3 Harrisonburg (ABC) 5:55 PTL Club 6:55 News 7 AM Good Morning America 9 AM PTL Club continues 10 AM Your New Day (Vidal Sassoon) 10:30 Romper Room 11 AM Love Boat (passengers: Richard Anderson, Carol Lynley, Donna Pescow, Ben Murphy, Hans Conried) 12 N Family Feud 12:30 Ryan's Hope 1 PM All My Children 2 PM One Life To Live 3 PM General Hospital 4 PM Edge Of Night 4:30 Hour Magazine (Tom Jones is interviewed in part 4 of 5 on macho men; psychologist Neal Olshan discusses dreams.) 5:30 All In The Family 6 PM News 6:30 ABC World News Tonight 7 PM Dance Fever (judges: Alison Arngrim, Roxie Roker, Anson Williams) 7:30 M*A*S*H 8 PM Mork & Mindy 8:30 Bosom Buddies 9 PM Barney Miller 9:30 It's A Living 10 PM 20/20 11 PM News 11:30 Nightline 12 M Charlie's Angels 1:10 News WTVR Ch. 6 Richmond (CBS) 6 AM Virginia Today 6:30 Sunrise Semester: "City In American Literature" 7 AM CBS News 8 AM Captain Kangaroo 9 AM Donahue (same as WTAR) 10 AM Magazine (pre-empts "The Jeffersons" and "Alice," both from CBS) 11 AM Price Is Right 12 N Richmond Today 12:30 Search For Tomorrow 1 PM Young And The Restless 2 PM As The World Turns 3 PM Guiding Light 4 PM One Day At A Time (what CBS was showing) 4:30 Tom And Jerry 5 PM Andy Griffith 5:30 Sanford And Son 6 PM News 6:30 CBS News 7 PM News 7:30 All In The Family 8 PM The Waltons 9 PM Magnum, P.I. 10 PM Knots Landing 11 PM News 11:30 The Jeffersons 12 M McMillan & Wife WXEX (WRIC) Ch. 8 Petersburg-Richmond (ABC) 6 AM 700 Club 7 AM Good Morning America 9 AM Good Morning Virginia 10 AM Hour Magazine (topics: reunions between adopted children and their natural parents; Jeff Conaway of "Taxi"; Gallagher goes to the supermarket) 11 AM Love Boat 12 N Family Feud 12:30 Ryan's Hope 1 PM All My Children 2 PM One Life To Live 3 PM General Hospital 4 PM Starsky & Hutch 5 PM Rockford Files 6 PM News 6:30 ABC World News Tonight 7 PM Good Times 7:30 PM Magazine (same as WTAR) 8 PM Mork & Mindy 8:30 Bosom Buddies 9 PM Barney Miller 9:30 It's A Living 10 PM 20/20 11 PM News 11:30 Nightline 12 M Prisoner: Cell Block H 12:30 TBA 1 AM News WAVY Ch. 10 Norfolk (NBC) 5:50 News 6 AM TBA 6:30 Tidewater Today 7 AM Today (fourth of five with first-term Senators: Sen. James Abnor (R-S.D.)) 9 AM Hollywood Squares 9:30 Bullseye 10 AM Las Vegas Gambit 10:30 Blockbusters 11 AM Wheel Of Fortune 11:30 Password Plus (Robert Donner, Joanna Gleason) 12 N Hello, Virginia 12:30 The Doctors 1 PM Days Of Our Lives 2 PM Another World 3 PM Texas 4 PM John Davidson (co-host Pat Harrington; Lou and Carla Ferrigno, Joan Van Ark, singer Thelma Houston, magician Larry Wilson, author Burton White ("The First Three Years Of Life") 5:30 M*A*S*H 6 PM News 6:30 NBC News (John Chancellor) 7 PM Tic Tac Dough 7:30 Joker's Wild 8 PM NBC Movie: "Goldengirl" (Susan Anton as a runner programmed to win three track events at the 1980 Moscow Olympics) 11 PM News 11:30 Tonight Show 12:30 Tomorrow (Shelley Berman, Herblock, Alabama) 2 AM News 2:10 Pride WWBT Ch. 12 Richmond (NBC) 6:40 Virginia Almanac/News 7 AM Today 9 AM Movie: "Don't Give Up The Ship" (Jerry Lewis, from '59) 11:30 Password Plus 12 N Card Sharks (Jim Perry) 12:30 The Doctors 1 PM Days Of Our Lives 2 PM Another World 3 PM Texas 4 PM Bugs Bunny 4:30 Gilligan's Island 5 PM What's Happening!! 5:30 Happy Days Again 6 PM News 6:30 NBC News 7 PM M*A*S*H 7:30 Barney Miller 8 PM NBC Movie: "Goldengirl" 11 PM News 11:30 Tonight Show 12:30 Tomorrow WVEC Ch. 13 Norfolk (ABC) 6 AM News 6:30 Best Of Good Morning Tidewater 6:50 News 7 AM Good Morning America 9 AM Good Morning Tidewater 10 AM Movie: "Kid Galahad" (one of Elvis' better ones, from '62) 12 N Family Feud 12:30 Ryan's Hope 1 PM All My Children 2 PM One Life To Live 3 PM General Hospital 4 PM Edge Of Night 4:30 Happy Days Again 5 PM All In The Family 5:30 News 6:30 ABC World News Tonight 7 PM Hour Magazine 8 PM Mork & Mindy 8:30 Bosom Buddies 9 PM Barney Miller 9:30 It's A Living 10 PM 20/20 11 PM News 11:30 Nightline 12 M Charlie's Angels WHRO Ch. 15 Norfolk (PBS) In-school programs until 3:30 Villa Alegre 4 PM Sesame Street 5 PM Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 5:30 Electric Company 6 PM Studio See 6:30 Over Easy (guest: Broderick Crawford) 7 PM MacNeil/Lehrer Report 7:30 Dick Cavett (last of four with John Gielgud, who talks about Vivien Leigh, Greta Garbo, and great-aunt Ellen Terry) 8 PM All Creatures Great And Small 9 PM Sneak Previews (Siskel and Ebert pick their favorite movies from 1980: "Raging Bull," Ordinary People," "Being There," "Coal Miner's Daughter") 9:30 This Old House 10 PM Austin City Limits (sixth-season premiere with the Charlie Daniels Band) 11 PM Dick Cavett (repeat of 7:30 PM show) sign off 11:30 PM WCVE Ch. 23 Richmond (PBS) In-school programs until 3:30 Electric Company 4 PM Sesame Street 5 PM Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 5:30 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 6 PM Que Pasa, U.S.A.? 6:30 Studio See 7 PM Over Easy 7:30 MacNeil/Lehrer Report 8 PM Battle Of The Brains (high-school quiz bowl) 8:30 TBA 9:30 This Old House 10 PM Sneak Previews 10:30 Sitcom: The Adventures Of Garry Marshall 11 PM Dick Cavett 11:30 Captioned ABC News sign off 12 M WYAH (WGNT) Ch. 27 Portsmouth (Ind.) 6 AM Ross Bagley 6:30 Romper Room 7 AM Tom And Jerry 7:30 Popeye/Bugs Bunny 8:30 Fred Flintstone And Friends 9 AM I Love Lucy 9:30 Dick Van Dyke 10 AM 700 Club 11:30 Manna 12 N Get Smart 12:30 Let's Make A Deal 1 PM Andy Griffith 1:30 Leave It To Beaver 2 PM Great Space Coaster 2:30 Popeye/Bugs Bunny 3 PM Flintstones 3:30 Tom And Jerry/Woody Woodpecker 4:30 Scooby Doo 5 PM Brady Bunch 5:30 Wonder Woman 6:30 Welcome Back, Kotter 7 PM Get Smart 7:30 College Basketball: Richmond-Old Dominion 9:30 700 Club (time approximate) 11 PM Messianic Jewish Program 11:30 Movie: "-30-" (Jack Webb and William Conrad look at a newspaper's night shift, from '59; -30-, as most of you know, is newspaper code for "end of story.") WVIR Ch. 29 Charlottesville (NBC) 6:30 Health Field 7 AM Today 9 AM Charlottesville Today 9:30 PTL Club 11:30 Password Plus 12 N Card Sharks 12:30 The Doctors 1 PM Days Of Our Lives 2 PM Another World 3 PM Texas 4 PM Mike Douglas (co-hostess Barbara Mandrell; Bruce Dern, Kareem-Abdul Jabbar, Charlotte Rae, Louise and Irlene Mandrell, author Karen Lustgarten ("The Complete Guide To A Dynamic Body") 5:30 Let's Make A Deal 6 PM News 6:30 NBC News 7 PM Donahue (same as WTAR) 8 PM NBC Movie: "Goldengirl" 11 PM News 11:30 Tonight Show 12:30 Tomorrow WTVZ Ch. 33 Norfolk (Ind.) 6 AM PTL Club 7 AM Porky Pig 8 AM Deputy Dawg 8:30 The Archies 9 AM Dennis The Menace 9:30 I Dream Of Jeannie 10 AM My Favorite Martian 10:30 Ghost And Mrs. Muir 11 AM Perry Mason 12 N Mike Douglas (from San Francisco: co-host Tony Orlando; Boz Scaggs, Todd Bridges) 1 PM Mayberry R.F.D. 1:30 Real McCoys 2 PM Josie And The Pussycats 2:30 Groovie Goolies 3 PM Speed Racer 3:30 Marine Boy 4 PM Superheroes 4:30 Batman (Burgess Meredith as the Penguin, Ethel Merman as Lola Lasagne) 5 PM Sha Na Na (guest: Johnnie Ray) 5:30 What's Happening!! 6 PM Good Times (x2) 7 PM Sanford And Son 7:30 Maude 8 PM Movie: "Hamlet" (Laurence Olivier's Academy-Awardwinning performance, from '48) 11 PM Odd Couple 11:30 Movie: "California" WVPT Ch. 51 Harrisonburg (PBS) 6:45 A.M. Weather 7 AM Over Easy (guest: actress Beulah Bondi) 7:30 Sesame Street 8:30 Que Pasa, U.S.A.? 9 AM In-school programs 3:30 Villa Alegre 4 PM Sesame Street 5 PM Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 5:30 Electric Company 6 PM Room For Imagination 6:30 Over Easy 7 PM MacNeil/Lehrer Report 7:30 Dick Cavett 8 PM Capitol Communique 9 PM All Creatures Great And Small 10 PM On The Line 10:30 On Working (how Americans, from executives to factory workers, feel about the work they do) sign off 11 PM Retro: Chicago - 1995 - Sunday May 21 - English Speaking Commercial Stations Retro Chicago - Sunday, May 21, 1995 - Commercial English Speaking Stations. By now 66 WGBO was sold without programming to Univision from Combined Broadcasting and flipped to a Full time Univision Spanish Station. Meanwhile its programming went to Wiegel's 26 WCIU which went to an English Speaking General Entertainment format that January, retaining business news late mornings. Other programming went to WJYS 62 which also tried their hands at a general entertainment independent schedule. 50 WPWR and 9 WGN also continued with basically independent schedules with WPWR taking UPN Programming (which only was on a few hours a week) and WGN taking WB programming also only a few hours a week. 2 WBBM-TV (CBS) CBS 5 AM SUPER SPORTS FOLLIES 5:30 AMERICAN BUSINESS JOURNAL 6 AM EYE ON 6:30 SPEAK OUT 7 AM SINGSTATION-Gospel Music 7:30 ROBERT SCHULLER-Religion 8 AM CBS NEWS SUNDAY MORNING9:30 MARTHA STEWART-Talk 10 AM NEWSMAKERS-Talk 10:30 FACE THE NATION-Interview 11 AM DAVE WANNSEDT 11:30 227-Comedy 12 NOON NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC 1 PM NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC 2 PM TOP COPS-Drama 2:30 GOLF – Buick Classic 5 PM CHANNEL 2 NEWS 5:30 CBS NEWS 6 PM 60 MINUTES-Newsmagazine 7 PM BARBARA STREISAND IN CONCERT NORMALLY AIRING: 7 PM MURDER SHE WROTE-Drama 8 PM CBS MOVIE 10 PM CHANNEL 2 NEWS 10:30 CURRENT AFFAIR EXTRA 11:30 ENTERTAINMENT TONIGHT-Newsmagazine 12:30 227-Comedy 1 AM FOREVER KNIGHT-Drama 2 AM COURT TV-Drama 2:30 CBS NEWS UP TO THE MINUTE 5 WMAQ-TV (NBC) NBC 5 AM BLACK FORUM 5:30 WALL STREET JOURNAL REPORT 6 AM NEWSCENTER 5 NEWS 7 AM SUNDAY TODAY 8 AM NEWSCENTER 5 NEWS 9 AM MEET THE PRESS-Interview 10 AM NEWSCENTER 5 NEWS 11 AM IMAGES & REALITIES 11:30 BLACK FORUM 12 NOON EMERGENCY CALL 12:30 CRUSADERS-Drama 1:30 NBA SHOWTIME 2:30 NBA PLAYOFFS 5 PM NEWSCENTER 5 NEWS 5:30 NBC NEWS 6 PM EARTH 2-Drama 7 PM SEAQUEST DSV-Drama 8 PM NBC MOVIE – Liz: Elizabeth Taylor Story (1995) 10 PM NEWSCENTER 5 NEWS 10:30 SPORTS SUNDAY 11 PM GEORGE MICHAEL SPORTS MACHINE 11:30 CRUSADERS-Drama 12:30 EMERGENCY CALL 1 AM NEWSCENTER 5 NEWS 1:30 NBC NEWS NIGHTSIDE 7 WLS-TV (ABC) ABC 5 AM CHRISTOPHER CLOSEUP 5:30 TRAVEL TRAVEL 6 AM THIS IS THE LIFE 6:30 FACE TO FACE 7 AM SANCTURAY 7:30 WEEKEND 8 AM GOOD MORNING AMERICA SUNDAY 9 AM EYEWITNESS NEWS 10 AM MAIN FLOOR 10:30 EYEWITNESS NEWS FORUM 11 AM THIS WEEK WITH DAVID BRINKLY 12 NOON EYEWITNESS NEWS 12:30 WEEKEND 1 PM MOVIE – Homer & Eddie (1989) 3 PM TENNIS 5 PM EYEWITNESS NEWS 5:30 ABC NEWS 6 PM AMERICA’S FUNNIEST HOME VIDEOS-Comedy 7 PM LOIS & CLARK-Adventure 8 PM ABC MOVIE – Passenger 57 (1992) 10 PM EYEWITNESS NEWS 10:30 INSIDE EDITION-Newsmagazine 11 PM MOVIE – Silent Running (1972) 1 AM HAWKEYE-Drama 2 AM EYEWITNESS NEWS 2:30 ABC WORLD NEWS NOW 9 WGN-TV (WB) Tribune 5 AM FEED THE CHILDREN 6 AM MADISON’S ADVENTURES-Children 6:30 DUCKTALES-Cartoon 7 AM CHIP & DALES-Cartoon 7:30 TALE SPIN-Cartoon 8 AM BOZO THE CLOWN SUPER SUNDAY-Children 10 AM TALE SPIN-Cartoon 10:30 GLADIATORS 2000-Children 11 AM ANDY GRIFFITH-Comedy 11:30 ANDY GRIFFITH-Comedy 12 NOON LIFESTYLES OF THE RICH & FAMOUS 1 PM MOVIE – Bloodsport (1988) 3 PM BASEBALL – Cubs At Los Angeles Dodgers 6 PM UNTOUCHABLES-Drama 7 PM THE ROAD-Music 8 PM STAR TREK: DEEP SPACE 9-Science Fiction 9 PM WGN NEWS 10 PM HUNTER-Drama 11 PM HUNTER-Drama 12 MID THE ROAD-Music 1 AM ST ELSEWHERE-Drama 2 AM ST ELSEWHERE-Drama 3 AM HILL STREET BLUES-Drama 4 AM UNTOUCHABLES-Drama 32 WFLD (Fox) Fox 5 AM SUNDAY MASS 5:30 ESTA SEMANA 6 AM JIMMY SWAGGART 7 AM IN TOUCH 8 AM D JAMES KENNEDY 9 AM BLADE WARRIORS 10 AM FAMILY TIES-Comedy 10:30 FAMILY TIES-Comedy 11 AM WONDER YEARS-Comedy Drama 11:30 I LOVE LUCY-Comedy 12 NOON MOVIE – Glory (1989) 2 PM STANLEY CUP PLAYOFF – NHL HOCKEY 5 PM WWF WRESTLING 6 PM RUDY CODY: GREATEST MAGICIAN ON EARTH 7 PM SIMPSONS-Cartoon 7:30 CRITIC-Cartoon 8 PM MARRIED WITH CHILDREN-Comedy 8:30 MARRIED WITH CHILDREN-Comedy 9 PM FOX 32 NEWS 10 PM M*A*S*H-Comedy 11:30 I LOVE LUCY-Comedy 11 PM MOVIE – Sea Wolf (1992) 1 AM MOVIE – My Mother’s Secret Life (1984) 3 AM MOVIE – Jessie (1988) 50 WPWR (UPN) Newsweb 5 AM DEATH VALLEY DAYS 5:30 CISCO KID-Western 6 AM BLINKY BILL-Children 6:30 CREEPY CRAWLERS-Cartoons 7 AM KING ARTHUR-Cartoons 7:30 STARCOM-Cartoon 8 AM DOUBLE DRAGON-Cartoon 8:30 POPEYE-Cartoons 9 AM BABY HUEY-Cartoons 9:30 MUTANT LEAGUE-Cartoon 10 AM IORN MAN-Cartoon 10:30 FANTASTIC FOUR-Cartoon 11 AM LITTLE RASCALS-Comedy 12 NOON THREE STOOGES-Comedy 1 PM MOVIE – Roustabout (1964) 3 PM MOVIE – Help (1965) 5 PM BAYWATCH-Adventure 6 PM STAR TREK: NEXT GENERATION-Science Fiction 7 PM STAR TREK: VOYAGER-Science Fiction 8 PM UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL-Drama 9 PM ROBIN’S HOODS-Drama 10 PM BEACH CLASH-Drama 11 PM WCW WRESTLING 12 MID STAR TREK-Science Fiction 1 AM MOVIE – Rubhurb (1951) 3 AM MOVIE – Task Force (1949) 26 WCUI (Ind./Business News) Wiegel 5 AM INFOMERCIALS 6 AM JAMES ROBINSON 6:30 BENNY HINN 7 AM JIMMY SWAGGART 8 AM FRED PRICE 9 AM KENNETH COPELAND 10 AM ROBERT SCHULLER 11 AM JETSONS-Cartoon 11:30 SCOOBY DOO-Cartoon 12 NOON SWAT KATS-cartoon 12:30 2 STUPID DOGS-Cartoon 1 PM MOVIE – To Each His Own (1946) 3 PM MOVIE – Pardners (1956) 5 PM WCW WRESTLING 6 PM LOVE BOAT-Comedy/Drama 7 PM MOVIE – Outsider (1961) 9 PM BARNABY JONES-Drama 10 PM QUINCY-Drama 11 PM ROCKFORD FILES-Drama 12 MID INFOMERCIALS 2 AM SHEPHERD’S CHAPEL 62 WJYS (Ind.) 5 AM PAID PROGRAMMING 6 AM CHURCH SERVICE-Church Of Christ 7:30 CHURCH SERVICE-Assembly Of God 9 AM CHURCH SERVICE-Baptist 10:30 LLOYD OGLAVIE 11 AM JERRY FAWELL 12 NOON MOVIE – Angel On My Shoulder (1946) 2 PM MOVIE – Santa Fe Trail (1940) 4 PM MOVIE – Green Promise (1949) 6 PM JIMMY SWAGGART 7 PM IN TOUCH 8 PM FRED PRICE 9 PM CHURCH SERVICE-Church Of Christ 10:30 CHURCH SERVICE-Assembly Of God 12 MID PAID PROGRAMMING 38 WCFC (Christian) Christian Communications Chicagoland 5 AM 700 CLUB 6 AM AMONG FRIENDS 7 AM IN TOUCH 8 AM CHANGED LIVES 8:30 DAY OF DISCOVERY 9 AM LIBERTY HOUR 10 AM MONUMENT OF FAITH 11 AM ANOINTED HOUR 12 NOON ORAL ROBERTS 12:30 JACK HAYFORD 1 PM JERUSELEM ON LINE 1:30 CHRISTIAN TOWN HALL 2 PM FAMILY SHOWCASE 3 PM INSPIRATION TIME 3:30 JEWISH JEWELLS 4 PM WORLD HARVEST CHURCH 5 PM QUENTON ROAD 6 PM WALK OF FAITH 6:30 MIDWEST ALIVE 7 PM D JAMES KENNEDY 8 PM REJOICE IN THE LORD 9 PM IN TOUCH 10 PM JOHN ANKERBERG 10:30 CHANGED LIVES 11 PM 700 CLUB 12 MID AMONG FRIENDS 1 AM SIGN OFF Other stations 11 WTTW (PBS) 20 WYCC (PBS) 44 WSNS Spanish (Telemundo) Telemundo 60 WEHS (Home Shopping Network) USA Broadcasting 66 WGBO Spanish (Univision) Univision Retro Chicago TV Commercial English Speaking Stations - Spring 1995 - Saturday Retro: Chicago TV Commercial English Speaking - May 20-26, 1995 66 WGBO keeps calls but license only changes hands excluding programming from Combined to Univision which moves off WCIU on a part-time basis to WGBO on a full-time basis. WCIU 26 then adopts a general entertainment format keeping some business news for now. WPWR modifies slightly taking the Part-time Network UPN while WGN TV takes the Part-time network WB - 62 WJYS tries its hand at seriously becoming a general entertainment station. WGBO's inventory ,oves mostly to WCIU and also somewhat to WJYS. WJYS is mostly barter. taken from Chicago Tribune paper TV section 2 WBBM-TV (CBS) CBS 5 AM SUPER SPORTS FOLLIES 5:30 AMERICAN BUSINESS JOURNAL 6 AM EYE ON 6:30 DIFFERENT DRUMMERS 7 AM LITTLE MERMAID-Cartoons 7:30 BEETHOVEN-Cartoons 8 AM ALADDAN-Cartoons 8:30 NINJA TURTLES-Cartoons 9 AM GARFIELD-Cartoons 10 AM WILDCATS-Cartoons 10:30 SKELETON WARRIORS-Cartoons 11 AM BEAKMAN’S WORLD-Children 11:30 STORYBREAK-Children 12 NOON COMMON GROUND 12:30 MCCLOUD-Drama 2 PM GOLF – Buick Classic 5 PM CHANNEL 2 NEWS 5:30 CBS NEWS 6 PM CHANNEL 2 NEWS 6:30 SISKEL, EBERT, AND THE MOVIES 7 PM DOCTOR QUINN & THE MEDICINE WOMAN-Drama 8 PM DOCTOR QUINN & THE MEDICINE WOMAN-Drama 9 PM WALKER TEXAS RANGER-Drama 10 PM CHANNEL 2 NEWS 10:30 TOP COPS-Drama 11 PM CURRENT AFFAIR EXTRA-Newsmagazine 12 MID FOREVER KNIGHT-Drama 1 AM 227-Comedy 1:30 ON SCENE-Drama 2 AM MOVIE – Zelig (1983) 4 AM BANACEK-Drama 5 WMAQ-TV (NBC) NBC 5 AM VISIONS 5:30 BLACK FORUM 6 AM NEWSCENTER 5 NEWS 7 AM SATURDAY TODAY 9 AM NEWSCENTER 5 NEWS 10 AM SAVED BY THE BELL-Comedy 10:30 CALIFORNIA DREAMS-Comedy 11 AM NBA INSIDE STUFF 11:30 NEWS FOR KIDS 12 NOON NAME YOUR ADVENTURE-Children 12:30 SAVED BY THE BELL-Comedy 1 PM EXTREMISTS-Adventure 1:30 HOME AGAIN-Bob Villa 2 PM NBA SHOWTIME 2:30 NBA BASKETBALL PLAYOFFS 5 PM NEWSCENTER 5 NEWS 5:30 NBC NEWS 6 PM EXTRA-Newsmagazine 7 PM NBC MOVIE – Gramps (1995) 9 PM BLOOPERS TV CENSORED 10 PM NEWSCENTER 5 NEWS 10:30 SATURDAY NIGHT LIVE-Comedy/Variety 12 MID COMEDY SHOWCASE 1 AM SHOWTIME AT THE APOLLO 2 AM EXTRA-Newsmagazine 3 AM NEWSCENTER 5 NEWS 3:30 EXTREMISTS-Adventure 4 AM HOME AGAIN 4:30 COMPUTER MAN 7 WLS-TV (ABC) ABC 5 AM WEEKEND 5:30 FACE TO FACE 6 AM PIGASSO’S PLACE-Children 6:30 WONDERLAND-Children 7 AM SONIC THE HEDGEHOG-Cartoons 7:26 SCHOOLHOUSE ROCK 7:30 FREE WILLY-Cartoon 8 AM CRYPTKEEPER-Cartoons 8:30 REBOOT-Children 9 AM BUMP IN THE NIGHT-Children 9:30 FUDGE-Comedy 9:56 SCHOOLHOUSE ROCK 10 AM BUGS & TWEETY-Cartoons 10:56 SCHOOLHOUSE ROCK 11 AM CRO-Cartoons 11:30 WEEKEND SPECIAL 12 NOON ANIMAL ADVENTURES-Children 12:30 WEEKEND 1 PM FACE TO FACE 1:30 TENNIS 3:30 PREAKNESS STAKES 5 PM EYEWITNESS NEWS 5:30 ABC NEWS 6 PM EYEWITNESS NEWS MAGAZINE 7 PM ABC FAMILY MOVIE – Honey I Blew Up The Kid (1993) 9 PM THE COMMISH-Drama 10 PM EYEWITNESS NEWS 10:30 MOVIE – Graveyard Shift (1990) 12:30 ENTERTAINERS-Drama 1:30 MOVIE – Twist Of Fate (1954) 3:30 MOVIE – Gorilla (1939) 9 WGN-TV (WB) Tribune 5 AM UNTOUCHABLES-Drama 6 AM CHARLANDO-Spanish 6:30 PEOPLE TO PEOPLE 7 AM US FARM REPORT 7:30 MINORITY BUSINESS REPORT 8 AM MOTORWEEK 8:30 OUTDOOR SECRETS 9 AM PRO FOOTBALL WEEKLY 9:30 REAL ESTATE CLASSIFIEDS 10 AM STAR TREK: DEEP SPACE 9-Science Fiction 11 AM SOUL TRAIN-Music 12 NOON STAR SEARCH-Talent Contest 1 PM MOVIE – Worth Winning (1986) 3 PM BASEBALL – Cubs At Los Angeles Dodgers 6 PM CHEERS-Comedy 6:30 COACH-Comedy 7 PM MOVIE – Star Chamber (1983) 9 PM WGN NEWS AT 9 10 PM NIGHT COURT-Comedy 10:30 MOVIE – Birds (1963) 1 AM UNTOUCHABLES-Drama 2 AM HILL STREET BLUES-Drama 3 AM MOVIE – Blob (1958) 32 WFLD (Fox) Fox 5 AM WWF WRESTLING 6 AM PICK YOUR BRAIN-Children 6:30 NOT JUST NEWS 7 AM ANIMANIACS-Cartoons 7:30 POWER RANGERS-Fantasy 8 AM EEKSTRAVAGANZA-Cartoons 8:30 BATMAN: ANIMATED SERIES-Cartoons 9 AM SPIDERMAN-Cartoons 9:30 THE TICK-Cartoons 10 AM X MEN-Cartoons 10:30 WHERE IS CARMEN SANDIEGO-Children 11 AM BATTLETACH-Cartoons 11:30 MEGA MAN-Cartoons 12 NOON SWEET VALLEY HIGH-Comedy 12:30 FAMILY TIES-Comedy 1 PM FAMILY TIES-Comedy 1:30 THREE’S COMPANY-Comedy 2 PM AMERICAN GLADIATORS 3 PM MOVIE –Zelig (1983) 5 PM FAMILY MATTERS-Comedy 5:30 COSBY SHOW-Comedy 6 PM SIMPSONS-Cartoon 6:30 SIMPSONS-Cartoon 7 PM COPS-Drama 7:30 COPS-Drama 8 PM AMERICA’S MOST WANTED-Drama 9 PM FOX 32 NEWS 10 PM TALES FROM THE CRYPT 11 PM SIGHTINGS 12 MID WWF WRESTLING 1 AM WILD WEST SHOWDOWN 2 AM AMERICAN GLADIATORS 3 AM MOVIE – Catch 22 (1970) 50 WPWR (UPN) Newsweb 5 AM DEATH VALLEY DAYS 5:30 CISCO KID-Western 6 AM KID TALK 6:30 POPEYE-Cartoons 7 AM BUGS BUNNY & FRIENDS-Cartoons 8 AM TOM & JERRY-Cartoons 8:30 CAPTAIN PLANET-Cartoon 9 AM LITTLE RASCALS-Comedy 10 AM THREE STOOGES-Comedy 11 AM FRESH PRINCE-Comedy 11:30 BOGIE’S DINER-Comedy 12 NOON MOVIE – Street Justice (1991) 3 PM REGEGADE-Drama 4 PM HIGHLANDER-Drama 5 PM STAR TREK-Science Fiction 6 PM STAR TREK: NEXT GENERATION-Science Fiction 7 PM STAR TREK: VOYAGER-Science Fiction 8 PM BAYWATCH-Drama 9 PM TIME TRAXX-Drama 11 PM BABYLON 5-Drama 12 MID WCW WRESTLING 1 AM EXTRAORDINARY-Drama 2 AM STAR TREK-Science Fiction 3 AM MOVIE – Bare Essentials (1991) 26 WCIU (Ind./Business News) Wiegel 5 AM INFOMERCIALS 8 AM WORLD TOMORROW 8:30 IT IS WRITTEN 9 AM VOICE OF PROPHECY 9:30 FAITH FOR TODAY 10 AM EARNEST ANGELY 11 AM MOVIE – Abbott & Costello Buck Privates (1941) 12:30 BLONDIE MOVIE – Blondie Goes To College (1943) 2 PM BARNABY JONES-Drama 3 PM BONANZA-Western 4 PM WCW WRESTLING 5 PM REAL STORIES OF THE HIGHWAY PATROL-Drama 5:30 REAL STORIES OF THE HIGHWAY PATROL-Drama 6 PM HAWAII-FIVE-O-Drama 7 PM MOVIE – Lone Star (1951) 9 PM NORTHERN EXPOSURE-Drama 10 PM WCW WRESTLING 11 PM Coconuts Marx Brothers (1929) 12:30 MOVIE – Tammy & The Bachelor (1957) 2:30 INFOMERCIALS 3 AM SHEPHERD’S CHAPEL-Religion b]62 WJYS (Ind.) 5 AM PAID PROGRAMMING 12 NOON WRESTLING 1 PM MOVIE – Above & Beyond (1952) 3 PM MOVIE – Doctor Jeckyl & Mr. Hyde (1941) 5 PM HIGHWAY TO HEAVEN 6 PM LITTLE HOUSE ON A PRAIRIE 7 PM MOVIE – Solid Gold Cadillac (1956) 9 PM THRILLER 10 PM 12 OCLOCK HIGH 11 PM MOVIE – Little Shop Of Horrors (1960) 1 AM PAID PROGRAMMING 38 WCFC (Christian) Christian Communications Chicago 5 AM AMERICAN SPORTSMAN 5:30 OUTDOORSMAN 6 AM SPORTSMAN SHOWCASE 6:30 REAL FISHING 7 AM AMERICAN BACKYARD 7:30 GARDENING IN AMERICA 8 AM KPTL 8:30 PET PLAYHOUSE 9 AM GERBERT 9:30 DAVEY & GOLIATH 10 AM SUPERBOOK 10:30 FLYING HOUSE 11 AM SOLID ROCK MUSIC VIDEOS 12 NOON BOTTOM LINE 12:30 JUDGE ROY BEANE 1 PM ANNIE OAKLEY 1:30 LIGHTER SIDE OF SPORTS 2 PM FISHING THE WEST 2:30 AMERICAN ANGLER 3 PM OUTDOOR NOTEBOOK 3:30 SIMPLY FISHING 4 PM AMERICAN BACKYARD 4:30 WILD KINGDOM 5 PM OUTDOORS MAGAZINE 6 PM OUTDOORS 6:30 COUNTRY CROSSROADS 7 PM JOHN HAGEE 8 PM DAY OF DISCOVERY 8:30 LLOYD OGLAVIE 9 PM DWIGHT THOMPSON 10 PM WHAT A FELLOWSHIP 11 PM LIBERTY HOUR 12 MID 700 CLUB 1 AM WORLD CHANGERS MINISTRIES 2 AM WORSHIP RetroL Kentucky Monday, February 1, 1982 Red-letter day: David Letterman begins a career as host of a late-night show and is still going strong. From TV Guide, Kentucky Edition: WAVE Ch. 3 Louisville (NBC) 6 AM Today In WAVE Country 7 AM Today (director Arthur Penn discusses his film "Four Friends") 9 AM Richard Simmons 9:30 People's Court 10 AM Regis Philbin (Joan Collins; John Ritter, who co-stars with Ned Beatty in tonight's ABC TV-movie "Pray TV") 10:30 Blockbusters 11 AM Wheel Of Fortune 11:30 Battlestars (Dody Goodman, Stuart Damon, Jenilee Harrison, Skip Stephenson) 12 N Midday 12:30 The Doctors 1 PM Days Of Our Lives 2 PM Another World 3 PM Texas 4 PM Movie: "Executive Action" 5:30 Dark Shadows 6 PM News 7 PM NBC News (John Chancellor) 7:30 Joker's Wild 8 PM Little House On The Prairie 9 PM NBC Movie: "World War III" (conclusion of a two-parter reminiscent of the Cuban missile crisis as the president (Rock Hudson) and the Soviet secretary (Brian Keith) engage in brinkmanship after the U.S. refuses to supply grain to the Soviet people and some Soviet soldiers are discovered on a mysterious mission in Alaska) 11 PM News 11:30 Tonight Show (Mariette Hartley, Rodney Dangerfield, Robert Goulet, Dr. Lendon Smith) 12:30 Late Night With David Letterman (Dave's premiere guests are Bill Murray and Warren Zevon.) 1:30 News WLWT Ch. 5 Cincinnati (NBC) 5:45 Moment Of Meditation 5:50 Good Morning 6 AM Jim Bakker 7 AM Today 9 AM Donahue (topic: image-busting biographies) 10 AM Leave It To The Women (topic: parents of murdered children; Gail Parent is one of the panelists) 10:30 Days Of Our Lives 11:30 Midday 12 N Bob Braun (Dr. Henry Heimlich discusses breakthroughs in the treatment of diabetes; a then-not-very-well-known Bob Saget performs.) 1:30 The Doctors 2 PM Another World 3 PM Texas 4 PM Big Valley 5 PM The Waltons 6 PM News 6:30 NBC News 7 PM Tic Tac Dough 7:30 Joker's Wild 8 PM Little House On The Prairie 9 PM NBC Movie: "World War III" (conclusion) 11 PM News 11:30 Tonight Show 12:30 Late Night With David Letterman WCPO Ch. 9 Cincinnati (CBS) 5:55 Morning Stretch 6:25 Captain Kangaroo (day-behind from 6:30 AM) 6:55 News 7 AM CBS News (Charles Kuralt/Diane Sawyer) 9 AM Uncle Al Town 10 AM One Day At A Time 10:30 Alice (guest Jerry Reed leaves a trophy fish in the fridge, which the waitresses proceed to cut up) 11 AM Price Is Right 12 N Noon Report 1 PM Dark Shadows 1:30 As The World Turns 2:30 Search For Tomorrow 3 PM Guiding Light 4 PM Hour Magazine (interviews with Jane Russell and Maya Angelou; a discussion of epilepsy) 5 PM John Davidson (Fran Tarkenton and Cathy Lee Crosby in a salute to "That's Incredible!") 6 PM News 6:30 CBS News (Dan Rather) 7 PM 7 O'Clock Report 7:30 The New You Asked For It (an Indian cleansing rite performed with needles and nails) 8 PM Mr. Merlin 8:30 Private Benjamin 9 PM M*A*S*H 9:30 House Calls 10 PM Lou Grant 11 PM News 11:30 Quincy 12:40 Banacek 2:20 Wanted: Dead Or Alive 2:50 News WGN Ch. 9 Chicago (Ind.) Listed Eastern Time 6:30 Faith 20 7 AM Top O' The Morning 7:30 Bullwinkle 8 AM Bozo Show 9:30 Bewitched 10 AM Movie: "Here Come The Girls" (Bob Hope, from '54) 12 N Big Valley 1 PM Prisoner: Cell Block H 1:30 Independent Network News (Carter/Scott) 2 PM Dick Van Dyke 2:30 Andy Griffith 3 PM I Dream Of Jeannie 3:30 Gilligan's Island 4 PM Scooby-Doo 4:30 Pink Panther 5 PM Incredible Hulk 6 PM Muppet Show 6:30 Welcome Back, Kotter 7 PM Barney Miller 7:30 Laverne & Shirley & Company 8 PM Kung Fu 9 PM Solid Gold 10 PM Independent Network News 10:30 News 11 PM Barney Miller 11:30 Saturday Night (SNL reruns, cut to an hour) 12:30 Movie: "The Chapman Report" 3 AM News 3:30 Movie: "The Bottom Of The Bottle" 5:30 Mike Douglas WHAS Ch. 11 Louisville (CBS) 6 AM WHAS News Conference (rerun from Sun 6:30 PM) 6:30 Captain Kangaroo 7 AM CBS News 9 AM Young And The Restless (delay from 12:30 PM) 10 AM John Davidson (Neil Sedaka, Marie Osmond) 11 AM Price Is Right 12 N News 12:30 Hour Magazine (same as Ch. 9) 1:30 As The World Turns 2:30 Search For Tomorrow 3 PM Guiding Light 4 PM Andy Griffith 4:30 Hogan's Heroes 5 PM Barney Miller 5:30 M*A*S*H 6 PM News 6:30 CBS News 7 PM Louisville Tonight 7:30 PM Magazine (backyard oil discoveries) 8 PM Mr. Merlin 8:30 Private Benjamin 9 PM M*A*S*H 9:30 House Calls 10 PM Lou Grant 11 PM News 11:30 Quincy 12:40 Banacek 2:20 News WKRC Ch. 12 Cincinnati (ABC) 5:30 Health Field 6 AM Better Way 6:30 Study In The Word With Jimmy Swaggart 7 AM Good Morning America (Ned Beatty talks about "Pray TV") 9 AM Edge Of Night (delay from 4 PM) 9:30 Family Feud (delay from 12 N) 10 AM Mike Douglas (aboard the QE II: Ben Vereen, Pia Zadora) 11 AM Love Boat (passengers: Hope Lange, Richard Mulligan, Allen Ludden) 12 N Extra! (local) 12:30 Ryan's Hope 1 PM All My Children 2 PM One Life To Live 3 PM General Hospital 4 PM Muppet Show (guest: Sandy Duncan) 4:30 Six Million Dollar Man 5:30 News 6:30 ABC World News Tonight 7 PM Entertainment Tonight (first of two with Richard Burton) 7:30 PM Magazine (same as Ch. 11) 8 PM That's Incredible! (a 50-yard dash between two teams, each carrying a three-bedroom house; a 300-mile bicycle trip by a heart-transplant recipient; an 11-year-old boy who survived a flash flood) 9 PM ABC Movie: "Pray TV" (Ned Beatty as a televangelist and John Ritter as the young minister who is his assistant and begins to ask questions about TV ministries: are they religion or entertainment? do they really minister to the needs of individuals? should they exert political influence?) 11 PM News 11:30 Nightline 12 M ABC Movie: "Rebel Of The Road" (a drag racer competes for the national title against the son of the event's sponsor, from '79) 2:15 News WKPC Ch. 15 Louisville (PBS) 7:15 A.M. Weather 7:30 Sesame Street 8:30 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 9 AM Sesame Street 10 AM Natural History Of A Sunbeam 10:30 Up And Coming 11 AM 3-2-1 Contact 11:30 Electric Company 12 N Sesame Street 1 PM Once Upon A Classic 1:30 Over Easy (guest: actress Eva LeGallienne) 2 PM Kup's Show 3 PM Photo Show 3:30 Lilias, Yoga And You 4 PM Sesame Street 5 PM Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 5:30 Electric Company 6 PM Indiana Lawmakers (probably a report from the Indiana legislature) 6:30 Over Easy (guest: Morey Amsterdam) 7 PM MacNeil/Lehrer Report 7:30 Nightly Business Report 8 PM Great Performances: "Brideshead Revisited" (Part 3) 9 PM Bernstein/Beethoven (Leonard Bernstein leads the Vienna Philharmonic in Beethoven's Symphony No. 2 in D Major.) 10 PM Non Fiction Television (how industrialization is changing the rural West) 11 PM Dick Cavett (guest: singer Barbara Cook) 11:30 Captioned ABC News 12 M PBS Latenight (Guardians Angels Curtis and Lisa Sliwa) sign off 1 AM WTBS (WPCH) Ch. 17 Atlanta (Ind.) 6 AM News 7:05 Fun Time 8:05 I Dream Of Jeannie 8:35 My Three Sons 9:05 Movie: "Hellcats Of The Navy" (Ronald and Nancy Reagan appeared together in this one from '57) 11:05 Movie: "Angel Face" (not "Angels With Dirty Faces," this one's from '52 with Robert Mitchum and Jean Simmons) 1:05 Movie: "Apache" (Western with Burt Lancaster and Jean Peters, from '54) 3:05 Fun Time 3:35 Flintstones 4:05 Munsters 4:35 Leave It To Beaver 5:05 Brady Bunch 5:35 Beverly Hillbillies 6:05 Andy Griffith 6:35 Gomer Pyle, USMC 7:05 Carol Burnett And Friends 7:35 Sanford And Son 8:05 Movie: "Paint Your Wagon" 11:05 News 12:05 Movie: "Tender Is The Night" 3:10 Movie: "She Couldn't Say No" WLEX Ch. 18 Lexington (NBC) 6 AM Jim Bakker 7 AM Today 9 AM Donahue (same as Ch. 5) 10 AM Regis Philbin 10:30 Days Of Our Lives 11:30 Battlestars 12 N Noon Today 12:30 Bob Braun (Phil Cole discusses his book, "Cooking For Dummies," day-behind) 1:30 The Doctors 2 PM Another World 3 PM Texas 4 PM I Love Lucy 4:30 Scooby-Doo 5 PM Beverly Hillbillies 5:30 News 6:30 NBC News 7 PM Family Feud 7:30 Muppet Show (guest: Brooke Shields) 8 PM Little House On The Prairie 9 PM NBC Movie: "World War III" (conclusion) 11 PM News 11:30 Tonight Show 12:30 Late Night With David Letterman 1:30 Take Five WXIX Ch. 19 Cincinnati (Ind.) 6:15 Perspective 7 AM Popeye 7:30 Great Space Coaster 8 AM Spiderman 8:30 Groovie Goolies 9 AM Tom And Jerry 9:30 Woody Woodpecker 10 AM Bewitched 10:30 Brady Bunch 11 AM My Three Sons 11:30 Make Room For Daddy 12 N Merv Griffin 1 PM Movie: "The Helen Morgan Story" 3 PM Scooby-Doo 3:30 Tom And Jerry 4 PM Flintstones 4:30 Gilligan's Island 5 PM Wonder Woman 6 PM Happy Days Again 6:30 Barney Miller 7 PM M*A*S*H 7:30 Sports Monday With Tom Kelly 8 PM College Basketball: Tulane-Florida State 10 PM All In The Family (time approximate) 10:30 Carol Burnett And Friends 11 PM M*A*S*H 11:30 Rockford Files 12:30 Gunsmoke WKYT Ch. 27 Lexington (CBS) 6 AM Town And Country 7 AM CBS News 9 AM Hour Magazine (Rick Springfield; Herb Cohen, author of "You Can Negotiate Anything"; a stress test for children) 10 AM One Day At A Time 10:30 Alice 11 AM Price Is Right 12 N Here's Lucy 12:30 Young And The Restless 1:30 As The World Turns 2:30 Search For Tomorrow 3 PM Guiding Light 4 PM Andy Griffith 4:30 Laverne & Shirley & Company 5 PM News 6:30 CBS News 7 PM PM Magazine (same as Ch. 11) 7:30 M*A*S*H 8 PM Mr. Merlin 8:30 Private Benjamin 9 PM M*A*S*H 9:30 House Calls 10 PM Lou Grant 11 PM News 11:30 Quincy 12:40 Banacek WLKY 32 Alive Louisville (ABC) 6:30 Study In The Word With Jimmy Swaggart 7 AM Good Morning America 9 AM Donahue (guest: John Ehrlichman) 10 AM Family Feud 10:30 Edge Of Night 11 AM Love Boat 12 N Happy Days Again 12:30 Ryan's Hope 1 PM All My Children 2 PM One Life To Live 3 PM General Hospital 4 PM Laverne & Shirley & Company 4:30 The Waltons 5:30 News 6 PM ABC World News Tonight 6:30 Muppet Show (guest: Paul Williams) 7 PM Family Feud 7:30 The New You Asked For It (same as Ch. 9) 8 PM That's Incredible! 9 PM ABC Movie: "Pray TV" 11 PM News 11:30 Dave Allen At Large 12 M Nightline 12:30 ABC Movie: "Rebel Of The Road" WTVQ Ch. 36 Lexington (ABC) 5:30 700 Club 6:30 Morning Stretch 7 AM Good Morning America 9 AM Marcus Welby, M.D. 10 AM Mary Tyler Moore 10:30 Good Times 11 AM Love Boat 12 N Richard Simmons 12:30 Ryan's Hope 1 PM All My Children 2 PM One Life To Live 3 PM General Hospital 4 PM Tom And Jerry And Friends 4:30 Carter Country 5 PM News 5:30 The Jeffersons 6 PM ABC World News Tonight 6:30 Happy Days Again 7 PM The New You Asked For It (same as Ch. 9) 7:30 What's Happening!! 8 PM That's Incredible! 9 PM ABC Movie: "Pray TV" 11 PM News 11:30 All In The Family 12 M Nightline 12:30 Six Million Dollar Man WDRB Ch. 41 Louisville (Ind.) 7:15 News 7:30 Great Space Coaster 8 AM Jim Bakker 9 AM News/Introspect 9:30 Health Field 10 AM 700 Club 11:30 Bewitched 12 N Movie: "The Last Days Of Pompeii" 2 PM Bob Braun (consumer expert Jon McClure, author of "Making Ends Meet"; Dr. Joseph Bark discusses winter skin care, two days behind) 3 PM Woody Woodpecker 3:30 Popeye 4 PM Leave It To Beaver 4:30 Gilligan's Island 5 PM Pink Panther 5:30 Here's Lucy 6 PM The Jeffersons 6:30 Sanford And Son 7 PM Charlie's Angels 8 PM College Basketball: Tulane-Florida State 10 PM Independent Network News (time approximate) 10:30 Sports Call 11 PM Saturday Night (Peter Cook, Dudley Moore, Neil Sedaka) 12 M Movie: "Thunder In The Sun" KET Kentucky Educational Television (WKZT/23 Elizabethtown; WKSO/29 Somerset; WKMR/38 Morehead; WKLE/46 Lexington; WKON/52 Owenton; WCVN/54 Covington; WKMJ/68 Louisville) (PBS) In-school programs until 3:30 Communicating Through Literature 4 PM Sesame Street 5 PM Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 5:30 Electric Company 6 PM 3-2-1 Contact 6:30 Simple Gifts (alternatives to IQ tests to identify the gifted) 7 PM MacNeil/Lehrer Report 7:30 1982 Kentucky General Assembly 8:30 Making It Count 9 PM Great Performances (same as Ch. 15) 10 PM Bernstein/Beethoven sign off 11 PM Retro: Chicago - Fall 1994 - Weekdays October 3-7, 1994 - Chicago - taken from Chicago TV Guide Some changes about to occur - WGN would be WB in January 95 only affecting one night for that time, WGN had dumped weekday kids programming all at once both morning and afternoon for News in mornings and more reality shows middays, just a month before. WPWR would take UPN shows in january affecting 2 nights a week. WGBO just as it begins to become a good station would be sold to Univision and become a Spanish Station - 26 WCIU though would pick up WGBO's shows, retain their morning business news programs but the rest of the day become a general entertainment station taking Kids WB in the Fall of 95. Channel 62 would also try its hand at entertainment programming and not fare well. Here is the fall of 1994 back when a decent amount of classic shows still aired locally and kids shows were at their peak. October 1-7, 1994 2 WBBM-TV (CBS) CBS Monday-Friday 5 AM CHANNEL 2 NEWS 6 AM CBS NEWS 6:30 CHANNEL 2 NEWS 7 AM CBS NEWS THIS MORNING 9 AM REGIS & KATHY LEE-Talk 10 AM PRICE IS RIGHT-Game 11 AM YOUNG & THE RESTLESS-Serial 12 NOON CHANNEL 2 NEWS 12:30 BOLD & THE BEAUTIFUL-Serial 1 PM AS THE WORLD TURNS-Serial 2 PM GUIDING LIGHT-Serial 3 PM FAMILY FEUD-Game 3:30 NEW PRICE IS RIGHT-Game 4 PM AMERICAN JOURNAL-Magazine 4:30 CHANNEL 2 NEWS 5 PM CHANNEL 2 NEWS 5:30 CBS NEWS 6 PM CHANNEL 2 NEWS 6:30 ENTERTAINMENT TONIGHT Monday 7 PM DAVE’S WORLD-Comedy 7:30 THE NANNY-Comedy 8 PM MURPHY BROWN-Comedy 8:30 LOVE AND WAR-Comedy 9 PM NORTHERN EXPOSURE-Drama Tuesday 7 PM RESCUE 911-Drama 8 PM CBS MOVIE – Gambler Playing For Keeps Part 2 Wednesday 7 PM COUNTRY MUSIC ASSOCIATION AWARDS-Special Normally airing 7 PM BOYS ARE BACK-Comedy 7:30 DADDY’S GIRLS-Comedy 8 PM TOUCHED BY AN ANGEL-Drama 9 PM 48 HOURS-Magazine Thursday 7 PM DUE SOUTH-Drama 8 PM CONNIE CHUNG-Magazine 9 PM CHICAGO HOPE-Drama Friday 7 PM DIAGNOSIS MURDER-Drama 8 PM UNDER SUSPICION-Drama 9 PM PICKET FENCES-Drama Monday/Early Tuesday-Friday/Early Saturday 10 PM CHANNEL 2 NEWS 10:30 DAVID LETTERMAN-Variety 11:30 CURRENT AFFAIR-Newsmagazine 12 MID AMERICAN JOURNAL-Newsmagazine 12:30 TOP COPS-Drama 1 AM ENTERTAINMENT TONIGHT-Magazine 1:30 SWEATING BULLETS-Drama (Early Tues; Early Fri) FLY BY NIGHT-Drama (Early Wed) EXILE-Drama (Early Thurs) KIDS IN THE HALL-Drama (Early Sat) 2:30 CHANNEL 2 NEWS 3 AM CBS NEWS UP TO THE MINUTE (Early Tues-Early Fri) 227-Comedy (Early Sat) 3:30 227-Comedy (Early Sat) 4 AM ENTERTAINMENT TONIGHT (Early Sat) 5 WMAQ-TV (NBC) NBC Monday-Friday 5 AM NEWSCENTER 5 NEWS 5:30 NBC NEWS 6 AM NEWSCENTER 5 NEWS 7 AM TODAY-Couric/Gumbell 9 AM JANE WHITNEY-Talk 10 AM LEEZA-Talk 11 AM DAYS OF OUR LIVES-Serial 12 NOON ANOTHER WORLD-Serial 1 PM JERRY SPRINGER-Talk 2 PM SALLY JESSIE RAPHAEL-Talk 3 PM PHIL DONAHUE-Talk 4 PM HARD COPY-Magazine 4:30 NEWSCENTER 5 NEWS 5 PM NEWSCENTER 5 NEWS 5:30 NBC NEWS 6 PM NEWSCENTER 5 NEWS 6:30 MARRIED WITH CHILDREN-Comedy Monday 7 PM FRESH PRINCE-Comedy 7:30 BLOSSOM-Comedy 8 PM NBC MOVIE – Someone She Knows (1994) Tuesday 7 PM WINGS-Comedy 7:30 MARTIN SHORT-Comedy 8 PM FRASIER-Comedy 8:30 JOHN LARROQUETTE-Comedy 9 PM DATELINE NBC-Newsmagazine Wednesday 7 PM COSBY’S MYSTERIES-Drama 8 PM DATELINE NBC-Newsmagazine 9 PM LAW & ORDER-Drama Thursday 7 PM MAD ABOUT YOU-Comedy 7:30 FRIENDS-Comedy 8 PM MY SO CALLED LIFE-Comedy 8:30 MADMEN/PEOPLE-Comedy 9 PM ER-Drama Friday 7 PM NBC MOVIE – Saved By The Bell: Wedding In Vegas (1994) 9 PM TV CENSORED BLOOPERS Monday/Early Tuesday-Friday/Early Saturday 10 PM NEWSCENTER 5 NEWS 10:30 JAY LENO-Variety 12:30 CONAN OBRIAN-Variety 1:30 GREG KINNEAR-Talk 2 AM NEWSCENTER 5 NEWS 3 AM NBC NEWS NIGHTSIDE 7 WLS-TV (ABC) ABC Monday-Friday 5 AM EYEWITNESS NEWS 5:30 ABC NEWS 6 AM EYEWITNESS NEWS 7 AM GOOD MORNING AMERICA-Gibson/Lundon 9 AM OPRAH WINFREY-Talk 10 AM MIKE & MATY-Talk 11 AM EYEWITNESS NEWS 11:30 LOVING-Serial 12 NOON ALL MY CHILDREN-Serial 1 PM ONE LIFE TO LIVE-Serial 2 PM GENERAL HOSPITAL-Serial 3 PM INSIDE EDITION-Newsmagazine 3:30 JEOPARDY-Game 4 PM EYEWITNESS NEWS 5 PM EYEWITNESS NEWS 5:30 ABC NEWS 6 PM EYEWITNESS NEWS 6:30 WHEEL OF FORTUNE-Game Monday 7 PM COACH-Comedy 7:30 BLUE SKIES-Comedy 8 PM MONDAY NIGHT FOOTBALL – Houston Oilers At Pittsburgh Steelers 11 PM EYEWITNESS NEWS 11:30 NIGHTLINE-Ted Kopel Tuesday 7 PM FULL HOUSE-Comedy 7:30 ME AND THE BOYS-Comedy 8 PM HOME IMPROVEMENT-Comedy 8:30 GRACE UNDER FIRE-Comedy 9 PM NYPD BLUE-Drama Wednesday 7 PM THUNDER ALLY-Comedy 7:30 ALL AMERICAN GIRL-Comedy 8 PM ROSEANNE-Comedy 8:30 ELLEN-Comedy 9 PM TURNING POINT-Newsmagazine Thursday 7 PM MY SO CALLED LIFE-Comedy 8 PM BILLY RAY CYRAS: ON THE ROAD MCKENNA NORMALLY AIRS HERE 9 PM PRIME TIME LIVE-Newsmagazine Friday 7 PM FAMILY MATTERS-Comedy 7:30 STEP BY STEP-Comedy 8 PM BOY MEETS WORLD-Comedy 8:30 HANGING WITH MR COOPER-Comedy 9 PM 20/20-Newsmagazine Tuesday/Early Wednesday-Friday/Early Saturday 10 PM EYEWITNESS NEWS 10:30 NIGHTLINE-Ted Kopel 11 PM SUZANNE SOMERS-Talk Early Tuesday/Early Saturday 12 MID ROLANDA-Talk 1 AM LAST CALL (Except Early Tuesday) SUZANNE SOMERS (Early Tuesday) 1:30 JEOPARDY-Game (Except Early Tuesday) 2 AM EYEWITNESS NEWS 2:30 ABC WORLD NEWS NOW (Except Friday/Early Saturday) LAST CALL (Early Saturday) 3 AM IN CONCERT (Early Saturday) 4 AM HAWKEYE-Drama 9 WGN-TV (Ind.) Tribune (To Be WB) Monday-Friday 5 AM KENNETH COPELAND-Religion 5:30 HEAD OF THE CLASS-Comedy 6 AM PERFECT STRANGERS-Comedy 6:30 A DIFFERENT WORLD-Comedy 7 AM WGN NEWS 8 AM MARILU-Talk 9 AM ANDY GRIFFITH-Comedy 9:30 ANDY GRIFFITH-Comedy 10 AM JENNY JONES-Talk 11 AM GERALDO-Talk 12 NOON WGN NEWS 1 PM MAURY POVICH-Talk 2 PM JENNY JONES-Talk 3 PM JONES & JURY-Drama 3:30 SAVED BY THE BELL-Comedy 4 PM GOLDEN GIRLS-Comedy 4:30 EMPTY NEST-Comedy 5 PM FULL HOUSE-Comedy 5:30 FULL HOUSE-Comedy 6 PM CHEERS-Comedy 6:30 COACH-Comedy 7 PM MOVIE – Betsy’s Wedding (1990) Mon Burglar (1987) Tues Stripes (1981) Wed Vanishing Son (1991) Thurs Harry & The Hendersons (1987) Fri 9 PM WGN NEWS 10 PM NIGHT COURT-Comedy 10:30 CHEERS-Comedy 11 PM MURPHY BROWN-Comedy 11:30 JEFFERSONS-Comedy 12 MID IN THE HEAT OF THE NIGHT-Drama 1 AM BEVERLY HILLBILLIES-Comedy 1:30 DICK VAN DYKE-Comedy 2 AM WGN NEWS 3 AM MOVIE – Cross Creek (1983) Early Tues Cheyenne Social Club (1970) Early Wed Night Of The Fox (1980) Early Thurs / Early Fri (Part 2) Street Smart (1987) Early Sat 32 WFLD (Fox) Fox Monday-Friday 5 AM GORDON ELLIOT-Talk 6 AM FOX 32 NEWS 7 AM FOX THING IN THE MORNING 9 AM I LOVE LUCY-Comedy 9:30 I LOVE LUCY-Comedy 10 AM FAMILY MATTERS-Comedy 10:30 THREE’S COMPANY-Comedy 11 AM FOX 32 NEWS 11:30 RUSH LIMBAUGH-Talk 12 NOON GORDON ELLIOT-Talk 1 PM JUDGE FOR YOURSELF-Talk 2 PM CLUBHOUSE-Children 2:30 BOBBY’S WORLD-Cartoon 3 PM TINY TOONS-Cartoons 3:30 TAZMNANIA-Cartoons 4 PM ANIMANIACS-Cartoons 4:30 POWER RANGERS-Fantasy 5 PM FAMILY MATTERS-Comedy 5:30 WONDER YEARS-Comedy 6 PM COSBY SHOW-Comedy 6:30 SIMPSONS-Cartoon Monday 8 PM MELROSE PLACE-Drama 9 PM PARTY OF 5-Drama Tuesday 8 PM MOVIE – The Super (1991) Wednesday 7 PM BEVERLY HILLS 90210-Drama 8 PM MELROSE PLACE-Drama Thursday 7 PM MARTIN-Comedy 7:30 LIVING SINGLE-Comedy 8 PM NEW YORK UNDERCOVER-Drama Friday 7 PM MANTIS-Drama 8 PM X FILES-Drama Monday-Friday 9 PM FOX 32 NEWS 10 PM M*A*S*H-Comedy 10:30 COPS-Drama 11 PM I LOVE LUCY-Comedy 11:30 RUSH LIMBAUGH-Talk 12 MID THREE’S COMPANY-Comedy 12:30 M*A*S*H-Comedy 1 AM FOX 32 NEWS 2 AM SIMON & SIMON-Drama 3 AM MOVIE – Sweet Hearts Dance (1988) Early Tues That Certain Feeling (1966) Early Wed 7 Year Itch (1956) Early Thurs The Fighter (1983) Early Fri Tora Tora Tora (1970) Early Sat 50 WPWR (Ind.) Newsweb (To Be UPN) Monday-Friday 5 AM FACTS OF LIFE-Comedy 5:30 CAPTAIN PLANET-Cartoons 6 AM BUGS BUNNY & POPEYE-Cartoons 6:30 TOM & JERRY-Cartoons 7 AM BIKER MICE-Cartoons 7:30 SONIC THE HEDGEHOG-Cartoon 8 AM CONAN THE ADVENTURER-Cartoon 8:30 PINK PANTHER-Cartoons 9 AM LEAVE IT TO BEAVER-Comedy 9:30 DIFF’RENT STROKES-Comedy 10 AM SILVER SPOONS-Comedy 10:30 GIMME A BREAK-Comedy 11 AM HAPPY DAYS-Comedy 11:30 SUSAN POWDER-Talk 12 NOON RICKII LAKE-Talk 1 PM MONTEL WILLIAMS-Talk 2 PM FAMILY FEUD-Game 2:30 DOOGIE HOUSER MD-Comedy 3 PM DARKWING DUCK-Cartoons 3:30 GOOF TROOP-Cartoons 4 PM BONKERS-Cartoons 4:30 ALLADIN-Cartoons 5 PM FRESH PRINCE-Comedy 5:30 WHO’S THE BOSS-Comedy 6 PM STAR TREK: NEXT GENERATION-Science Fiction Monday 7 PM REGEGADE-Drama 7 PM BAYWATCH-Drama Tuesday 7 PM MOVIE – Hurricane Smith (1990) Wednesday 7 PM BABYLON 5-Drama 8 PM KUNG FU: LEGEND CONTINUES-Drama Thursday 7 PM HEAVEN HELP US-Drama 8 PM ROBIN’S HOODS-Drama Friday 7 PM LONESOME DOVE-Drama 8 PM SIRENS-Drama Monday-Friday 9 PM WHAT’S HAPPENING-Comedy 9:30 GOOD TIMES-Comedy 10 PM ROSEANNE-Comedy 10:30 ALL IN THE FAMILY-Comedy 11 PM HONEYMOONERS-Comedy 11:30 AMEN-Comedy 12 MID JON STEWART-Talk 1 AM HOGAN’S HEROES-Comedy 1:30 TAXI-Comedy 2 AM SANFORD & SON-Comedy 2:30 ALL IN THE FAMILY-Comedy 3 AM RICKII LAKE-Talk 4 AM MONTEL WILLIAMS-Talk 66 WGBO (Ind.) Combined (Sale To Univision and format change to Spanish Pends) Monday-Friday 5 AM CASPER-Cartoons 5:30 MIGHTY MOUSE-Cartoons 6 AM EXOSQUAD-Cartoons 6:30 WOODY WOODPECKER-Cartoons 7 AM YOGI & FRIENDS-Cartoons 7:30 SCOOBY DOO-Cartoon 8 AM JETSONS-Cartoon 8:30 FLINTSTONES-Cartoon 9 AM VR TROOPERS 9:30 SYBER SQUAD 10 AM INFOMERCIALS 12 NOON BEWITCHED-Comedy 12:30 MISTER ED-Comedy 1 PM I DREAM OF JEANNIE-Comedy 1:30 PARTRIDGE FAMILY-Comedy 2 PM BOTS MASTER-Cartoon 2:30 MIGHTY MAX-Cartoon 3 PM SCOOBY DOO-Cartoon 3:30 GARFIELD-Cartoon 4 PM DENNIS THE MENACE-Cartoon 4:30 FLINTSTONES-Cartoon 5 PM BRADY BUNCH-Comedy 5:30 LAVERNE & SHIRLEY-Comedy 6 PM BEVERLY HILLS 90210-Drama 7 PM GUNSMOKE-Western 8 PM BONANZA-Western 9 PM MATLOCK-Drama 10 PM RESCUE 911-Drama 10:30 HIGHWAY PATROL REAL STORIES-Drama 11 PM LOVE CONNECTION 11:30 BENNY HILL-Comedy 12 MID HAWAII FIVE-O-Drama 1 AM INFOMERCIALS 26 WCUI (Business News/Univision) Wiegel (To become English Speaking Independent) Monday-Friday 5 AM SHEPHERD’S CHAPEL 6 AM FAITH 20 6:30 JIMMY SWAGGART 7 AM 700 CLUB 8 AM MARKETWATCH/NEWS/ASK AN EXPERT 3 PM MARKET WRAP UP 3:30 UNIVISION PROGRAMMING BEGINS – CHESPIRITO 4:30 PRIMIER IMPACTO 5:30 NOTICIERO 6 PM VOLVER A EMPEZAR 7 PM BUSACANDO EL PARISA Monday 8 PM AGUJETAS DE COLOR DE ROSA 9 PM CHRISTINA 10 PM NOTICAS 10:30 CHRISTINA 11:30 LLEVATELO 12:30 NOTECIERO UNIVISION 1 AM CHAVO 1:30 INFOMERCIALS – En Espanol 2 AM INFOMERCIALS – In English 3 AM SHEPHERD’S CHAPEL 38 WCFC (Christian) Christian Communications Chicagoland Monday-Friday 5 AM 700 CLUB 6 AM FAMILY FITNESS 6:30 LIFE LESSONS 7 AM MORRIS CERULLO 7:30 JAMES ROBINSON 8 AM LIFE TODAY 8:30 KENNETH COPELAND 9 AM 700 CLUB 10 AM MARYLIN HICKEY 10:30 LESTER SUMRALL 11 AM AMONG FRIENDS 12 NOON FAMILY FITNESS 12:30 LARRY LEA 1 PM 100 HUNTLEY STREET 2 PM COPE 3 PM 700 CLUB 4 PM OZZIE & HARRIETT-Comedy 4:30 SUPERBOOK-Cartoon 5 PM KPTL (Mon) PET PLAYHOUSE (Tues) 9 AM GERBERT (Wed) 9:30 DAVEY & GOLIATH (Thurs) JOY JUNCTION (Fri) 5:30 FLYING HOUSE 6 PM SOLID ROCK VIDEOS 6:30 NEWS 7 PM 700 CLUB 8 PM VARIOUS CHRISTIAN PROGRAMS 10 PM AMONG FRIENDS 11 PM BENNY HINN 11:30 JAMES ROBINSON 12 MID LIFE TODAY 12:30 JAMES ROBINSON 1 AM 700 CLUB 2 AM AMONG FRIENDS 3 AM WORSHIP Retro Chicago - Fall 1994 Sunday Chicago - October 2, 1994 Sunday - Taken From Chicago TV Guide 2 WBBM-TV (CBS) CBS Sunday 5 AM SUPER SPORTS FOLLIES 5:30 AMERICAN BUSINESS JOURNAL 6 AM EYE ON 6:30 SPEAK OUT 7 AM SINGSTATION-Gospel Music 7:30 ROBERT SCHULLER-Religion 8 AM CBS NEWS SUNDAY MORNING9:30 MARTHA STEWART-Talk 10 AM NEWSMAKERS-Talk 10:30 FACE THE NATION-Interview 11 AM DAVE WANNSEDT 11:30 CHICAGO BEARS TODAY 12 NOON NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC 1 PM MOVIE – Hijacking Of Archie Lauro (1989) 3 PM MOVIE – Another Woman (1991) 5 PM CHANNEL 2 NEWS 5:30 CBS NEWS 6 PM 60 MINUTES-Newsmagazine 7 PM MURDER SHE WROTE-Drama 8 PM CBS MOVIE – Gambler: Playing For Keeps Part 1 (1994) 10 PM CHANNEL 2 NEWS 10:30 CHICAGO BEARS EXTRA 11 PM CBS NEWS 11:30 ENTERTAINMENT TONIGHT-Newsmagazine 12:30 227-Comedy 1 AM FOREVER KNIGHT-Drama 2 AM COURT TV-Drama 2:30 CBS NEWS UP TO THE MINUTE 5 WMAQ-TV (NBC) NBC Sunday 5 AM BLACK FORUM 5:30 WALL STREET JOURNAL REPORT 6 AM NEWSCENTER 5 NEWS 7 AM SUNDAY TODAY 8 AM NEWSCENTER 5 NEWS 9 AM MEET THE PRESS-Interview 10 AM CITY DESK 10:30 SAVED BY THE BELL-Comedy 11 AM NAME YOUR ADVENTURE-Children 11:30 NFL LIVE 12 NOON EMERGENCY CALL 12:30 CRUSADERS-Drama 1:30 IMAGES & REALITIES 2:30 CHICAGO BEARS PRE GAME SHOW 3 PM NFL FOOTBALL – Buffalo Bills At Chicago Bears 6 PM UNSOLVED MYSTERIES-Drama 7 PM SEAQUEST DSV-Drama 8 PM NBC MOVIE – Jack Reed: A Search For Justice (1994) 10 PM NEWSCENTER 5 NEWS 10:30 BEARS EXTRA 11 PM GEORGE MICHAEL SPORTS MACHINE 11:30 CRUSADERS-Drama 12:30 EMERGENCY CALL 1 AM SPORTS SUNDAY 1:30 NEWSCENTER 5 NEWS 2 AM NBC NEWS NIGHTSIDE 7 WLS-TV (ABC) ABC Sunday 5 AM CHRISTOPHER CLOSEUP 5:30 TRAVEL TRAVEL 6 AM THIS IS THE LIFE 6:30 FACE TO FACE 7 AM SANCTURAY 7:30 WEEKEND 8 AM GOOD MORNING AMERICA SUNDAY 9 AM EYEWITNESS NEWS 10 AM MAIN FLOOR 10:30 EYEWITNESS NEWS FORUM 11 AM THIS WEEK WITH DAVID BRINKLY 12 NOON EYEWITNESS NEWS 12:30 WEEKEND 1 PM FACE TO FACE 1:30 MOVIE – Room Service (1938) 3 PM MOVIE – Back To The Beach (1987) 5 PM EYEWITNESS NEWS 5:30 ABC NEWS 6 PM AMERICA’S FUNNIEST HOME VIDEOS-Comedy 6:30 ON OUR OWN-Comedy 7 PM LOIS & CLARK-Adventure 8 PM ABC MOVIE – For The Love Of Nancy (1994) 10 PM EYEWITNESS NEWS 10:30 INSIDE EDITION-Newsmagazine 11 PM MOVIE – Long Way Home (1981) 1 AM HAWKEYE-Drama 2 AM EYEWITNESS NEWS 2:30 ABC WORLD NEWS NOW 9 WGN-TV (Ind.) Tribune (To Be WB) Sunday 5 AM FEED THE CHILDREN 6 AM MADISON’S ADVENTURES-Children 6:30 DUCKTALES-Cartoon 7 AM CHIP & DALES-Cartoon 7:30 TALE SPIN-Cartoon 8 AM BOZO THE CLOWN SUPER SUNDAY-Children 10 AM TALE SPIN-Cartoon 10:30 GLADIATORS 2000-Children 11 AM ANDY GRIFFITH-Comedy 11:30 ANDY GRIFFITH-Comedy 12 NOON LIFESTYLES OF THE RICH & FAMOUS 1 PM MOVIE – Tale Of 2 Mrs. Grenvilles (1987) 5 PM MOVIE – Biloxi Blues (1988) 7 PM THE ROAD-Music 8 PM STAR TREK: DEEP SPACE 9-Science Fiction 9 PM WGN NEWS 10 PM HUNTER-Drama 11 PM HUNTER-Drama 12 MID THE ROAD-Music 1 AM ST ELSEWHERE-Drama 2 AM ST ELSEWHERE-Drama 3 AM HILL STREET BLUES-Drama 4 AM UNTOUCHABLES-Drama 32 WFLD (Fox) Fox Sunday 5 AM SUNDAY MASS 5:30 ESTA SEMANA 6 AM JIMMY SWAGGART 7 AM IN TOUCH 8 AM D JAMES KENNEDY 9 AM BLADE WARRIORS 10 AM THIS IS THE NFL 10:30 BEARS SUNDAY LIVE 11 AM FOX NFL LIVE 12 NOON NFL FOOTBALL – Green Bay At New England 3 PM MOVIE – Survivors (1983) 5 PM WWF WRESTLING 6 PM FORTUNE HUNTER-Drama 7 PM SIMPSONS-Cartoon 7:30 HARDBALL-Comedy 8 PM MARRIED WITH CHILDREN-Comedy 8:30 WILD OATES-Comedy 9 PM FOX 32 NEWS 10 PM M*A*S*H-Comedy 11:30 I LOVE LUCY-Comedy 11 PM MOVIE – Heaven Can Wait (1978) 1 AM MOVIE – All About Eve (1951) 3 AM MOVIE – Last Tycoon (1976) 50 WPWR (Ind.) Newsweb (To Be UPN) Sunday 5 AM DEATH VALLEY DAYS 5:30 CISCO KID-Western 6 AM BLINKY BILL-Children 6:30 CREEPY CRAWLERS-Cartoons 7 AM KING ARTHUR-Cartoons 7:30 STARCOM-Cartoon 8 AM DOUBLE DRAGON-Cartoon 8:30 POPEYE-Cartoons 9 AM BABY HUEY-Cartoons 9:30 MUTANT LEAGUE-Cartoon 10 AM IORN MAN-Cartoon 10:30 FANTASTIC FOUR-Cartoon 11 AM LITTLE RASCALS-Comedy 12 NOON THREE STOOGES-Comedy 1 PM MOVIE – Hot To Trot (1988) 3 PM MOVIE – Meatballs (1979) 5 PM BAYWATCH-Adventure 6 PM STAR TREK: NEXT GENERATION-Science Fiction 7 PM STAR TREK-Science Fiction 8 PM THREE STOOGES-Comedy 9 PM THUNDER IN PARADISE-Drama 10 PM BEACH CLASH-Drama 11 PM WCW WRESTLING 12 MID STAR TREK-Science Fiction 1 AM MOVIE – Tin Pan Alley (1940) 3 AM MOVIE – Return Of Man Called Horse (1976) 66 WGBO (Ind.) Combined (Sale To Univision and format change to Spanish Pends) Sunday 5 AM AG DAY 5:30 ITS YOUR BUSINESS 6 AM IN TOUCH 7 AM JERRY FAWELL 8 AM SUNDAY MASS 8:30 JETSONS-Cartoon 9 AM YOGI & FRIENDS-Cartoon 9:30 SCOOBY DOO-Cartoon 10 AM SWAT CATS-Cartoon 10:30 2 STUPID DOGS-Cartoon 11 AM FLINTSTONES-Cartoon 11:30 BRADY BUNCH-Comedy 12 NOON LAVERNE & SHIRLEY-Comedy 12:30 BEWITCHED-Comedy 1 PM GUNSMOKE-Western 2 PM BONANZA-Western 3 PM MOVIE – Robbery Under Arms (1978) 5 PM MAGNUM PI-Drama 6 PM HAWAII-FIVE-O-Drama 7 PM CANNON-Drama 8 PM MOVIE – Logan’s Run (1976) 10 PM GUNSMOKE-Western 11 PM WRESTLING 12 MID INFOMERCIALS 26 WCUI (Business News/Univision) Wiegel (To become English Speaking Independent) Sunday 5 AM INFOMERCIALS 6 AM JAMES ROBINSON 6:30 BENNY HINN 7 AM JIMMY SWAGGART 8 AM FRED PRICE 9 AM KENNETH COPELAND 10 AM ROBERT SCHULLER 11 AM IN TOUCH 12 NOON KEY OF DAVID 12:30 DAY OF DISCOVERY 1 PM HOLY WAY HOUR 2 PM CHRISTIAN TOWN HALL 2:30 LLOYD OGLAVIE 3 PM GREEK TV 5 PM UNIVISION PROGRAMMING – NOTICIERO 6 PM SIEMPRE EN DOMINGO 7 PM CARMARA INFRAGANTI 7:30 LENTE LOCO 8 PM PELICULA – Sera anunciada 10 PM DEPORTIVOS 11 PM PELICULA – El Contrabando Del Paso 1 AM INFOMERCIALS – En Espanol 2 AM INFOMERCIALS – In English 38 WCFC (Christian) Christian Communications Chicagoland Sunday 5 AM 700 CLUB 6 AM AMONG FRIENDS 7 AM IN TOUCH 8 AM CHANGED LIVES 8:30 DAY OF DISCOVERY 9 AM LIBERTY HOUR 10 AM MONUMENT OF FAITH 11 AM ANOINTED HOUR 12 NOON ORAL ROBERTS 12:30 JACK HAYFORD 1 PM JERUSELEM ON LINE 1:30 CHRISTIAN TOWN HALL 2 PM FAMILY SHOWCASE 3 PM INSPIRATION TIME 3:30 JEWISH JEWELLS 4 PM WORLD HARVEST CHURCH 5 PM QUENTON ROAD 6 PM WALK OF FAITH 6:30 MIDWEST ALIVE 7 PM D JAMES KENNEDY 8 PM REJOICE IN THE LORD 9 PM IN TOUCH 10 PM JOHN ANKERBERG 10:30 CHANGED LIVES 11 PM 700 CLUB 12 MID AMONG FRIENDS 1 AM SIGN OFF Retro: Joplin/Pittsburg Sat, Nov 12, 1988 from Pittsburg Morning Sun WDAF 4-NBC Kansas City (Pittsburg cable 24) 6:30 Romper Room 7:00 Kissyfur 7:30 Disney's Adventures of the Gummi Bears 8:00 Smurfs 9:00 Alvin & the Chipmunks 9:30 ALF (animated) 10:30 Completely Mental Misadventures of Ed Grimley 11:00 Punky Brewster/New Archies noon Star Search 1:00 Triple Threat 1:30 Missouri Outdoors 2:00 PBA Bowling: True Value Open (from Indy) 3:30 NBC SportsWorld 5:00 News 5:30 NBC Nightly News 6:00 Hee Haw 7:00 227 7:30 Amen 8:00 Golden Girls 8:30 Empty Nest 9:00 Hunter 10:00 News 10:30 Saturday Night Live (host Demi Moore, music from Johnny Clegg and Savuka) mid. WWF Wrestling (no details as to which McMahon program aired on ch 4) KCTV 5-CBS Kansas City (Pittsburg cable 25) 5:00 Dukes of Hazzard 6:00 Garner Ted Armstrong 6:30 Young Universe 7:00 Adventures of Raggedy Ann & Andy 7:30 Superman 8:00 Jim Henson's Muppet Babies 9:00 Pee-wee's Playhouse 9:30 Garfield & Friends 10:00 Mighty Mouse: The New Adventures 10:30 Teen Wolf 11:00 Hey, Vern, It's Ernest! 11:30 CBS Storybreak noon Wild Kingdom 12:30 Dukes of Hazzard 1:30 College Football: teams TBA 5:00 Wheel of Fortune 5:30 CBS Evening News 6:00 News 6:30 Kansas Lottery 7:00 Dirty Dancing 7:30 Raising Miranda 8:00 Simon & Simon 9:00 West 57th 10:00 News 10:30 Movie "The Postman Always Rings Twice" 1:00 Save the Children 1:30 Movie "By Love Possessed" 3:45 Movie "Boy, Did I Get a Wrong Number!" KOAM 7-CBS Pittsburg (Pittsburg cable 10) 6:30 Denver the Last Dinosaur 7:00 Adventures of Raggedy Ann & Andy 7:30 Superman 8:00 Jim Henson's Muppet Babies 9:00 Pee-wee's Playhouse 9:30 Garfield & Friends 10:00 Mighty Mouse: The New Adventures 10:30 Teen Wolf 11:00 Hey, Vern, It's Ernest! 11:30 CBS Storybreak noon Dennis Franchione (Pittsburg State football; he's currently coach at Texas State) 12:30 Arkansas Razorback Football 1:30 College Football: teams TBA 5:00 Weekend with Crook & Chase 5:30 Hee Haw 6:30 Kansas Lottery 7:00 Dirty Dancing 7:30 Raising Miranda 8:00 Simon & Simon 9:00 West 57th 10:00 News 10:30 NWA Pro Wrestling 11:30 WWF Superstars of Wrestling 12:30 Movie "Flash Gordon" 2:30 Hit Video USA KMBC 9-ABC Kansas City (Pittsburg cable 26) 6:30 US Farm Report 7:00 Flintstone Kids 7:30 New Adventures of Winnie the Pooh 8:30 Slimer! & the Real Ghostbusters 9:30 Pup Named Scooby-Doo 10:00 Bugs Bunny & Tweety 11:00 Animal Crack-Ups 11:30 ABC Weekend Special noon Small Wonder 12:30 Movie "Kentucky Woman" 2:30 College Football: teams TBA 6:00 News 6:30 Chiefs Insider Report 7:00 Crimes of the Century (Jack Ruby's killing of Lee Harvey Oswald; a convicted murderer takes a lie-detector test to prove his innocence) 8:00 Police Story (2 hrs) 10:00 News 10:30 Movie "F/X" 12:30 Freddy's Nightmares: A Nightmare on Elm Street 1:30 ABC News KODE 12-ABC Joplin (Pittsburg cable 11) 6:00 He-Man & the Masters of the Universe 6:30 Transformers 7:00 Flintstone Kids 7:30 New Adventures of Winnie the Pooh 8:30 Slimer! & the Real Ghostbusters 9:30 Pup Named Scooby-Doo 10:00 Bugs Bunny & Tweety 11:00 Animal Crack-Ups 11:30 My Little Pony (x2) 12:30 How to Build a Fortune 1:00 Joe Land Success 2:00 Twin Star Productions 2:30 College Football: teams TBA 6:00 Jeopardy! 6:30 Wheel of Fortune 7:00 Crimes of the Century 8:00 Police Story (2 hrs) 10:00 News 10:30 Movie "The Money Pit" 12:30 GLOW Wrestling KSNF 16-NBC Joplin (Pittsburg cable 2) 6:30 Kidsongs 7:00 Kissyfur 7:30 Disney's Adventures of the Gummi Bears 8:00 Smurfs 9:00 Alvin & the Chipmunks 9:30 ALF (animated) 10:30 Completely Mental Misaventures of Ed Grimley 11:00 Punky Brewster/New Archies noon Movie "Escape to Witch Mountain" 2:00 PBA Bowling: True Value Open 3:30 NBC SportsWorld 5:00 Mama's Family 5:30 NBC Nightly News 6:00 Star Trek: The Next Generation 7:00 227 7:30 Amen 8:00 Golden Girls 8:30 Empty Nest 9:00 Hunter 10:00 News 10:30 Saturday Night Live mid. Freddy's Nightmares: A Nightmare on Elm Street 1:00 Twilight Zone 1:30 Public People/Private Lives KOZJ 26-PBS Joplin (Pittsburg cable 8; relays KOZK Springfield) 8:00 Computer Chronicles 8:30 Sewing with Nancy 9:00 Growing a Business 9:30 Gourmet Cooking 10:00 Flower Shop 10:30 Life Matters 11:00 Quilting 11:30 Sneak Previews noon Frugal Gourmet 12:30 Victory Garden 1:00 Woodwright's Shop 1:30 This Old House 2:00 MotorWeek 2:30 Madeleine Cooks 3:00 Joy of Painting 3:30 Fun with Watercolors 4:00 American Art Forum 4:30 Nature 5:30 Newton's Apple 6:00 Modern Maturity 6:30 Ozarks Close-Up 7:00 WonderWorks "Necessary Parties" (conclusion) 8:00 Lawrence Welk (saluting famous musical families, including the Everly Brothers and the Cash/Carter family) 9:00 Austin City Limits (guest Reba McIntire) 10:00 Lonesome Pine Special (guest Tracy Nelson) Pittsburg's cableco, Cable TV of Pittsburg, ran an ad that week on the converter grid page-here's the full Pittsburg cable line-up: Italicized cable channels were listed by the Morning Sun 2 KSNF-NBC 3 Family Channel 4 AMC 5 HBO 6 USA Network 7 Weather/Public Access/Local Origination 8 KOZJ-PBS (the ad mentioned KOZK, the station it relays) 9 CNN 10 KOAM-CBS 11 KODE-ABC 12 A&E 13 WTBS Atlanta 14 Disney Channel 15 Lifetime 16 TNN 17 ESPN 20 Weather Channel 21 Showtime 22 Nickelodeon 23 MTV 24 WDAF-NBC 25 KCTV-CBS 26 KMBC-ABC 27 Headline News 28 TNT 29 FNN 30 Discovery Channel 31 Cable Value Network 32 EWTN 33 PSU/TLC 34 C-SPAN (House) 35 C-SPAN2 (Senate) The company also offered 13 cable FM stations. Also, WGN Chicago, carried by all cablecos in the converter grid outside Pittsburg (Crawford Co, Arma, Fort Scott, Cherokee, McCune, and Mulberry-Liberal), was also listed in the Morning Sun. Retro: Chicago TV Fall 1994 - Saturday October 1-7, 1994 - Taken from Chicago Edition TV Guide Saturday October 1, 1994 2 WBBM-TV (CBS) CBS Saturday 5 AM SUPER SPORTS FOLLIES 5:30 AMERICAN BUSINESS JOURNAL 6 AM EYE ON 6:30 DIFFERENT DRUMMERS 7 AM LITTLE MERMAID-Cartoons 7:30 BEETHOVEN-Cartoons 8 AM ALADDAN-Cartoons 8:30 SKELETON WARRIORS-Cartoons 9 AM WILDCATS-Cartoons 9:30 NINJA TURTLES-Cartoons 10 AM GARFIELD-Cartoons 11 AM BEAKMAN’S WORLD-Children 11:30 STORYBREAK-Children 12 NOON COMMON GROUND 12:30 MCCLOUD-Drama 2 PM TOP COPS-Drama 3 PM SWIMMING AND DIVING 5 PM CHANNEL 2 NEWS 5:30 CBS NEWS 6 PM CHANNEL 2 NEWS 6:30 SISKEL, EBERT, AND THE MOVIES 7 PM DOCTOR QUINN & THE MEDICINE WOMAN-Drama 8 PM MRS. BUCHANNAN-Comedy 8:30 HEARTS AFIRE-Comedy 9 PM WALKER TEXAS RANGER-Drama 10 PM CHANNEL 2 NEWS 10:30 CHICAGO BEARS WEEKLY 11 PM CURRENT AFFAIR EXTRA-Newsmagazine 12 MID FOREVER KNIGHT-Drama 1 AM 227-Comedy 1:30 ON SCENE-Drama 2 AM MOVIE – Speedtrap (1978) 4 AM BANACEK-Drama 5 WMAQ-TV (NBC) NBC Saturday 5 AM VISIONS 5:30 BLACK FORUM 6 AM NEWSCENTER 5 NEWS 7 AM SATURDAY TODAY 9 AM NEWSCENTER 5 NEWS 10 AM SAVED BY THE BELL-Comedy 10:30 CALIFORNIA DREAMS-Comedy 11 AM NBA INSIDE STUFF 11:30 NEWS FOR KIDS 12 NOON HOME AGAIN 12:30 COMPUTER MAN 1 PM EXTREMISTS-Adventure 1:30 COLLEGE FOOTBALL – Stanford At Notre Dame 5 PM NEWSCENTER 5 NEWS 5:30 NBC NEWS 6 PM EXTRA-Newsmagazine 7 PM SOMETHING WILDER-Comedy 7:30 EMPTY NEST-Comedy 8 PM SWEET JUSTICE-Drama 9 PM SISTERS-Drama 10 PM NEWSCENTER 5 NEWS 10:30 SATURDAY NIGHT LIVE-Comedy/Variety 12 MID COMEDY SHOWCASE 1 AM SHOWTIME AT THE APOLLO 2 AM EXTRA-Newsmagazine 3 AM NEWSCENTER 5 NEWS 3:30 EXTREMISTS-Adventure 4 AM HOME AGAIN 4:30 COMPUTER MAN 7 WLS-TV (ABC) ABC Saturday 5 AM WEEKEND 5:30 FACE TO FACE 6 AM PIGASSO’S PLACE-Children 6:30 WONDERLAND-Children 7 AM CRO-Cartoons 7:26 SCHOOLHOUSE ROCK 7:30 SONIC THE HEDGEHOG-Cartoons 8 AM FREE WILLY-Cartoon 8:30 REBOOT-Children 8:56 SCHOOLHOUSE ROCK 9 AM BUMP IN THE NIGHT-Children 9:30 CRYPTKEEPER-Cartoons 10 AM BUGS & TWEETY-Cartoons 10:56 SCHOOLHOUSE ROCK 11 AM ADDAMS FAMILY-Cartoons 11:30 RHYTHM & JAM-Music 12 NOON ANIMAL ADVENTURES-Children 12:30 MOVIE – Winds At Kitty Hawk (1978) 2:30 COLLEGE FOOTBALL – Michigan Wolverines At Iowa Hawkeyes 6 PM EYEWITNESS NEWS 7 PM ABC FAMILY MOVIE – Homeward Bound (1993) 9 PM THE COMMISH-Drama 10 PM EYEWITNESS NEWS 10:30 MOVIE – Flashpoint (1984) 12:30 ENTERTAINERS-Drama 1:30 MOVIE – Murph The Surf (1975) 3:30 MOVIE – Sealed Cargo (1951) 9 WGN-TV (Ind.) Tribune (To Be WB) Saturday 5 AM UNTOUCHABLES-Drama 6 AM CHARLANDO-Spanish 6:30 PEOPLE TO PEOPLE 7 AM US FARM REPORT 7:30 MINORITY BUSINESS REPORT 8 AM MOTORWEEK 8:30 OUTDOOR SECRETS 9 AM PRO FOOTBALL WEEKLY 9:30 REAL ESTATE CLASSIFIEDS 10 AM STAR TREK: DEEP SPACE 9-Science Fiction 11 AM SOUL TRAIN-Music 12 NOON STAR SEARCH-Talent Contest 1 PM MOVIE – Return To Mayberry (1986) 3 PM MOVIE – New Maverick (1978) 5 PM FULL HOUSE-Comedy 5:30 SAVED BY THE BELL-Comedy 6 PM CHEERS-Comedy 6:30 COACH-Comedy 7 PM MOVIE – Agnes Of God (1985) 9 PM WGN NEWS AT 9 10 PM NIGHT COURT-Comedy 10:30 MOVIE – Delta Force Commando 2 (1992) 12:30 PRO FOOTBALL WEEKLY 1 AM UNTOUCHABLES-Drama 2 AM HILL STREET BLUES-Drama 3 AM MOVIE – UFO (1956) 32 WFLD (Fox) Fox Saturday 5 AM WWF WRESTLING 6 AM PICK YOUR BRAIN-Children 6:30 NOT JUST NEWS 7 AM DOG CITY-Cartoons 7:30 POWER RANGERS-Fantasy 8 AM ANIMANIACS-Cartoons 8:30 EEKSTRAVAGANZA-Cartoons 9 AM BATMAN: ANIMATED SERIES-Cartoons 9:30 THE TICK-Cartoons 10 AM X MEN-Cartoons 10:30 WHERE IS CARMEN SANDIEGO-Children 11 AM BATTLETACH-Cartoons 11:30 MEGA MAN-Cartoons 12 NOON SWEET VALLEY HIGH-Comedy 12:30 FAMILY MATTERS-Comedy 1 PM WONDER YEARS-Comedy Drama 1:30 THREE’S COMPANY-Comedy 2 PM AMERICAN GLADIATORS 3 PM MOVIE – Sunset (1988) 5 PM FAMILY MATTERS-Comedy 5:30 COSBY SHOW-Comedy 6 PM SIMPSONS-Cartoon 6:30 SIMPSONS-Cartoon 7 PM COPS-Drama 7:30 COPS-Drama 8 PM AMERICA’S MOST WANTED-Drama 9 PM FOX 32 NEWS 10 PM TALES FROM THE CRYPT 11 PM SIGHTINGS 12 MID WWF WRESTLING 1 AM WILD WEST SHOWDOWN 2 AM AMERICAN GLADIATORS 3 AM MOVIE – Catch 22 (1970) 50 WPWR (Ind.) Newsweb (To Be UPN) Saturday 5 AM DEATH VALLEY DAYS 5:30 CISCO KID-Western 6 AM KID TALK 6:30 MONSTER FORCE-Cartoons 7 AM BUGS BUNNY & FRIENDS-Cartoons 8 AM TOM & JERRY-Cartoons 8:30 CAPTAIN PLANET-Cartoon 9 AM LITTLE RASCALS-Comedy 10 AM THREE STOOGES-Comedy 11 AM A TEAM-Drama 12 NOON FRESH PRINCE-Comedy 12:30 BOGIE’S DINER-Comedy 1 PM MOVIE – Valet Girls (1986) 3 PM REGEGADE-Drama 4 PM HIGHLANDER-Drama 5 PM STAR TREK-Science Fiction 6 PM STAR TREK: NEXT GENERATION-Science Fiction 7 PM BAYWATCH-Drama 8 PM ROBOCOP-Drama 9 PM TIME TRAXX-Drama 11 PM BABYLON 5-Drama 12 MID WCW WRESTLING 1 AM EXTRAORDINARY-Drama 2 AM STAR TREK-Science Fiction 3 AM MOVIE – Monster That Challenged The World (1957) 66 WGBO (Ind.) Combined (Sale To Univision and format change to Spanish Pends) Saturday 5 AM INFOMERCIALS 7 AM READ ME A STORY-Children 7:30 NICK NEWS-Children 8 AM INFOMERCIALS 12 NOON MOVIE – Repossessed (1990) 2 PM MOVIE – End Play (1975) 4 PM MOVIE – Gold Of Samari (1992) 6 PM REAL STORIES OF THE HIGHWAY PATROL-Drama 6:30 REAL STORIES OF THE HIGHWAY PATROL-Drama 7 PM MOVIE – Lipstick (1976) 9 PM NIGHT HEAT-Drama 10 PM NORTHERN EXPOSURE-Drama 11 PM HAWAII-FIVE-O-Drama 12 MID CANNON-Drama 1 AM NIGHT FLIGHT-Music 26 WCUI (Business News/Univision) Wiegel (To become English Speaking Independent) Saturday 5 AM INFOMERCIALS 8 AM WORLD TOMORROW 8:30 IT IS WRITTEN 9 AM VOICE OF PROPHECY 9:30 FAITH FOR TODAY 10 AM EARNEST ANGELY 11 AM PHILLIPINE TV 12 NOON TV KOREA 1 PM CHINESE TV 4 PM JAPANESE TV 6 PM UNIVISION PROGRAMMING – SABADO GIGANTE 10 PM PELICULA – La Tumba Da Matias 12 MID HORA MARCADA 1 AM INFOMERCIALS EN ESPANIOL 2 AM INFOMERCIALS – English 38 WCFC (Christian) Christian Communications Chicagoland Saturday 5 AM AMERICAN SPORTSMAN 5:30 OUTDOORSMAN 6 AM SPORTSMAN SHOWCASE 6:30 REAL FISHING 7 AM AMERICAN BACKYARD 7:30 GARDENING IN AMERICA 8 AM KPTL 8:30 PET PLAYHOUSE 9 AM GERBERT 9:30 DAVEY & GOLIATH 10 AM SUPERBOOK 10:30 FLYING HOUSE 11 AM SOLID ROCK MUSIC VIDEOS 12 NOON BOTTOM LINE 12:30 JUDGE ROY BEANE 1 PM ANNIE OAKLEY 1:30 LIGHTER SIDE OF SPORTS 2 PM FISHING THE WEST 2:30 AMERICAN ANGLER 3 PM OUTDOOR NOTEBOOK 3:30 SIMPLY FISHING 4 PM AMERICAN BACKYARD 4:30 WILD KINGDOM 5 PM OUTDOORS MAGAZINE 6 PM OUTDOORS 6:30 COUNTRY CROSSROADS 7 PM JOHN HAGEE 8 PM DAY OF DISCOVERY 8:30 LLOYD OGLAVIE 9 PM DWIGHT THOMPSON 10 PM WHAT A FELLOWSHIP 11 PM LIBERTY HOUR 12 MID 700 CLUB 1 AM WORLD CHANGERS MINISTRIES 2 AM WORSHIP Retro: Tri-Cities, TN/VA Mon, Mar 18, 1984 from Johnson City Press-Chronicle (whose slogan was "What the people don't know will hurt them" Based on the cable conversion guide, the PC was sold in Kingsport as well, but I don't know what circulation, if any, it had in Bristol, the third piece of the Tri-Cities (the converter guide covered both of JC's cablecos (Sammons and American), Kingsport, Hampton, Mountain City, and Erwin) WSJK 2-PBS Sneedville 8:40 AM Weather 8:55 Educational Programming 10:30 3-2-1 Contact 11:00 Educational Programming noon Sesame Street 1:00 Educational Programming 3:00 Magic of Oil Painting 3:30 3-2-1 Contact 4:00 Sesame Street 5:00 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 5:30 Electric Company 6:00 MacNeil-Lehrer NewsHour 7:00 Nightly Business Report 7:30 Doctor Who 8:00 Frontline "The Mind of a Murderer" (pt 1 of a profile of Kenneth Bianchi, one of two men involved in LA's Hillside Strangler case) 9:00 Great Performances "The Soldier's Tale" 10:00 War Powers: The President & Congress (roundtable with former President Gerald Ford, former Secretatry of State Edward Muskie, Sen. Daniel Patrick Moynihan (D-NY), Sen. Christopher Dodd (D-CT), Sen. Orrin Hatch (R-UT), and former Supreme Court Justice Potter Stewart) 11:00 Nightly Business Report WBTV 3-CBS Charlotte 5:00 CBS News Nightwatch 6:00 Good Morning with Jim Patterson 7:00 CBS Morning News 9:00 Hour Magazine 10:00 New $25,000 Pyramid 10:30 Price is Right 11:30 Top o' the Day 12:30 Young & the Restless 1:30 As the World Turns 2:30 Capitol 3:00 Guiding Light 4:00 Little House on the Prairie 5:00 Hawaii Five-O 6:00 News 7:00 CBS Evening News 7:30 PM Magazine 8:00 Scarecrow & Mrs. King 9:00 Kate & Allie (premiere) 9:30 Newhart 10:00 Cagney & Lacey 11:00 News 11:30 WKRP in Cincinnati mid. Hart to Hart 1:10 Columbo 2:30 CBS News Nightwatch WYFF 4-NBC Greenville (still listed under its old calls, WFBC; the calls changed in 1983 when the station was swapped with KSD(K) St. Louis, in a trade between Multimedia, ch 4's owner, and Pulitzer Broadcasting; the sale wasn't officially approved until 1985, when Pulitzer sold WLNE Providence due to ownership laws-until then, Pulitzer time-brokered the station) 6:00 News (but not on Tuesdays, where MDTV aired in the slot) 6:30 NBC News at Sunrise 7:00 Today 9:00 Donahue 10:00 Facts of Life 10:30 Sale of the Century 11:00 Wheel of Fortune 11:30 Dream House noon News 12:30 Search for Tomorrow 1:00 Days of Our Lives 2:00 Another World 3:00 Good Times 3:30 Superfriends 4:00 He-Man & the Masters of the Universe 4:30 Happy Days Again 5:00 Three's Company 5:30 Jeffersons 6:00 News 7:00 NBC Nightly News 7:30 Political Programming (pre-empts Wheel of Fortune) 8:00 TV's Bloopers & Practical Jokes 9:00 NBC Live Theatre "Mr. Roberts" 11:00 News 11:30 Best of Carson (guests Glen Campbell and Dom DeLuise) 12:30 Late Night with David Letterman (guests Nick Apollo Forte) 1:30 News (and again at 2 and 4) WCYB 5-NBC Bristol 5:00 Morning Digest 6:00 NBC News at Sunrise 6:30 News 7:00 Today 9:00 Woman to Woman 9:30 Good Times 10:00 Facts of Life 10:30 Sale of the Century 11:00 Wheel of Fortune 11:30 Dream House noon News 12:30 Search for Tomorrow 1:00 Days of Our Lives 2:00 Another World 3:00 Match Game-Hollywood Squares Hour 4:00 Tom & Jerry 4:30 Laverne & Shirley & Company 5:00 BJ/Lobo 6:00 News 6:30 NBC Nightly News 7:00 Family Feud 7:30 Wheel of Fortune 8:00 TV's Bloopers & Practical Jokes 9:00 NBC Live Theatre "Mr. Roberts" 11:00 News 11:30 Best of Carson 12:30 Late Night with David Letterman WATE 6-ABC Knoxville 6:00 ABC World News This Morning 6:15 Tennessee This Morning 6:30 ABC World News This Morning 6:45 Tennessee This Morning 7:00 Good Morning America 9:00 Hour Magazine 10:00 Family Feud 10:30 Edge of Night 11:00 Benson 11:30 Loving noon News 12:30 Ryan's Hope 1:00 All My Children 2:00 One Life to Live 3:00 General Hospital 4:00 BJ/Lobo 5:00 Jeffersons 5:30 M*A*S*H 6:00 News 6:30 ABC World News Tonight 7:00 People's Court 7:30 PM Magazine 8:00 Automan 9:00 Movie "Rich and Famous" 11:00 News 11:30 ABC News Nightline mid. Eye on Hollywood 12:30 Here's Lucy WVVA 6-NBC Bluefield 6:30 NBC News at Sunrise 7:00 Today 9:00 Jim Bakker 10:00 Facts of Life 10:30 Sale of the Century 11:00 Wheel of Fortune 11:30 Dream House noon Hot Potato 12:30 Search for Tomorrow 1:00 Days of Our Lives 2:00 Another World 3:00 Match Game-Hollywood Squares Hour 4:00 Hour Magazine 5:00 Big Valley 6:00 News 6:30 NBC Nightly News 7:00 Entertainment Tonight 7:30 Barney Miller 8:00 TV's Bloopers & Practical Jokes 9:00 NBC Live Theatre "Mr. Roberts" 11:00 News 11:30 Best of Carson 12:30 Late Night with David Letterman WSPA 7-CBS Spartanburg 6:00 Morning Stretch 6:30 CBS Early Morning News 9:00 Breakaway 10:00 New $25,000 Pyramid 10:30 Nancy Welch 11:00 Price is Right noon Carolina Noon 12:30 Young & the Restless 1:30 As the World Turns 2:30 Capitol 3:00 Guiding Light 4:00 One Day at a Time 4:30 People's Court 5:00 Hour Magazine 6:00 News 6:30 CBS Evening News 7:00 Entertainment Tonight 7:30 Sen. Strom Thurmond (pre-empts Family Feud) 8:00 Scarecrow & Mrs. King 9:00 Kate & Allie (premiere) 9:30 Newhart 10:00 Cagney & Lacey 11:00 News 11:30 Hart to Hart 12:40 Columbo 2:00 CBS News Nightwatch WGN 9-Ind Chicago (Listed ET) 5:00 Movie "Crazy Over Horses" cont'd 6:00 Chico & the Man 6:30 Faith 20 7:00 Top o' the Morning 7:30 Muppet Show 8:00 Bozo 9:30 Beverly Hillbillies 10:00 Movie "Sullivan's Empire" noon Family 1:00 News 2:00 Rhoda 2:30 Andy Griffith 3:00 I Dream of Jeannie 3:30 Alvin & the Chipmunks 4:00 Superfriends 4:30 Scooby-Doo 5:00 Charlie's Angels 6:00 One Day at a Time 6:30 Alice 7:00 Barney Miller 7:30 Jeffersons 8:00 Solid Gold 9:00 Twilight Zone 10:00 News 11:00 Soap 11:30 Love Boat 12:30 Movie "Land of the Pharoahs" 3:00 INN News 3:30 Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In 4:00 Protectors 4:30 Movie "Million Dollar Kid" WOR 9-Ind New York 5:05 News 5:30 Joe Franklin 6:30 Jimmy Swaggart 7:00 700 Club 8:00 Meet the Mayors 8:30 Straight Talk 9:30 News 10:00 Romper Room 11:00 Family noon News 1:00 Movie "The Bang, Bang Kid" 3:00 The Saint 4:00 Movie "Flying Leathernecks" 6:00 Vega$ 7:00 Saturday Night 7:30 Benny Hill 8:00 News 9 Primetime 8:30 Saturday Night 9:00 Cousteau Amazon 11:00 Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In 11:30 Top 40 Videos mid. Hawaii Five-O 1:00 Return of the Saint 2:00 Joe Franklin 3:00 Movie: TBA WBIR 10-CBS Knoxville 6:00 CBS Early Morning News 6:30 Early Morning 7:00 CBS Morning News 9:00 Donahue 10:00 Braun & Company 11:00 Price is Right noon News 12:30 Young & the Restless 1:30 As the World Turns 2:30 Capitol 3:00 Guiding Light 4:00 Waltons 5:00 Happy Days Again 5:30 Newscope 6:00 News 6:30 CBS Evening News 7:00 Entertainment Tonight 7:30 Three's Company 8:00 Scarecrow & Mrs. King 9:00 Kate & Allie (premiere) 9:30 Newhart 10:00 Cagney & Lacey 11:00 News 11:30 Laverne & Shirley & Company mid. Police Story 1:10 Movie "See China and Die" WJHL 11-CBS Johnson City 6:00 20 Minute Workout 6:30 First Call 7:00 CBS Morning News 9:00 Donahue 10:00 New $25,000 Pyramid 10:30 Press Your Luck 11:00 Price is Right noon Midday 12:30 Young & the Restless 1:30 As the World Turns 2:30 Capitol 3:00 Guiding Light 4:00 Waltons 5:00 Little House on the Prairie 6:00 News 6:30 CBS Evening News 7:00 M*A*S*H 7:30 Happy Days Again 8:00 Scarecrow & Mrs. King 9:00 Kate & Allie (premiere) 9:30 Newhart 10:00 Cagney & Lacey 11:00 News 11:30 Hart to Hart 12:40 Columbo WLOS 13-ABC Asheville 6:00 Jimmy Swaggart 6:30 Mr. Bill's Friends 7:00 Good Morning America 9:00 Love Connection 9:30 Family Feud 10:00 Woman to Woman 11:00 Benson 11:30 Loving noon Carol Burnett & Friends 12:30 Ryan's Hope 1:00 All My Children 2:00 One Life to Live 3:00 General Hospital 4:00 Wonder Woman 5:00 M*A*S*H (x2) 6:00 News 6:30 ABC World News Tonight 7:00 Re-Elect Thurmond Committee (pre-empts Tic Tac Dough) 7:30 PM Magazine 8:00 Automan 9:00 Movie "Rich and Famous" 11:00 News 11:30 Barney Miller mid. ABC News Nightline 12:30 Eye on Hollywood WTBS 17-Ind Atlanta 5:00 It's Your Business 5:30 Jimmy Swaggart 6:00 News 7:00 Funtime 7:35 I Dream of Jeannie 8:05 Bewitched 8:35 I Love Lucy 9:05 Movie "Prescription: Murder" 11:05 Catlins 11:35 Texas 12:05 Perry Mason 1:05 Movie "How I Spent My Summer Vacation" 3:05 Flintstones 3:35 Battle of the Planets 4:05 Munsters 4:35 Leave It to Beaver 5:05 Little House on the Prairie 6:05 Andy Griffith 6:35 Carol Burnett & Friends 7:05 Hogan's Heroes 7:35 Sanford & Son 8:05 Movie "The Far Country" 10:10 News 11:05 All in the Family 11:35 Catlins 12:05 Movie "Ruby" 1:50 Movie "The Proud and the Damned" 3:50 Movie "Blondie Hits the Jackpot" WKPT 19-ABC Kingsport 5:30 Pete Rowe 6:00 Jimmy Swaggart 6:30 Assembly Echoes 6:45 ABC World News This Morning 7:00 Good Morning America 9:00 Jim Bakker 10:00 700 Club 11:00 Benson 11:30 Loving noon Family Feud 12:30 Ryan's Hope 1:00 All My Children 2:00 One Life to Live 3:00 General Hospital 4:00 Rockford Files 5:00 Superfriends 5:30 Tic Tac Dough 6:00 News 6:30 ABC World News Tonight 7:00 St. Jude's Children's Hospital Telethon (19 usually aired People's Court and Jeffersons in the 7pm hour) mid. News 12:30 ABC News Nightline 1:00 Eye on Hollywood ACSN (regional edunet, daytime only) 6:00 Math Wise 6:30 Spoonful of Lovin' 7:00 Strategies of Effective Teaching 7:30 Heart of Teaching 8:00 Communicating Through Literature 8:30 American Government 9:00 Ask Washington 10:00 Personal Time Management 10:30 Sew What's New 11:00 Living Tomorrow 11:30 A Better Way noon INN News 12:30 Keep It Running 1:00 Bridge Basics 1:30 Consultation 2:00 Sew What's New 2:30 Why in the World? 3:00 From Jumpstreet 3:30 Growing Years Cable distribution of the channels: Tri-Cities/WTBS in all areas WBTV 3-Mountain City WYFF 4-Hampton WATE 6-Kingsport/Erwin WVVA 6-Mountain City WSPA 7-Mountain City (shared with Movie Channel) WGN 9-Johnson City (both systems)/Kingsport WOR 9-Johnson City (American only) WBIR 10-Kingsport/Erwin WLOS 13-Kingsport/Hampton/Mountain City/Erwin Since I've mentioned it, here's what the local cable line-ups looked like: Johnson City-Sammons 2 WSJK-PBS 3 WTBS 4 USA Network 5 TNN 6 WJHL-CBS 7 CBN 8 WKPT-ABC 9 WCYB-NBC 10 ESPN 12 CNN 13 WGN 16 C-SPAN 20 Showtime 21 HBO 23 Cable Health Network 26 MTV 27 Nickelodeon/ARTS Johnson City-American 2 WSJK-PBS 3 WTBS 4 CNN 6 WJHL-CBS 7 CBN 8 ESPN 9 WKPT-ABC 10 WCYB-NBC 11 MTV 13 C-SPAN 15 WGN 16 HBO 17 Nickelodeon/ARTS 18 Cinemax 19 Cable Health Network 20 Showtime 22 USA Network 24 Movie Channel 25 WOR Kingsport 2 WSJK-PBS 3 CBN 6 WATE-ABC 7 WCYB-NBC 8 WJHL-CBS 9 WKPT-ABC 10 WBIR-CBS 11 ACSN 12 WTBS 13 WLOS-ABC 15 USA Network 17 WGN 18 CNN 20 Nickelodeon/ARTS 22 ESPN 25 HBO 27 MTV Hampton 2 HBO 3 WTBS 4 WKPT-ABC 5 WCYB-NBC 6/11 WJHL-CBS 8 Nickelodeon/ARTS 9 WSJK-PBS 10 CNN 12 ESPN 13 WLOS-ABC Mountain City 2 HBO 3 WTBS 4 WKPT-ABC 5 WCYB-NBC 6 ESPN 7 WSPA-CBS/Movie Channel 8 Nickelodeon/ARTS 9 WSJK-PBS 10 WVVA-NBC 11 WJHL-CBS 12 WBTV-CBS 13 WLOS-ABC Erwin 2 WSJK-PBS 3 ESPN/HBO 4 WKPT-ABC 5 WCYB-NBC 6 WATE-ABC 8 WJHL-CBS 9 WTBS 10 WBIR-CBS 11 CNN 12 Nickelodeon/ARTS 13 WLOS-ABC Retro: New York City, February 1, 1949 (repost--complete listing) Source; New York Times Repost with complete day's programming, to supplant earlier post aborted by technical trouble Stations; 2-WCBS-TV (CBS) 4-WNBT (NBC) 5-WABD (DuMont) 7-WJZ-TV (ABC) 11-WPIX (Ind.) 13-WATV (Ind.) MORNING 7:00-WABD-News; Time; Weather 7:15-WABD-Health Talk; Interviews 7:45-WABD-Your School Reporter 8:00-WABD-News; Time; Weather 8:30-WABD-KIndergarten-Pat Meikle 9:00-WABD-Time; Morning Chapel 9:30-WABD-Time; Television Shopper 10:00-WABD-Margaret Johnson, Songs 10:15-WABD-Camera Headlines (news) 10:30-WABD-Rumpus Room with Johnny Olson 11:00-WABD-Stan Shaw AFTERNOON 12: 00-WABD-Amanda, Interviews WJZ-TV-News (Hourly to 6) 12:30-WCBS-TV-Music; Weather; Films WABD-Ted Steele. Piano 1:00-WCBS-TV-Warren Hull Show WABD-Okay, Mother; Dennis James 1:30-WCBS-TV-Vanity Fair; Dorothy Doan, Gil Fates, from March of Dimes Fashion Show, Waldorf Astoria WABD-News; Music 2:30-WNBT-Bess Johnson Club WABD-Wendy Barrie Show 3:00-WNBT-Gordon B. Halstead Program WABD-The Needle Shop with Alice Burrows 3:15-WNBT-The Three Flames (music) WABD-Vincent Lopez 3:30-WNBT-We're On with Yul Brynner and Virginia Gilmore; Jose Ferrer, guest WABD-TIme: Weather 3:45-WABD-Spare Room 4:00-WNBT-Figure Magic with Claire Mann WABD-And Everything Nice with Maxine Barrat 4:15-WABD-Fred Fassler. Violin 4:30-WNBT-Marie Cimino, Storyteller WABD-Women's Club with Irene Murphy WPIX-Music 5:00-WNBT-To Be Announced WABD-Ted Steele Show WPIX-Comics on Parade with Danny Webb 5:15-WABD-Time and Weather WPIX-Pixie Playtime 5:30-WNBT-Howdy Doody with Buffalo Bob Smith WABD-Time; Weather 5:45-WABD-Children's Records WPIX-Magic Books EVENING 6:00-WNBT-Easy Does It:. Adele Girard and Johnny Andrews WABD-Small Fry Club with Bob Emery WPIX-News: Six-Gun Playhouse 6:15-WCBS-TV-Music, Weather WNBT-Weather-Tex Antoine 6:30-WCBS-TV-Lucky Pup (children) WNBT-Nature of Things with Ivan Sanderson WABD-Camera Headlines (news) 6:45-WCBS-TV-Bob Howard Show WABD-Russ Hodges Scoreboard 7:00-WCBS-TV-Your Sports Special. With Caswell Adams and Dolly Stark WNBT-Kukla, Fran and 011ie Show WABD-Swing Into Sports. With Johnny Farrell WJZ-TV-News, Gordon Frazer WPIX-News: Child Care-Dr. James F. Bender 7:15-WCBS-TV-Film Shorts WJZ-TV-Harlem Jam Session 7:20-WPIX-Shirley Spencer, Handwriting Analyst 7:30-WCBS-TV-Douglas Edwards, CBS News WNBT-You Are an Artist-Jon Gnagy WABD-Manhattan Spotlight With Charles Tranum; Guest, Alex Dobkin WJZ-TV-The Fashion Story, With Marilyn Day WPIX-Newsreel 7:40-WPIX-Sports. Guy LeBow 7:45-WCBS-TV-Make Mine Music: Carole Coleman. Bill Skipper, Tony Mottola Trio WABD-Alan Dale Show, With Janie Ford 7:50-WNBT-Newsreel Theatre with John Cameron Swayze 8:00-WCBS-TV-Fictional Jury Trial:" Cross-Question" WNBT-Texaco Star Theatre with Milton Berle: Jack Carter, Beatrice Lillie, Others WABD-Film Shorts WJZ-TV-Film: Power by Which We Live WPIX-Drama: Obscure Destination. by New York University Television 8:30-WJZ-TV-America's Town Meeting WPIX-Film: Of Mice and Men. With Burgess Meredith 9:00-WCBS-TV-We. the People WNBT-I'd Like to See WABD-School House-Kenny Delmar 9:30-WCBS-TV-What's It Worth? With Sigmund Rothschild. Gil Fates. Others WNBT-Who Said That?-Quiz With Robert Trout; Guests. Elsa Maxwell, Milton Caniff, Jim Moran, John Cameron Swayze WABD-News Reports WJZ-TV-Flim: Modern Sculpturing 10:00-WCBS-TV-Blues by Bargy WNBT-Wrestling, St Nicholas Arena WJZ-TV-Boxing. From Chicago 10:15-WCBS-TV-Newsreel WPIX-Newsreel A few things to take note of...Several of the stations which had been programming only after 5 PM were now expanding their schedule into the early afternoon hours. WABD had been offering a full morning slate for several months now. WCBS began airing early afternoon programming at the beginning of the year as well. WNBT, which had started its day with Howdy Doody at 5:30, began signing on earlier in the afternoon on this day. One of its first live afternoon talk shows was "We're On", co-hosted by future stage and film star Yul Brynner (who was yet to shave his head--that began with his breakthrough role on Broadway in 'The King and I'); "We're On' was perhaps his first emergence from behind the camera, where he'd previously worked as one of New York TV's first producers, to become a television personality. You may also notice that schedules were still sketchy. Stations would interrupt their broadcast day and sign off, sometimes for short periods and sometimes for hours at a time, depending on whether they had an available program to show and could find a sponsor to pay for it. One station, independent station WATV (ch. 13) didn't announce any scheduled programming and may have literally taken the day off. Stations did that back then, when maybe 25% of the homes in the market had TV. Retro: Hartford/Springfield Mon, Jan 29, 1968 from TV Guide-Western New England edition WTIC 3-CBS Hartford 6:30 Understanding Our World (comparison of US and Indian drama, including descriptions of Indian Shakespeare productions) 7:00 News/Weather (c) 7:05 CBS News (c) 7:30 Your Community (c) 8:00 Captain Kangaroo (c) 9:00 Hap Richards (c) 9:15 Wally Gator (c) 9:30 Make Room for Daddy 10:00 Candid Camera 10:30 Movie "To Paris with Love" (c) noon Love of Life (c) 12:25 CBS News (c) 12:30 Search for Tomorrow (c) 12:45 Guiding Light (c) 1:00 Movie "Nancy Goes to Rio" (pt 3/c) 1:30 As the World Turns (c) 2:00 Love is a Many-Splendored Thing (c) 2:30 House Party (c/guest Ann Dee) 3:00 To Tell the Truth (c) 3:25 CBS News (c) 3:30 Dick Van Dyke 4:00 Ranger Andy (c) 4:30 Hazel (c/return) 5:00 Perry Mason "The Gilded Lily" (return) 6:00 Weather (c) 6:05 Sports (c/Ehrlich) 6:15 News (c/Bruce Kern) 6:30 CBS News (c) 7:00 Movie "Separate Tables" 9:00 Andy Griffith (c/Don Knotts returns as Barney in an episode where he comes to Mayberry to select a site for an East-West summit, and Andy has to save his bacon after he bungs it up...WHDH punted it to Tuesday at 7) 9:30 Family Affair (c) 10:00 Carol Burnett (c/guests Jonathan Winters and Dionne Warwick) 11:00 News/Weather (c) 11:20 Sports (c) 11:25 Movie "The Night Holds Terror" WBZ 4-NBC Boston 6:15 Sign-On Seminar "Fair Adventure" (Dr. Frank Baxter uses charts to show the verb forms in Shakespeare's sonnets) 6:45 Daily Almanac (Chase/Kent) 7:00 Today (c/guests Flip Wilson and Desmond Morris, plus a report on Chinese New Year; news/weather at 7:25/8:25) 9:00 Contact! (Bob Kennedy) 10:00 Snap Judgment (c) 10:25 NBC News (c) 10:30 Concentration (c) 11:00 Personality (c) 11:30 Hollywood Squares (c) noon News (c/Chase and Scott) 12:25 Weather (Don Kent) 12:30 Mike Douglas (c/guests Bobby Darrin, Lesley Gore, and Guy Marks) 2:00 Days of Our Lives (c) 2:30 Doctors (c) 3:00 Another World (c) 3:30 You Don't Say! (c) 4:00 Match Game (c) 4:25 NBC News (c) 4:30 Merv Griffin (c/guests Henry Morgan, Dorothy Loudon, Betty Walker, and Jody Graber) 6:00 News (c/Arch Macdonald and Arnold Zenker) 6:20 Sports (c/Bob Starr) 6:25 Weather (c/Arch Macdonald) 6:30 NBC News (c) 7:00 News (c/Zenker, Macdonald and Lape) 7:20 Sports (c/Bob Starr) 7:30 Monkees (c) 8:00 Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In (c/guests Robert Culp, Flip Wilson, and First Edition) 9:00 Danny Thomas "The Last Hunters" (c) 10:00 I Spy "A Few Miles West of Nowhere" (c) 11:00 News (c/George Reading) 11:10 Weather (c/Arch Macdonald) 11:15 Sports (c/Bob Starr) 11:20 News (c/George Reading) 11:30 Tonight Show (c/guest Flip Wilson) 1:00 Movie "The Woman in the Window" WHDH 5-CBS Boston 6:00 Science Pacemakers "Plants with a Story to Tell" (c) 6:30 Farming (c/Joe Kelly) 6:45 We Believe (c) 7:00 News (c) 7:05 Bozo the Clown (c) 8:00 Captain Kangaroo (c) 9:00 Romper Room (c) 9:30 Classroom 5 (c/Wallace Gleekman from Brookline High talks on blood) 10:00 Secret Storm (c) 10:30 Beverly Hillbillies (c) 11:00 Andy Griffith 11:30 Dick Van Dyke noon News/Weather (c/Ray Walker and Marilyn Rockafellow) 12:30 Search for Tomorrow (c) 12:45 Guiding Light (c) 1:00 Love of Life (c) 1:25 Doctor's House Call (c) 1:30 As the World Turns (c) 2:00 Love is a Many-Splendored Thing (c) 2:30 House Party (c) 3:00 To Tell the Truth (c) 3:25 CBS News (c) 3:30 Edge of Night (c) 4:00 Movie "The Court Martial of Billy Mitchell" 6:00 News (c/Jack Hynes) 6:15 Sports (c/Don Gillis) 6:25 Weather (c/Copeland) 6:30 CBS News (c) 7:00 Death Valley Days "No Place for a Lady" (c) 7:30 Gunsmoke (c) 8:30 Lucille Ball (c/guest starr Buddy Hackett) 9:00 Movie "The Counterfeit Traitor" (c) 11:45 News/Weather/Sports (c/Hynes, Copeland and Gillis) 12:15 Movie "Tobacco Road" WNAC 7-ABC Boston 6:25 Farm & Market Report 6:30 Understanding Our World "The Focus of Man" (anthropolgist Nancy O. Lurie dicusses her work with the Winnebago Indians of Wisconsin) 6:55 Roger Ramjet (c) 7:00 Cartoons (Major Mudd) 8:00 Donna Reed 8:30 Baby Game (c) 8:55 Children's Doctor (c) 9:00 General Hospital 9:30 Virginia Graham (c/guests Carmel Quinn and Estelle Parsons) 10:00 Newlywed Game 10:30 Outrageous Opinions (c/Dustin Hoffman on the meaning of success) 11:00 Temptation (c) 11:25 ABC News (c) 11:30 How's Your Mother-in-Law? (c) noon Bewitched (Elizabeth Montgomery was on that week's cover) 12:30 Treasure Isle (c) 1:00 Fugitive 2:00 Movie "Notorious" 4:00 Movie "Lost in Alaska" 5:20 News (c/John Henning) 5:30 ABC News (c) 6:00 Gidget (c) 6:30 McHale's Nevy 7:00 F Troop 7:30 Cowboy in Africa (c) 8:30 Drama Special "Luther" (c/TV adaptation of the 1963 Broadway hit about religious reformer Martin Luther' pre-empts Rat Patrol, Felony Squad, and Peyton Place) 10:00 Movie "Away All Boats" (c) 11:00 News/Weather/Sports (c/Henning, Ward and Burr) 11:15 Movie cont'd (c) mid. Joey Bishop (c/guests the Kim Sisters, and Rip Taylor) 1:30 Issues & Answers (c/guest Senate Minority Leader Everett Dirksen (R-IL)) WHNC 8-ABC New Haven 6:10 News 6:15 Infinite Horizon 6:45 Visit with Monsignor 7:00 Mr. Goober (c) 8:30 Mickey Mouse Club 9:00 Gypsy Rose Lee (c) 9:30 Dating Game (c) 10:00 PDQ (c) 10:30 Donna Reed 11:00 Temptation (c) 11:25 ABC News (c) 11:30 How's Your Mother-in-Law? (c) noon Mike Douglas 1:30 I Love Lucy 2:00 Newlywed Game (c) 2:30 Baby Game (c) 2:55 Children's Doctor (c) 3:00 General Hospital (c) 3:30 Mr. Goober (c) 4:30 Mike Douglas (c/same as ch 4) 6:00 News/Weather/Sports (c) 6:25 Skiing Tips (c) 6:30 ABC News (c) 7:00 Truth or Consequences (c) 7:30 Cowboy in Africa (c) 8:30 Drama Special "Luther" (c) 10:00 Big Valley "Shadow of a Giant" (c) 11:00 News (c/Bob Norman) 11:15 Weather (c/Beanish) 11:20 Sports (c/Dick Galiette) 11:30 Joey Bishop (c) WHCT 18-Ind Hartford Pay-TV programs in italics 4pm Superheroes 4:30 You Asked for It 5:00 Highway Patrol 5:30 News (Patterson/Hard) 6:00 Merv Griffin (same as ch 4) 7:30 Alfred Hitchcock "Road Hog"/"Anniversary Gift" 8:30 Movie "Rosie" 10:30 Movie "Caprice" WATR 20-NBC Waterbury 7:00 Today (c) 9:00 Film Features 10:00 Snap Judgment (c) 10:25 NBC News (c) 10:30 Concentration (c) 11:00 Personality (c) 11:30 Hollywood Squares (c) noon Jeopardy! (c) 12:30 Eye Guess (c) 12:55 NBC News (c) 1:00 Film Feature 1:30 Let's Make a Deal (c) 2:00 Days of Our Lives (c) 2:30 Doctors (c) 3:00 Another World (c) 3:30 You Don't Say! (c) 4:00 Match Game (c) 4:25 NBC News (c) 4:30 This Man Dawson 5:00 Film Feature 6:00 Men Into Space "From Another World" 6:30 Film Feature 7:00 NBC News (c/likely OTA feed from WNBC) 7:30 Monkees (c) 8:00 Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In (c) 9:00 Danny Thomas "The Last Hunters" (c) 10:00 I Spy "A Few Miles West of Nowhere" (c) 11:00 Law & Mr. Jones "No Sale" 11:30 Tonight Show (c) WWLP 22-Springfield/WRLP 32-Northfield (COL Greenfield) (NBC) 7:00 Today (c/news-weather at 7:25/8:25) 9:00 Merv Griffin (c/same as ch 4) 10:00 Snap Judgment (c) 10:25 NBC News (c) 10:30 Concentration (c) 11:00 Personality (c) 11:30 Hollywood Squares (c) noon Jeopardy! 12:30 Eye Guess (c) 12:55 NBC News (c) 1:00 Kitty Broman (Ida Krauss with beauty techniques) 1:30 Let's Make a Deal (c) 2:00 Days of Our Lives (c) 2:30 Doctors (c) 3:00 Another World (c) 3:30 You Don't Say! (c) 4:00 Match Game (c) 4:25 NBC News (c) 4:30 Mike Douglas (same as ch 4) 6:00 Highlights (Tom Colton) 6:30 NBC News (c) 7:00 News (Silver/Robator) 7:15 Weather (John Quill) 7:20 Sports (Bill Rasmussen) 7:30 Monkees (c) 8:00 Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In (c) 9:00 Danny Thomas "The Last Hunters" (c) 10:00 I Spy "A Few Miles West of Nowhere" (c) 11:00 News (Mark Pierce, followed by Harry Robator at 11:10) 11:15 Weather (John Quill) 11:20 Sports (Bill Rasmussen) 11:30 Tonight Show (c) WEDH 24-NET Hartford 9:30 Connecticut Social Studies 9:55 High School Literature 10:20 Grades 4-6 Language Arts 10:50 Gr 4-6 Social Studies 11:20 Doorways to Art 11:55 Film Feature 12:25 Creative Person (guest Fred Rogers; the description mentions the controversy when Misterogers' Neighborhood was spiked by WGBH Boston due to lack of funds) 1:00 Gr K-3 Science 1:25 All About You 2:05 Gr 3-5 Art 3:30 Supervisory Practice 4:00 Management Methods 4:30 Labor Turnover 5:00 Misterogers' Neighborhood "Are You Really Sure?" 5:30 What's New "Raming the Smithsonian" (conclusion) 6:00 Opinion: Washington 6:30 What's New (r) 7:00 Alcoholics are People (cameras show an AA meeting) 7:30 English: Fact & Fancy 8:00 French Chef 8:30 Antiques 9:00 NET Journal "Resolved: Those who oppose US policy in Vietnam should refuse to serve if drafted" (the question is debated by teams from UCLA and Dartmouth) 10:00 Concert in Brass WHNB 30-West Hartford/W79AI-Torrington (NBC) 6:30 Connecticut Classroom 7:00 Today (c/news-weather at 7:25/8:25) 9:00 Regis Philbin 10:00 Snap Judgment (c) 10:25 NBC News (c) 10:30 Concentration (c) 11:00 Personality (c) 11:30 Hollywood Squares (c) noon Jeopardy! (c) 12:30 Eye Guess (c) 12:55 NBC News (c) 1:00 Divorce Court (c) 1:30 Let's Make a Deal (c) 2:00 Days of Our Lives (c) 2:30 Doctors (c) 3:00 Another World (c) 3:30 You Don't Say! (c) 4:00 Match Game (c) 4:25 NBC News (c) 4:30 Flintstones (c) 5:00 Combat! "The Farmer" 6:00 McHale's Navy 6:30 NBC News (c) 7:00 Weather (c/Jobert) 7:05 News (c/Monahan) 7:15 News 7:30 Monkees (c) 8:00 Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In (c) 9:00 Danny Thomas "The Last Hunters" (c) 10:00 I Spy "A Few Miles West of Nowhere" (c) 11:00 News/Weather/Sports (c) 11:30 Tonight Show (c) WHYN 40-ABC Springfield 7:00 News/Weather/Sports (c/John Deegan and Dave Scott) 8:00 Three Stooges 8:30 Jack LaLanne 9:00 Fugitive 10:00 Dating Game 10:30 Donna Reed 11:00 Temptation (c) 11:25 ABC News (c) 11:30 How's Your Mother-in-Law? (c) noon Bewitched 12:30 Treasure Isle (c) 1:00 Virginia Graham (c/guests Dodie Goodman, SI press director Terry Rice, and author Ruth Goode; the game show Undercover, hosted by John Deegan, will air during the show) 1:45 You Asked for It 2:00 Newlywed Game (c) 2:30 Baby Game (c) 2:55 Children's Doctor (c) 3:00 General Hospital (c) 3:30 Dark Shadows (c) 4:00 Bozo the Clown (c) 4:30 Flintstones (c) 5:00 McHale's Navy 5:30 ABC News (c) 6:00 News (c/Gary Garrison) 6:05 Combat! "The Convict" 7:00 News (c/Dan Scanlan) 7:10 Weather (c/Savioli) 7:15 Sports (c/Doug Wheeler) 7:20 Dr. Albert Burke (c) 7:30 Movie "Charlie Chan in Egypt" 8:30 Drama Special "Luther" (c) 10:00 Big Valley "Shadow of a Giant" (c) 11:00 News (c/Gary Garrison) 11:15 Weather (c/Loughman) 11:20 Sports (c/Doug Wheeler) 11:30 Joey Bishop (c) Presenters for the network news updates... ABC 11:25am-Marlene Sanders CBS 12:25pm-Joseph Benti 3:25pm-Douglas Edwards NBC 10:25am-Nancy Dickerson 12:55pm-Edwin C. Newman 4:25pm-Floyd Kalber Channel 8 in those days was WNHC for New Haven, Connecticut. Our market had two NBC stations at the time, since channel 30 of New Britain wouldn't get their power increase until 1978 (around the time they became WVIT-TV). Channel 3 became WFSB-TV in 1974 when Post Newsweek bought the station. I'm trying to remember when WRLP-TV of Greenfield, MA went off the air. WATR-TV basically used an over-the-air feed from WNBC-TV, Channel 4, New York for any NBC programming. I'm sure WATR-TV had a backup OTA feed from WHNB-TV Channel 30 from New Britain. AT&T lines were very expensive at the time. WATR-TV had no local color well into the 70's. So, in order for Channel 20 to get network color, they had to pass-through using a composite feed directly over the air. No doubt they had some phasing issues (color-wise). One good thing about WATR using an OTA feed from WNBC-TV, they had access to full-quality 15 kHz audio from WNBC (being the key station of the NBC Network), unlike most network affiliates who still had the standard flat sounding 5 kHz phone-lines. It wasn't until January, 1978 when all network affiliates switched to 15 kHz phone lines. Presenters for the network news updates... ABC 11:25am-Marlene Sanders CBS 12:25pm-Joseph Benti 3:25pm-Douglas Edwards NBC 10:25am-Nancy Dickerson 12:55pm-Edwin C. Newman 4:25pm-Floyd Kalber And the names of the newscasts . . . - ABC: News with the Woman's Touch (sponsored by Purex) - CBS: CBS Mid-Day News (12:25p), CBS Afternoon News (3:25p) - NBC: [name here] with the News (the 10:25a Dickerson and 12:55p Newman updates); apparently Kalber's didn't have a name that I know of. Quote from: KML-224 on January 26, 2012, 09:04:23 PM Channel 8 in those days was WNHC for New Haven, Connecticut. Our market had two NBC stations at the time, since channel 30 of New Britain wouldn't get their power increase until 1978 (around the time they became WVIT-TV). Channel 3 became WFSB-TV in 1974 when Post Newsweek bought the station. And then WNHC-TV's owner of record at the time was the Radio and Television Division of Triangle Publications; WTIC-TV's license-holder, as between c.1964 and the 1974 sale to Post-Newsweek and accompanying call letter change, was Broadcast-Plaza, Inc. (derived from the name of their complex at Broadcast House, 3 Constitution Plaza, that opened in the early '60's), even though Travelers Insurance was still, up to 1974, the parent; Travelers Broadcasting Service Corp. was license-holder prior to c.1964 (contrary to any NYC retro TV listings placed on here up to this point). WATR's owner was WATR, Inc.; about 1974-75 the license holder moniker was changed to Thomas Television, Inc. (named after the late Harold Thomas who owned the station). As to the other main Connecticut station (and other NBC affiliate), prior to the sale of WHNB to Viacom, its owner was Connecticut Television, Inc. (one of whose principals, Herbert Scheftel, was the "-Tel" in Paterson, NJ station WXTV Channel 41's first owner, Trans-Tel Corp., as between its 1968 sign-on and the acquisition around 1972 by Spanish International Communications Corp.) WEDH's owner was the Connecticut Educational Television Corp. Going to Boston, besides "Group W" Westinghouse which owned WBZ-TV, and RKO General which owned what was then WNAC-TV (as well as WHCT), we have WHDH, Inc., license-holder of record for the first Channel 5, as owned by the Herald-Traveler Corp. In Springfield, WHYN was owned by WHYN Stations Corp., and WWLP (and WRLP in Greenfield) by Springfield Television Broadcasting Corp. (All info courtesy contemporary Broadcasting Yearbooks, as on David Gleason's website/database.) Retro: Kentucky Saturday, January 30, 1982 From TV Guide, Kentucky Edition: WAVE Ch. 3 Louisville (NBC) 6:30 Farming With Jack Crowner 7 AM Kentucky Afield 7:30 Blue Apple Clubhouse 8 AM Flintstones 8:30 Smurfs 9:30 Kid Super Power Hour With Shazam 10:30 Spider-Man And His Amazing Friends 11 AM Space Stars 12 N Wrestling (Chs. 3, 5, and 18 all have wrestling at this time--don't know from where, possibly Memphis on Ch. 3?) 1 PM College Basketball: Louisville-Florida State 3 PM College Basketball: Georgia-Kentucky (time approximate) 5 PM Portrait Of A Legend (time approximate) 5:30 America's Top 10 6 PM News 6:30 NBC News (Jessica Savitch) 7 PM Dance Fever (musical guest: Charly McClain; Rip Taylor is one of the judges.) 7:30 Emphasis 8 PM One Of The Boys (sitcom starring Mickey Rooney which gave Dana Carvey a break) 8:30 Harper Valley 9 PM Barbara Mandrell (Donny Osmond and Ray Stevens are guests.) 10 PM Billy Crystal Comedy Hour (debut, with Robin Williams, the Pointer Sisters, and --from SCTV--John Candy, Dave Thomas, and Rick Moranis) 11 PM News 11:30 Saturday Night Live (host John Madden; Andy Kaufman) 1 AM Movie: "Dial 'M' For Murder" WLWT Ch. 5 Cincinnati (NBC) 6:30 Better Way 7 AM U.S. Farm Report 7:30 Doctor Snuggles 8 AM Flintstones 8:30 Smurfs 9:30 Kid Super Power Hour With Shazam 10:30 Spider-Man And His Amazing Friends 11 AM Mr. Moon's Magic Circus 11:30 Family Classics (don't know if these are live action or animated) 12 N Wrestling 1 PM College Basketball: Wisconsin-Purdue 3 PM College Basketball: Georgia-Kentucky (time approximate) 5 PM Golf: Andy Williams San Diego Open (third round, time approximate) 6 PM News 6:30 Lawrence Welk 7:30 Look At Us (women bodybuilders; changing standards of beauty) 8 PM One Of The Boys 8:30 Harper Valley 9 PM Barbara Mandrell 10 PM Billy Crystal Comedy Hour 11 PM News 11:30 Saturday Night Live WCPO Ch. 9 Cincinnati (CBS) 6:15 Praying The Rosary 6:30 Call The Doctor (medicine and law; repeat from previous Sunday 11 AM) 7:30 Roy Rogers 8 AM Popeye And Olive 8:30 Tarzan/Lone Ranger/Zorro 9:30 Bugs Bunny/Road Runner Show 11:30 Blackstar 12 N Trollkins 12:30 Tom And Jerry 1 PM Kwicky Koala 1:30 We're Movin' 2 PM Sports Afield 2:30 Movie: "A Warm December" 4:30 CBS Sports Saturday: WBA lightweight champ Art Frias vs. Ernesto Espana, 15 rounds, from Atlantic City 6 PM News 6:30 CBS News (Bob Schieffer) 7 PM Juvenile Court (a 9-year-old boy is charged with involuntary manslaughter; a 17-year-old is charged with grand theft) 7:30 People's Court (cases involve the purchase of a TV set and legal counseling) 8 PM To Climb A Mountain (Emilio Estevez as a materialistic highschool wrestling champ whose values change after he visits the home of an impoverished opponent.) 8:30 College Basketball: Xavier-Loyola (Chicago) 10:30 People's Court (an overheated automobile, a dispute over a loan of money, time approximate) 11 PM News 11:30 Movie: "Firecreek" (news follows the movie--note: the first time I ever saw a Kentucky edition of TV Guide this was WKYT's Saturday late movie) WGN Ch. 9 Chicago (Ind.) Listed Eastern Time 7 AM Cartoons 7:30 Bullwinkle 8 AM U.S. Farm Report 8:30 World Tomorrow 9 AM Rex Humbard 9:30 Issues Unlimited 10 AM Charlando (en espanol) 10:30 Abbott And Costello 11 AM Superman 11:30 Voyage To The Bottom Of The Sea 12:30 Movie: "Rio Grande" (John Wayne) 2:30 Movie: "The Naughty Nineties" (Abbott and Costello) 4 PM America's Top 10 4:30 Soul Train 5:30 Pink Panther 6 PM Little House On The Prairie 7 PM Muppet Show 7:30 Rhoda 8 PM College Basketball: Marquette-Notre Dame 10 PM Independent Network News (Jeff Kamen, time approximate) 10:30 News 11 PM Solid Gold 12 M Movie: "Von Ryan's Express" 2:30 Editor's Desk 3 AM News 3:30 Movie: "Johnny Apollo" 5:15 TBA WHAS Ch. 11 Louisville (CBS) 7 AM Louisville Tonight (rerun of Friday night's show) 7:30 Bugs Bunny & Friends 8 AM Popeye And Olive 8:30 Tarzan/Lone Ranger/Zorro 9:30 Bugs Bunny/Road Runner Show 11:30 Blackstar 12 N Trollkins 12:30 Tom And Jerry 1 PM Kwicky Koala 1:30 30 Minutes (a report on veterinary care) 2 PM Movie: "Captain Newman, M.D." 4:30 CBS Sports Saturday 6 PM News 6:30 CBS News 7 PM Hee Haw (Bobby Bare, the Stoneman Family, the Glaser Brothers, 15-year-old Kippi Brannon) 8 PM Walt Disney: "The Cat From Outer Space" (Part 1 of 2, from '78) 9 PM Golden Globe Awards (hosts: Linda Gray and Robert Preston; presenters include Connie Francis, Juliet Prowse, Timothy Hutton, Dudley Moore, Tom Selleck, live) 11 PM News (time approximate) 11:30 Movie: "To Kill A Mockingbird" 1:30 News WKRC Ch. 12 Cincinnati (ABC) 6:30 Kids Are People Too (quarterback Jim Plunkett, ventriloquist Willie Tyler and Lester, delay from Sun 10:30 AM) 7:30 Max B. Nimble 8 AM Superfriends 8:30 Heathcliff And Marmaduke 9 AM Fonz And The Happy Days Gang 9:30 Laverne & Shirley (animated) 10 AM Richie Rich/Scooby And Scrappy-Doo 11 AM Goldie Gold And Action Jack 11:30 Thundarr The Barbarian 12 N ABC Weekend Special: "The Notorious Jumping Frog Of Calaveras County" 12:30 Movie: "The Fiction-Makers" (Roger Moore as The Saint, originally presented as a two-parter on the series) 2:30 Solid Gold 3:30 Wild Kingdom 4 PM College Basketball: Ohio State-Iowa 6 PM Wild Kingdom (time approximate) 6:30 News 7 PM Hee Haw 8 PM King's Crossing (attempt at a family-friendly primetime soap) 9 PM Love Boat (passengers: Tanya Roberts, Bert Convy, John Phillip Law, Lynda Day George, Corey Feldman) 10 PM Fantasy Island (visitors: Genie Francis, Edward Winter) 11 PM News 11:30 Movie: "The Cassandra Crossing" 2 AM Movie: "The Three Musketeers" ('48 version with Gene Kelly, Lana Turner, June Allyson) WKPC Ch. 15 Louisville (PBS) 12 N Cross-Country Ski School 12:30 This Old House 1 PM Woodwright's Shop 1:30 Photo Show 2 PM Victory Garden 2:30 Quilting 3 PM By-Line 3:30 Word On Words 4 PM 3-2-1 Contact 4:30 Kathy (nothing given about this) 5 PM Soccer Made In Germany 6 PM Matinee At The Bijou ("Movie Struck," with Laurel and Hardy, from '37) 7:30 Sneak Previews ("On Golden Pond," "Whose Life Is It Anyway?") 8 PM Movie: "Death Takes A Holiday" 10 PM Movie: "Gulliver's Travels" (the '39 animated feature) 11:30 Big Band Cavalcade sign off 12:30 AM WTBS (WPCH) Ch. 17 Atlanta (Ind.) 5:05 Mission: Impossible 6:05 It's Your Business 6:35 Infinity Factory 7:05 Vegetable Soup 7:35 Romper Room And Friends 8:05 The Fight Against Slavery 9:05 Against The Wind 10:05 Movie: "The Phantom Of The Opera" (Claude Rains version, from '43) 12:05 Movie: "Twilight For The Gods" 2:35 Movie: "The Naked Maja" 5:05 Last Of The Wild 5:35 Motor Week 6:05 Wrestling 8:05 Nashville Alive! 9:05 Jacques Cousteau 10:05 News 11:05 The World At War 12:05 Movie: "Walk On The Wild Side" (nothing to do with Lou Reed) 2:35 Movie: "Yellow Canary" (not Tweety) 4:35 Mission: Impossible WLEX Ch. 18 Lexington (NBC) 6 AM U.S. Farm Report 6:30 Farming With Jack Crowner 7 AM Space Kidettes 7:30 Jetsons 8 AM Flintstones 8:30 Smurfs 9:30 Kid Super Power Hour With Shazam 10:30 Addams Family 11 AM Call The Doctor 11:30 Winner's Circle 12 N Wrestling 1 PM College Basketball: Louisville-Florida State 3 PM College Basketball: Georgia-Kentucky (time approximate) 5 PM Center Circle (time approximate) 5:30 Bill Dance Outdoors 6 PM That Nashville Music (Bobby Bare, Billie Jo Spears, the Osborne Brothers (not to be confused with the Osmonds-these brothers do bluegrass), Buddy Spicher) 6:30 NBC News 7 PM Lawrence Welk 8 PM One Of The Boys 8:30 Harper Valley 9 PM Barbara Mandrell 10 PM Billy Crystal Comedy Hour 11 PM News 11:30 Saturday Night Live 1 AM Movie: "Horror Hospital" WXIX Ch. 19 Cincinnati (Ind.) 6:15 Perspective 7 AM Laurel And Hardy Laugh Tunes 7:30 Bugs And Porky 8 AM Tom And Jerry 8:30 Woody Woodpecker 9 AM Movie: "Invasion From Inner Earth" 10:30 Movie: "The World Of Abbott And Costello" 12 N Soul Train 1 PM Star Trek (animated) 1:30 College Basketball: St. Louis-Cincinnati 3:30 Cartoon Festival (time approximate) 4 PM Movie: "No Time For Sergeants" (as Castleman and Podrazik said, "what it was, was Gomer.") 6 PM Happy Days Again 6:30 M*A*S*H 7 PM CHL Hockey: Dallas-Cincinnati 10 PM Nashville On The Road (guest: Susie Allanson, time approximate) 10:30 That Nashville Music (Dave Rowland & Sugar, Gene Watson, Hank Thompson) 11 PM M*A*S*H 11:30 Love Boat (passengers: Loretta Swit, Robert Reed, Hermione Baddeley, Richard Mulligan, Kristy McNichol, pre-empted on Ch. 12, delay from Wed 12 M) 12:40 Evening At The Improv WKYT Ch. 27 Lexington (CBS) 7 AM Movie: "Yodelin' Kid From Pine Ridge" (Gene Autry) 8 AM Popeye And Olive 8:30 Tarzan/Lone Ranger/Zorro 9:30 Bugs Bunny/Road Runner Show 11:30 Blackstar 12 N Trollkins 12:30 Wild Kingdom 1 PM Tobacco Talk 1:30 Sugar Ray Leonard's Golden Gloves (a 26-week amateurboxing tournament debuts, with a team from Iowa against a combined Kansas-Oklahoma team) 2:30 Nashville On The Road 3 PM Backstage At The Grand Ole Opry 3:30 McLain Family Band 4 PM Pop Goes The Country 4:30 CBS Sports Saturday 6 PM News 6:30 CBS News 7 PM Hee Haw 8 PM Walt Disney 9 PM College Basketball: LSU-Florida 11 PM News (time approximate) 11:30 Country Top 20 (Mickey Gilley hosts a show of 1981's chart-toppers; performing: T.G. Sheppard, the Oak Ridge Boys, Alabama) WLKY 32 Alive Louisville (ABC) 7 AM Romper Room 7:30 Kidsworld 8 AM Superfriends 8:30 Heathcliff And Marmaduke 9 AM Fonz And The Happy Days Gang 9:30 Laverne & Shirley (animated) 10 AM Richie Rich/Scooby And Scrappy-Doo 11 AM Goldie Gold And Action Jack 11:30 Thundarr The Barbarian 12 N ABC Weekend Special 12:30 American Bandstand (Innocents, Tom Wopat) 1:30 Emergency! 2:30 The Rookies 3 PM Bill Dance Outdoors 3:30 Pro Bowlers Tour: Quaker State Open finals, live from Grand Prairie, TX (Dallas affiliate WFAA used to really play this up; when they had "Bowling For Dollars" in the '70s they would originate it in Grand Prairie the week of the event.) 5 PM Wide World Of Sports (U.S. Ladies' Figure Skating Championships, Duke Kahanamoku Surfing Classic) 6:30 News 7 PM Skater (the parents of a 12-year-old skater forbid her to take part in a big race after a drug bust at the local rink) 7:30 Healthbeat (cancer therapy using pi-meson radiation; an update on arthritis treatments) 8 PM King's Crossing 9 PM Love Boat 10 PM Fantasy Island 11 PM News 11:30 Movie: "Airport" 2:15 ABC News (Tom Jarriel) WTVQ Ch. 36 Lexington (ABC) 7 AM Tom And Jerry And Friends 8 AM Superfriends 8:30 Heathcliff And Marmaduke 9 AM Fonz And The Happy Days Gang 9:30 Laverne & Shirley (animated) 10 AM Richie Rich/Scooby And Scrappy-Doo 11 AM Goldie Gold And Action Jack 11:30 Thundarr The Barbarian 12 N ABC Weekend Special 12:30 American Bandstand 1:30 Focus 2 PM Wrestling 3 PM My Three Sons 3:30 Movie: "The Bank Dick" (W.C. Fields classic, from '40) 5 PM Wide World Of Sports 6:30 The Jeffersons 7 PM Movie: "Cooley High" 9 PM Love Boat 10 PM Fantasy Island 11 PM News 11:30 Movie: "Hannie Caulder" WDRB Ch. 41 Louisville (Ind.) 7:30 New Shapes: Education 8 AM Space Kidettes 8:30 Jim Bakker 9:30 Love, American Style 10:30 Voyage To The Bottom Of The Sea 11:30 Rifleman 12 N I Love Lucy 12:30 In Search Of... 1 PM Wild Kingdom 1:30 College Basketball: St. Louis-Cincinnati 3:30 Wrestling (time approximate) 4:30 Movie: "Racket Busters" (Humphrey Bogart) 6 PM Solid Gold (KISS, Olivia Newton-John, Ronnie Laws) 7 PM Battlestar Galactica 8 PM Rockford Files 9 PM Lawrence Welk 10 PM Independent Network News 10:30 Jimmy Houston Outdoors 11 PM Sugar Ray Leonard's Golden Gloves 12 M Movie: "Only A Scream Away" KET Kentucky Educational Television (WKZT/23 Elizabethtown, WKSO/29 Somerset, WKMR/38 Morehead, WKLE/46 Lexington, WKON/52 Owenton, WCVN/54 Covington, WKMJ/68 Louisville) (PBS) 4 PM General Educational Development 5 PM Making It Count 6 PM Firing Line (John Kenneth Galbraith debates Reaganomics with William F. Buckley Jr.) 7 PM Creativity With Bill Moyers ("Olympics Of The Mind," a nationwide competition in problem-solving; sounds like "Million Dollar Mind Game") 7:30 Another Page 8 PM Life On Earth (Part 3: "The First Forests") 9 PM All Creatures Great And Small 10 PM The Prime Of Miss Jean Brodie (Part 2) sign off 11 PM Retro: Boston/Manchester/Providence/Portland/Springfield Sun, Jan 25, 1970 from Boston Herald Traveler WGBH 2-NET Boston 1pm American Association for the Advancement of Science "Is There an Optimum Level of Population, Educational Sources, Social Sources, Demographic and Psychological Factors?" 4:00 Rainbow Quest 5:00 NET Journal "Dick Gregory is Alive and Well" 6:00 Firing Line 7:00 NET Journal "A Glimpse of China" 8:00 The Show (guests Mason Williams, the Taj Mahal, and the Group from the Plantations) 9:00 Forsyte Saga "The White Monkey" 10:00 Advocates "Should we continue Indian reservations indefinitely?" WTIC 3-CBS Hartford 8:00 Christophers 8:15 Adventures of Gumby 9:00 World Around Us 9:30 From the College Campus 10:00 Lamp Unto My Feet 10:30 Look Up & Live 11:00 Camera Three 11:30 Perception noon We Believe 12:30 Face the Nation 1:00 Your Community 1:30 Movies: TBA 7:30 To Rome with Love 8:00 Ed Sullivan (guests Patti Page and Mike Douglas) 9:00 Glen Campbell Goodtime Hour (guests Ray Charles, George Gobel, and Gloria Loring) 10:00 Mission: Impossible 11:00 News 11:30 Merv Griffin 1:00 Movie: TBA WBZ 4-NBC Boston 5:45 Living World 6:00 International Zone 6:30 Boomtown 9:00 Government Story 9:30 How to Quit Smoking 10:00 Our Believing World 10:30 Guideline 11:00 Community Auditions 11:30 News noon Movie "A Very Special Favor"/"Tarzan's Desert Mystery" 3:00 Meet the Press 3:30 College Bowl 4:00 Call of the West 4:30 Bing Crosby Golf Classic 6:00 Something Else 6:30 News 7:00 Wild Kingdom "Rulers of the Kalahari" 7:30 Walt Disney "Bon Voyage" (pt 3) 8:30 Bill Cosby "The Worst Crook Who Ever Lived" 9:00 Bonanza 10:00 Bold Ones "Point of Honor" 11:00 News 11:30 Tonight Show 1:00 Nighttrain 1:30 News WHDH 5-CBS Boston (sibling to the Herald Traveler) 6:30 Across the Fence 7:00 Bozo 8:00 Insight 8:30 Faith to Faith 9:00 Turning Point 9:15 Sacred Heart 9:30 Builder's Showcase 10:00 Lamp Unto My Feet 10:30 Look Up & Live 11:00 Camera Three 11:30 Face the Nation noon News 12:30 CBS Golf Classic: Bruce Devlin/Burt Green v Ray Floyd/Bobby Nichols 1:30 Outdoors with Gaddis 2:00 NHL: St. Louis-Philadelphia 4:30 Hawaii Five-O 5:30 News 6:00 Movie "Just for You" 8:00 Ed Sullivan 9:00 Glen Campbell Goodtime Hour 10:00 Mission: Impossible 11:00 News 11:30 CBS News 11:45 Merv Griffin 1:15 Secret Agent WCSH 6-NBC Portland 7:45 News 8:00 Davey & Goliath 8:15 Sacred Heart 8:30 Christophers 9:00 Religious Series 9:30 This is the Life 10:00 Herald of Truth 10:30 Movie "The Navy" noon Movie "The World in His Arms" 2:30 Meet the Press 3:00 Mr. Ed 3:30 Sea Hunt 4:00 Patty Duke 4:30 Bing Crosby Golf Classic 6:00 Branded 6:30 College Bowl 7:00 Wild Kingdom "Rulers of the Kalahari" 7:30 Walt Disney "Bon Voyage" (pt 3) 8:30 Bill Cosby "The Worst Crook Who Ever Lived" 9:00 Bonanza 10:00 Bold Ones "Point of Honor" 11:00 News 11:30 Tonight Show WTEV 6-ABC New Bedford 6:30 Farmer's Corner 7:00 Felix the Cat 7:30 Cartoons 7:45 Protestant Service 8:15 Jewish Service 8:45 Catholic Service 9:30 Dudley Do-Right 10:00 Fantastic Voyage 10:30 Fantastic Four 11:00 Bullwinkle 11:30 Discovery noon Duckpin Bowling 1:00 Outdoors with Gaddis 1:30 Issues & Answers 2:00 Movie: TBA 3:30 Skippy the Bush Kangaroo 4:00 Let's Make a Deal 4:30 Brady Bunch 5:00 Ironside 6:00 Marcus Welby, MD 7:00 Land of the Giants "Panic" 8:00 FBI "Deadly Reunion" 9:00 Sunday Night at the Movies "Hombre" 11:15 News 11:30 Movie: TBA WNAC 7-ABC Boston 6:52 News 7:00 Issues of Our Times 7:30 Talking Talk 8:00 Directions 8:30 Christophers 8:45 Religious Press 9:15 Sunday Mass 10:00 Boston's Beat 10:30 Firing Line 11:30 Discovery noon Movies "The Rains of Ranchipur"/"Winter a Go-Go" 3:30 Issues & Answers 4:00 All-American College Show 4:30 Movie "Off Limits" 6:00 Dick Van Dyke 6:30 News 7:00 Land of the Giants "Panic" 8:00 FBI "Deadly Reunion" 9:00 Sunday Night at the Movies "Hombre" 11:15 News 11:45 Movie "Oh Men! Oh Women!" 1:45 News WMTW 8-ABC Poland Spring 7:15 Insight 7:45 Rusty Wellington 8:15 Cathedral of Tomorrow 9:15 Sunday Mass 10:00 Day of Discovery 10:30 Movie "Love Letters" 1:00 Outdoors with Gaddis 1:30 Issues & Answers 2:00 NBA: teams not listed 4:00 Movie "Father's Little Dividend" 5:30 Here Come the Brides 6:30 Klassroom Kwiz 7:00 Land of the Giants "Panic" 8:00 FBI "Deadly Reunion" 9:00 Sunday Night at the Movies "Hombre" 11:15 News 11:30 Movie "The Devil to Pay" WMUR 9-ABC Manchester 8:15 Living Word 8:30 Big Picture 9:00 Oral Roberts 9:30 Insight 10:00 Faith for Today 10:30 Herald of Truth 11:00 Bullwinkle 11:30 Discovery noon Movie "Another Dawn" 2:30 College Basketball: LaSalle-Duquesne (JIP) 3:30 Drive the Ragged Edge 4:00 American Sportsman 5:00 Wrestling 6:00 Flying Nun 6:30 Courtship of Eddie's Father 7:00 Land of the Giants "Panic" 8:00 FBI "Deadly Reunion" 9:00 Sunday Night at the Movies "Hombre" 11:15 News WJAR 10-NBC Providence 7:45 Leave It to Beaver 8:15 Sacred Heart 8:30 This is the Life 9:00 Frontiers of Faith 9:30 Christophers 10:00 On This Day 10:30 Psychology in Everyday Life 11:00 Living Word 11:15 Social Security in Action 11:30 Your Child in School noon Insight 12:30 Look Here 1:00 Meet the Press 1:30 Movies "The Magic Sword"/"The Seventh Voyage of Sinbad" 4:00 Changing Times 4:15 Dollars & Sense 4:30 Bing Crosby Golf Classic 6:00 High School Tournament: Pawtucket West-South Kingstown 6:30 College Bowl 7:00 Wild Kingdom "Rulers of the Kalahari" 7:30 Walt Disney "Bon Voyage" (pt 3) 8:30 Bill Cosby "The Worst Crook Who Ever Lived" 9:00 Bonanza 10:00 Bold Ones "Point of Honor" 11:00 News 11:30 Movie "Call Me Madam" (ch 10 didn't clear the weekend Tonight Show) WENH 11-NET Durham 5pm Lucky Joe 5:30 NET Playhouse 7:00 Book Beat 7:30 Column Eight 8:00 The Show (same line-up as ch 2) 9:00 Forsyte Saga "The White Monkey" 10:00 Advocates (same topic as ch 2) WPRI 12-CBS Providence 8:00 Jonny Quest 8:30 Mr. Magoo 9:00 Tom & Jerry 9:30 Oral Roberts 10:00 Lamp Unto My Feet 10:30 Day of Discovery 11:00 Face the News 11:30 Face the Nation noon Sports Report 1:00 CBS Golf Classic (no info listed) 2:00 NHL: St. Louis-Philadelphia 4:30 TBA 6:00 News (also at 6:30, one of these is likely network, but the listings didn't indicate which) 7:00 TBA 7:30 To Rome with Love 8:00 Ed Sullivan 9:00 Glen Campbell Goodtime Hour 10:00 Mission: Impossible 11:00 News 11:30 Merv Griffin WGAN 13-CBS Portland 8:00 Oral Roberts 8:30 Skippy the Bush Kangaroo 9:00 Tom & Jerry 9:30 Bugs Bunny 10:00 Word of Life 10:30 Look Up & Live 11:00 Camera Three 11:30 Face the Nation noon Monkees 12:30 Candlepin Kids 1:00 Junior Achievement 1:30 Ken MacKenzie 2:00 NHL: St. Louis-Philadelphia 4:30 Children's Hour 5:30 Ted Mack's Amateur Hour 6:00 News 6:30 Petticoat Junction 7:00 TBA 7:30 To Rome with Love 8:00 Ed Sullivan 9:00 Glen Campbell Goodtime Hour 10:00 Mission: Impossible 11:00 News 11:30 Movie "Unguarded Moment" WWLP 22-NBC Springfield 8:30 Oral Roberts 9:00 Three Stooges 10:00 Chalice of Salvation 11:00 Bowling noon TBA 4:30 Bing Crosby Golf Classic 6:00 TBA 6:30 College Bowl 7:00 Wild Kingdom "Rulers of the Kalahari" 7:30 Walt Disney "Bon Voyage" (pt 3) 8:30 Bill Cosby "The Worst Crook Who Ever Lived" 9:00 Bonanza 10:00 Bold Ones "Point of Honor" 11:00 News 11:30 Tonight Show WSMW 27-Ind Worcester (in its first month on the air, it signed-on January 2nd) noon Christophers 12:30 Wings Around the World 1:00 Bible Answers 1:30 Project Hope 2:00 Ratherdo 4:00 Movie "Little Miss Broadway" 5:30 News 6:00 Zoorama 6:30 Bay State Bowling 7:30 Movie "Chad Hanna" 9:30 Judy Lynn 10:00 News 10:30 Roy Rogers Playhouse WSBK 38-Ind Boston 5:00 Cerebral Palsy Telethon 1:30 College Basketball: LaSalle-Duquesne 3:30 Cerebral Palsy Telethon 6:00 Dobie Gillis 6:30 News 7:00 Suspense Theatre 8:00 Movie "Night and Day" 10:00 Ray Anthony 11:00 Bruins Highlights 11:30 American West WHYN 40-ABC Springfield 9:15 Sacred Heart 9:30 This is the Life 10:00 Faith for Today 10:30 Christophers 11:00 Insight 11:30 Discovery noon Conversation with Frank McInnery 12:30 Happening 1:00 Outdoors with Gaddis 1:30 Issues & Answers 2:00 TBA 6:00 I Spy 7:00 Land of the Giants "Panic" 8:00 FBI "Deadly Reunion" 9:00 Sunday Night at the Movies "Hombre" 11:15 News WGBX 44-NET Boston no scheduled programming WXPO 50-Ind Lowell 4pm Maverick 5:00 Adventures in Paradise 6:00 Secret Agent 7:00 David Susskind 9:00 Here Come the Stars 10:00 Probe 10:30 Weekend in Hollywood mid. Playhouse 50 WKBG 56-Ind Boston 8:00 Words & Music 8:30 Kathryn Kuhlman 9:00 Ultraman 9:30 Bunker Hill 10:30 Superman 11:00 Little Rascals 11:30 Flintstones noon My Favorite Martian 12:30 Patty Duke 1:00 Movie "Boy on a Dolphin" 3:00 Movie "White Witch Doctor" 4:30 Honeymooners 5:00 Big Valley 6:00 Baron 7:00 Champions 8:00 Movie "She Wore a Yellow Ribbon" 10:00 Point of View 10:30 A Sense of Self 11:30 At Your Service What's with all the time-shifting? WHDH 5-CBS Boston 4:30 Hawaii Five-O WTEV 6-ABC New Bedford 4:00 Let's Make a Deal 4:30 Brady Bunch 5:00 Ironside 6:00 Marcus Welby, MD Ironside?? An NBC show?? What's with all the time-shifting? WHDH 5-CBS Boston 4:30 Hawaii Five-O WTEV 6-ABC New Bedford 4:00 Let's Make a Deal 4:30 Brady Bunch 5:00 Ironside 6:00 Marcus Welby, MD Ironside?? An NBC show?? Also delayed: Quote from: Bluenoser on January 24, 2012, 08:28:16 AM WHDH 5-CBS Boston (sibling to the Herald Traveler) 11:45 Merv Griffin WMTW 8-ABC Poland Spring 5:30 Here Come the Brides Apparently, channel 5 carried a late movie on Friday, which bumped Merv (at the time on CBS) to Sunday. These too: WMUR 9-ABC Manchester 6:00 Flying Nun 6:30 Courtship of Eddie's Father Retro: Denver Fri, Mar 26, 1976 from Rocky Mountain News KWGN 2-Ind 7:10 Farm & Ranch Report 7:15 Morning Edition of the News 7:30 Flintstones 8:00 Blinky's Fun Club 8:30 Kartoon Karnival 9:00 Bewitched (bw) 9:30 Green Acres 10:00 Denver Now 10:30 Love, American Style 11:00 I Dream of Jeannie 11:30 Father Knows Best (bw) noon Perry Mason (bw) 1:00 Syl Morgan & the News 1:10 Channel 2 Movie "Out West with the Hardys" (bw) 3:00 Medix (how to safeguard sight in children and adults) 3:30 Lassie (bw) 4:00 Mickey Mouse Club (bw) 4:30 Hogan's Heroes 5:00 I Dream of Jeannie 5:30 That Girl 6:00 Andy Griffith (bw) 6:30 Adam-12 7:00 Best of Hollywood "Manhattan Melodrama" (bw) 9:00 Big News 10:00 Love, American Style 10:30 Suspense Theater "Thriller" (bw) 11:30 Suspense Theater "Outer Limits" (bw) 12:30 Sunrise Theater "Joan of Arc" 2:20 Reflections KOA 4-NBC 5:55 KOA News 6:00 Donahue 7:00 Today 7:25 KOA Morning News 7:30 Today 8:25 KOA Regional Weather 8:30 Today 9:00 Denver Today 9:30 Hollywood Squares 10:00 Magnificent Marble Machine 10:30 Truth or Consequences 10:55 NBC News 11:00 Somerset 11:30 Celebrity Sweepstakes noon KOA News 12:30 Doctors 1:00 Another World 2:00 Days of Our Lives 3:00 Lucy 3:30 Brady Bunch 4:00 Star Trek 5:00 NBC Nightly News 5:30 Newswatch 4 6:00 To Tell the Truth 6:30 Hollywood Squares 7:00 Sanford & Son 7:30 Bell Telephone Jubilee (Bing Crosby and Liza Minnelli host a 100th-anniversary celebration of the phone with guest stars Steve Lawrence, Eydie Gorme, Roy Clark, Ben Vereen, Joel Grey, and Marvin Hamlisch) 9:00 Police Story 10:00 Newswatch 4 10:30 Tonight mid. Midnight Special 1:30 News 1:45 Friday Night Frights "The Gamma People" (bw) 3:30 News KRMA 6-PBS 9:05 Gr 5-6 Literature (bw) 9:30 Sesame Street 10:35 Gr 3-4 Literature 11:00 Gr 1 Music (bw) 11:25 Electric Company --12:30 Draperies 1:00 Gr 1/2/3 Primary Art 1:25 Gr 3-4 Science 1:50 Storytime 2:25 Electric Company 3:00 Gr 3-4 Literature 3:30 TBA 4:00 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 4:30 Sesame Street 5:30 Electric Company 6:00 Zoom 6:30 Your Week in Perspective 7:00 Bill Moyers' Journal 8:00 Washington Week in Review 8:30 Wall Street Week "Options: The Fastest Game in Town" 9:00 Masterpiece Theatre "Upstairs, Downstairs" 10:00 International Animation Festival (tribute to Zagreb Studios, Yugoslavia) 10:30 Aviation Weather KLZ 7-CBS 5:20 Pastoral Call 5:30 Sunrise Semester 6:00 CBS Morning News 6:55 Evan Slack Reporting (bw) 7:00 Captain Kangaroo 8:00 Channel 7 Cartoons 8:30 Gomer Pyle, USMC 9:00 Price is Right 10:00 Robert Young, Family Doctor (syndied Marcus Welby, MD) 11:00 Young & the Restless 11:30 Search for Tomorrow noon NewsService 7 12:30 As the World Turns 1:30 Guiding Light 2:30 Tattletales 3:00 All in the Family 3:30 Gambit 4:00 Dinah Shore (guests Nanette Fabray, Donald O'Connor, Rona Barett, and Marilyn McCoo) 5:00 NewsService 7 6:00 CBS Evening News 6:30 Wild, Wild World of Animals 7:00 Sara 8:00 7 Friday Night Movie "A Dandy in Aspic" 10:00 NewsService 7 10:30 CBS Friday Movie "Brink's: The Great Robbery" 12:35 CBS Friday Night Movie "Red Line 7000" 2:35 All Night Movies "Night Games"/"Bullet in the Flesh" KBTV 9-ABC 6:30 Lone Ranger 7:00 Good Morning America 9:00 Honeymooners 9:30 Happy Days 10:00 Let's Make a Deal 10:30 All My Children 11:00 Ryan's Hope 11:30 Rhyme & Reason noon KBTV News 12:30 Neighbors 1:00 General Hospital 1:30 One Life to Live 2:00 Edge of Night 2:30 $20,000 Pyramid 3:00 Merv Griffin (guests Pearl Bailey and Buck Owens) 4:00 Crosswits 4:30 ABC Evening News 5:00 9 News 6:00 Mike Douglas (co-host Tony Randall/guests weren't listed) 7:00 Donny & Marie 8:00 ABC Friday Night Movie "Lords of Flatbush" 10:00 9 News 10:35 Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman 11:05 Rookies 12:10 Friday Movie "Only the Cool" Knoxville, TN - November 26, 1963 (EVENING) From the Knoxville News-Sentinel: WATE-TV 6 [NBC], owned by Paul Mountcastle 4:00pm - 4:30pm Match Game 4:30pm - 5:00pm Make Room For Daddy 5:00pm - 5:30pm Mickey Mouse 5:30pm - 6:00pm Yogi Bear 6:00pm - 6:30pm Dateline '63 (WATE's 6pm newscast) 6:30pm - 7:00pm The Huntley-Brinkley Report 7:00pm - 7:30pm Lawman 7:30pm - 8:30pm Mr. Novak 8:30pm - 9:00pm Redigo 9:00pm - 10:00pm UT Playback (UT vs. Kentucky) 10:00pm - 11:00pm Andy Williams (color) 11:00pm - 11:30pm WATE News Central (WATE's 11pm newscast) 11:30pm - 1:15am The Tonight Show WBIR-TV 10 [CBS], owned by Multimedia 4:00pm - 4:30pm The Secret Storm 4:30pm - 6:00pm Early Show (movie not listed) 6:00pm - 6:15pm Three Stooges 6:15pm - 6:30pm News 6:30pm - 7:00pm CBS Evening News with Walter Cronkie 7:00pm - 8:00pm Maverick 8:00pm - 9:00pm Red Skelton 9:00pm - 9:30pm Petticoat Junction 9:30pm - 10:00pm The Jack Benny Show 10:00pm - 11:00pm Garry Moore 11:00pm - 11:15pm News and Weather 11:15pm - 12:30am Late Show ("Ride Out For Revenge" with Lloyd Bridges) WTVK-TV 26 [ABC], owned by South Central 4:00pm - 5:00pm Trailmaster 5:00pm - 6:45pm Five-Star Movie 6:45pm - 7:15pm Medic 7:15pm - 7:30pm News (ABC? local?) 7:30pm - 8:30pm Combat 8:30pm - 9:00pm McHale's Navy 9:00pm - 10:00pm Greatest Show 10:00pm - 11:00pm Murphy Martin 11:00pm - 11:15pm News (ABC? local?) Quote from: KnoxvilleTVFan on January 10, 2012, 10:34:44 PM From the Knoxville News-Sentinel: 11:00pm - 11:30pm WATE News Central (WATE's 11pm newscast) 11:30pm - 1:15am The Tonight Show Quote from: firepoint525 on January 11, 2012, 02:03:03 PM Wouldn't this have been the first day that the networks returned to normal programming following the JFK assassination? I'm guessing that everything shown here aired as scheduled, but we all know about that "subject to change" disclaimer. That was a Tuesday night. This also begs a couple of questions concerning Channel 6 and NBC: 1. I see that News Central aired from 11 to 11:30. They must have been a station that blew off the first 15 minutes of the Tonight Show, and picked it up at 11:30. How many stations did that? I recall reading that the 15 minute segment from 11:15 to 11:30 was dropped around 1965 because a lot of stations did this. It got to the point that Ed McMahon and Skitch Henderson handeled that part of the show, and that Johnny didn't come out to do a monologue until 11:30 because of this. 2. Does anyone recall what the Tonight Show was like on that first night back for Johnny after the shootings (JFK and LHO)? He must have at least mentioned the mood of the country at some point during the show. It's sad that we can't see that tape because of NBC's ludicrous policy of erasing videotape so frequently back then. I'm wondering if there's an error on WTVK's listing. "The Fugitive" aired on ABC Tuesdays at 10 at the time, followed by Murphy Martin's newscast (network) from 11-11:10. Unless something with Martin pre-empted "The Fugitive" that night, that should be what was scheduled. WTVK signed off right after Martin's newscast. New York TV- Fall 1986 NEW YORK TV- FALL 1986 Wednesday November 5, 1986 Source: New York Times WCBS-TV 2 6:00 am - CBS Early Morning News (with local inserts) 6:30- Today’s Business 7:00- CBS Morning News 9:00 – True Confessions 9:30 - The Judge 10:00 - The $25,000 Pyramid 10:30 - Card Sharks (hosted by Bob Eubanks) 11:00 - The Price is Right Noon - Channel 2 News at Noon 12:30 - The Young and the Restless 1:30 - As The World Turns 2:30- Capitol 3:00 - Guiding Light 4:00 – Divorce Court 4:30 – Superior Court 5:00 - Channel 2 News at 5 (with Jim Jensen and Carol Martin) 5:30 - Channel 2 News at 5:30 6:00 - Channel 2 News at 6 (with Jim Jensen and Michelle Marsh) 7:00 - CBS Evening News with Dan Rather 7:30 - Wheel of Fortune 8:00 –The New Mike Hammer 9:00- Magnum, P.I 10:00- The Equalizer 11:00 - Channel 2 News at 11 (with Michelle Marsh and Mike Schnieder) 11:30 – Adderly 12:40- Movie- To Be Announced 2am- CBS News Nightwatch WNBC-TV 4 5:00- Ben Casey 6:00 - Today in New York 6:30 - NBC News at Sunrise 7:00 - Today (with Bryant Gumbel and Jane Pauley) 9:00 – People’s Court 9:30- Love Connection 10:00 – Family Ties 10:30 - Sale of the Century 11:00 - Wheel of Fortune 11:30 - Scrabble Noon - Super Password 12:30 – Search for Tomorrow 1:00 - Days of Our Lives 2:00 - Another World 3:00 - Santa Barbara 4:00 – Donahue 5:00 - Live at Five (with Cafferty and Simmons) 6:00 - News 4 New York (with Scarborough and Pat Harper) 7:00 - NBC Nightly News with Tom Brokaw 7:30 – Newlywed Game 8:00- Highway To Heaven 9:00- Gimme A Break? 9:30- You Again 10:00- St. Elsewhere 11:00 - News 4 New York (with Scarborough and Simmons) 11:30 – The Tonight Show With Johnny Carson 12:30 am- Late Night with David Letterman 1:30am- News 4 New York (repeat from 11pm) 2:00am- Crosswits 2:30am- Sally Jessy Raphael 3:00am- Ben Casey 4:00am- Sign-Off WABC-TV 7 5:00- Dating Game 5:30 - Morning Stretch 6:00 - ABC World News This Morning (with local inserts) 7:00 - Good Morning America 9:00 - The Morning Show (aka Live with Regis and Kathie Lee) 10:00 – Oprah Winfrey Show 11:00 – Fame, Fortune and Romance 11:30 – Webster Noon - Ryan's Hope 12:30 - Loving 1:00 - All My Children 2:00 - One Life to Live 3:00 - General Hospital 4:00 – Jeopardy! 4:30- Card Sharks 5:00 - Eyewitness News (with Ernie Anastos and Roz Abrams) 6:00 - Eyewitness News (with Bill Beutel and John Johnson) 7:00 - ABC World News Tonight with Peter Jennings 7:30 - Hollywood Squares 8:00- Perfect Strangers 8:30- Head of the Class 9:00- Dynasty 10:00- Hotel 11:00- Eyewitness News (with Ernie Anastos and Kaity Tong) 11:30- ABC News Nightline 12am- Nightlife 12:30- Dick Cavett Show 1:30- Tales of the Unexpected 2am- Movie- The Shakiest Gun in the West (1968) 4am- Tales of the Unexpected 4:30- Sign-Off WNYW 5 (owned by Fox/News Corp.) 6:00 am - Jayce 6:30 - Centurions 7:00 - Rambo 7:30 - Defenders of the Earth 8:00 – The Flintstones 8:30 - My Little Pony 9:00 – Brady Bunch 9:30 – Leave it to Beaver 10:00 – I Love Lucy 10:30- Bewitched 11:00 – One Day At A Time 11:30 – All In The Family Noon – Midday with Bill Boggs 1:00 - Hour Magazine (with Gary Collins) 2:00 – Inspector Gadget 2:30 - Jetsons 3:00 – Silverhawks 3:30 – She-Ra 4:00 – He-Man 4:30 – Thundercats 5:00 – Diff’rent Strokes 5:30 – The Facts of Life 6:00 - Three's Company 6:30 – WKRP in Cincinnati 7:00 – M*A*S*H 7:30 - A Current Affair (with Maury Povich) 8:00 – Movie- Donovan’s Reef (1963) 10:00 - The Ten O'Clock News (with Roland and Mihalik) 11:00 – The Late Show 12:00 am - Kojak 1:00- I Love Lucy 1:30 – Get Smart 2:00 – Movie- The Seventh Dawn (1964) 4:30am- Sign-Off WOR-TV 9 5:00 am- CNN News 6:00- Jimmy Swaggart 6:30 – 700 Club 7:30 – Straight Talk 8:30 – Romper Room 9:30 – Zoobilee Zoo 10:00 – My Favorite Martian 10:30- Abbott and Costello 11:00 – Partridge Family 11:30- I Dream of Jeannie Noon - News at Noon (with Tom Dunn and Sara Lee Kessler) 1:00 – Movie- Romance of a Horse Thief (1971) 3:00 – Cannon 4:00 - Police Woman 5:00 – Hart to Hart 6:00 – Magnum P.I 7:00 - The $100,000 Pyramid 7:30 – Entertainment Tonight (with Mary Hart and John Tesh) 8:00-- News 9: Primetime 8:30- $1,000,000 Chance of a Lifetime (hosted by Jim Lange) 9:00 – Movie- Shamus (1973) 11:00 –Carol Burnett 11:30- Police Woman 12:30- Entertainment Tonight 1:00 - The Joe Franklin Show 2:00 – Movie- I Died A Thousand Times (1955) 4:00- Jackie Gleason WPIX 11 5:00- One Step Beyond 5:30- INN News 6:00 – Open Mind 6:30 – Robotech 7:00 – Heathcliff 7:30 - Gobots 8:00 - Galaxy Rangers 8:30 – Scooby Doo 9:00 - Munsters 9:30 - F-Troop 10:00 – Falcon Crest 11:00- Best Talk in Town (host: Nola Roeper) 11:30 – Love Boat 12:30- Movie- Tenspeed and Brown Shoe (1980) 2:30 – Superfriends 3:00 – Smurfs 3:30 – Ghostbusters 4:00 - G.I. Joe 4:30 – Transformers 5:00 – Gimme A Break 5:30- Happy Days 6:00 – Gimme A Break 6:30 - Benson 7:00 – Jeffersons 7:30- INN News 8:00- Movie- Hold the Dream (1986) (Part 2 of 2) 10:00- INN News 10:30- News 11:00- The Odd Couple 11:30- Honeymooners Midnight - Star Trek 1:00 – The Twilight Zone 1:30- INN News 2:00- Grizzly Adams 3:00- Emergency 4:00- Sign-Off Retro: Kansas City/Topeka/St. Joseph Sat, Oct 27, 1984 from TV Guide-Kansas City edition KQTV 2-ABC St. Joseph 6:25 Story of Jesus 6:30 US Farm Report 7:00 Superfriends 8:00 Mighty Orbots 8:30 Turbo Teen 9:00 Dragon's Lair 9:30 New Scooby-Doo Mysteries 10:00 Scary Scooby Funnies 10:30 Littles 11:00 ABC Weekend Special "The Secret World of Og" (pt 1) 11:30 American Bandstand (guests Stephen Stills and Prime Time, plus a video from Steve Perry) 12:30 Wrestling 1:30 School Days 2:00 Sportsbeat (profile of Lou Guida, who was trying to purchase all the offspring of Niatross, a horse considered to be the best pacer ever) 2:30 College Football: ABC had regional coverage, led by Texas-SMU and Notre Dame-LSU 6:00 Hee Haw (guests Porter Wagoner, Amy Grant, the Million Dollar Band, and the Twin River Cloggers) 7:00 T.J. Hooker 8:00 Love Boat 9:00 Finder of Lost Loves 10:00 News 10:30 Solid Gold (music from Paul McCartney, the Pointer Sisters, Cyndi Lauper, Christopher Cross, and Quiet Riot; plus comedy with Rich Little and John Roarke) 11:30 Star Search (guests Larry Gatlin & the Gatlin Brothers) 12:30 Tales from the Darkside 1:00 ABC News 1:15 News 1:45 Story of Jesus WDAF 4-NBC Kansas City 6:30 Romper Room 7:00 Snorks 7:30 Pink Panther & Sons 8:00 Smurfs 9:30 Alvin & the Chipmunks 10:00 Kidd Video 10:30 Mr. T 11:00 Spider-Man & His Amazing Friends 11:30 Going Bananas (new time) noon Little House on the Prairie 1:00 Wonder Woman 2:00 Bowling: Indianapolis Open 3:30 NBC SportsWorld: Marvelous Marvin Hagler, the undisputed middleweight champ (59-2-2/49 KO), defends his belt against Mustafa Hamsho (38-2-2/23 KO) in a 15-round bout, taped Oct. 19 in New York) 5:00 News 5:30 Decision '84: Kansas 3rd District Congressional debate (Jan Meyers-R, Jack Reardon-D, and John Ralph-Ind) 6:00 Hee Haw (same line-up as ch 2) 7:00 Diff'rent Strokes 7:30 Gimme a Break! 8:00 Partners in Crime 9:00 Hot Pursuit 10:00 News 10:30 Saturday Night Live: a rerun from May with co-hosts Ed Koch, Edwin Newman, Betty Thomas, Billy Crystal, and Fr. Guido Sarducci; music by the Cars mid. Star Search 1:00 This Week's Music (performances by Shannon, Gary US Bonds, Comateens, and Cyndi Lauper/videos by David Bowie, the Go-Gos, and Lindsey Buckingham) KCTV 5-CBS Kansas City 6:30 Captain Kangaroo (visit with a 18-yr-old clarinetist) 7:00 Shirt Tales 7:30 Get Along Gang 8:00 Jim Henson's Muppet Babies 8:30 Saturday Supercade 9:30 Pole Position 10:00 Dungeons & Dragons 10:30 Pryor's Place 11:00 College Football: Ohio State-Wisconsin 2:30 NBA: Houston-Dallas 5:00 This Week in Country Music 5:30 CBS Evening News 6:00 News 6:30 Sports Extra: Kansas City Comets (season preview for the MISL team, which moved from San Francisco in 1981 and was located in Detroit before moving to the Bay Area in 1980) 7:00 Airwolf 8:00 Mickey Spillane's Mike Hammer 9:00 Cover Up 10:00 News 10:30 Movie "The Philadelphia Story" (bw) 12:45 America's Top 10 (featuring Melissa Manchester, Wham!, Chaka Khan, and the Cars) 1:15 Christian Children's Fund 1:45 CNN Headline News KMOS 6-PBS Sedalia/Warrensburg 9:00 Sesame Street 10:00 Voyage of the Mimi 10:30 Spaces 11:00 Victory Garden 11:30 International Kitchen noon Frugal Gourmet 12:30 This Old House 1:00 Do-It-Yourself Show 1:30 Woodwright's Shop 2:00 MotorWeek 2:30 Wild America 3:00 Nature 4:00 Masterpiece Theatre "Private Schulz" (conclusion) 5:00 Matinee at the Bijou 6:30 Creativity with Bill Moyers (tomatoes are used to examine agricultural innovation) 7:00 Solar Energy Now? (2 solar engineers compare active and passive solar energy systems) 7:30 House in the Sun (construction of a solar home shows the basics of a passive solar energy system) 8:00 Conversations 8:30 Lee Mace Ozark Opry 9:00 Austin City Limits (guest Jerry Lee Lewis) 10:00 Mystery! "Sergeant Cribb" 11:00 Spectrum: Hawaii (the art of Japanese paper making/a Kabuki performance) KMBC 9-ABC Kansas City 6:30 US Farm Report 7:00 Superfriends 8:00 Mighty Orbots 8:30 Turbo Teen 9:00 Dragon's Lair 9:30 New Scooby-Doo Mysteries 10:00 Scary Scooby Funnies 10:30 Littles 11:00 ABC Weekend Special "The Secret World of Og" (pt 1) 11:30 College Football: Colorado-Oklahoma State 2:30 College Football: ABC regional coverage 6:00 News 6:30 '84 Vote: The Candidates (KS 2nd District Congressional debate between Jim Slattery (R) and Jim Van Slyke (D)) 7:00 T.J. Hooker 8:00 Love Boat 9:00 Finder of Lost Loves 10:00 News 10:30 Movie "A Fire in the Sky" (a comet is on a collision course with Phoenix) 1:30 ABC News KTWU 11-PBS Topeka 7:30 Basic Algebra 8:00 Theory of Communication 9:00 Sneak Previews 9:30 This Old House 10:00 MotorWeek 10:30 Magic of Oil Painting 11:00 Educational Computing 11:30 Victory Garden noon Sesame Street 1:00 Kansas Archaeology 2:00 Congress: We the People 3:00 Focus on Society 4:00 New Literacy: Intro to Computers 5:00 From Jumpstreet 5:30 Matinee at the Bijou 7:00 Six-Gun Heroes "Forbidden Trails" (bw) 8:00 Austin City Limits (guests Ray Charles and Lee Greenwood; simulcast on KSKX 1440-station is now news/talk/high school sports KMAJ) 9:00 Movie "The Tender Trap" 11:00 David Susskind "Brilliant Minds, Brilliant Conversations" (KC saw this the following night at 10:30 on ch 19) WIBW 13-CBS Topeka 6:30 Captain Kangaroo 7:00 Kidsworld 7:30 Get Along Gang 8:00 Jim Henson's Muppet Babies 8:30 Saturday Supercade 9:30 Pole Position 10:00 Whizzo's Saturday Circus 10:30 Pryor's Place 11:00 College Football: Ohio State-Wisconsin 2:30 NBA: Houston-Dallas 5:00 In Your Own Back Yard 5:30 CBS Evening News 6:00 This Week in Country Music (interviews wirth Willie Nelson, Dolly Parton, and Kenny Rogers) 6:30 Best in the Country 7:00 Airwolf 8:00 Mickey Spillane's Mike Hammer 9:00 Cover Up 10:00 News 10:30 Solid Gold (Rick Dees and guest co-host Irene Cara welcome guests Mr. T, America, John Schneider, John Cafferty & the Beaver Brown Band, Champaign, and Herbie Hancock; also a video by the Pointer Sisters) 11:30 Puttin' on the Hits mid. Entertainment This Week 1:00 News KCPT 19-PBS Kansas City 8:00 Many Lives of Dr. Faust 10:00 It's Everybody's Business noon Frugal Gourmet 12:30 This Old House 1:00 Do-It-Yourself Show 1:30 Woodwright's Shop 2:00 Square Foot Gardening 2:30 Victory Garden 3:00 World Chess Championship 1984 3:30 MotorWeek 4:00 New Tech Times 4:30 Newton's Apple (season premiere of its 2nd season, with a 3000-yr-old Egyptian mummy examined with X-rays, a CAT scan, and fiber optics) 5:00 Wild America 5:30 Sneak Previews 6:00 Kansas City Illustrated 7:00 Nature of Things 8:00 Movie "Rancho Notorious" 10:00 Monty Python's Flying Circus 10:30 Austin City Limits (same line-up as ch 6) KSNT 27-NBC Topeka 7:00 Snorks 7:30 Pink Panther & Sons 8:00 Smurfs 9:30 Alvin & the Chipmunks 10:00 Kidd Video 10:30 Tom & Jerry 11:30 College Football: Colorado-Oklahoma City 2:30 Bowling (JIP) 3:30 NBC SportsWorld: Hagler v Hamsho 5:00 In Search of... 5:30 NBC Nightly News 6:00 Hee Haw (same guests as ch 2) 7:00 Diff'rent Strokes 7:30 Gimme a Break! 8:00 Partners in Crime 9:00 Hot Pursuit 10:00 News 10:30 College Football: Oklahoma-Kansas (tape delay) KSHB 41-Ind Kansas City 5:00 Rat Patrol 5:30 Topper (bw) 6:00 Target 6:30 Mighty Mouse 7:00 Popeye 8:00 Pink Panther 9:00 Bugs Bunny 9:30 Kids Incorporated 10:00 Fame 11:00 Solid Gold noon Battlestar Galactica 1:00 Starsky & Hutch 2:00 Six Million Dollar Man 3:00 Emergency! 4:00 Kung Fu 5:00 Buck Rogers in the 25th Century 6:00 Star Trek 7:00 Solid Gold (same show as ch 13) 8:00 Movie "Dallas" 10:00 Soap 10:30 Movie "The Curse of Frankenstein" 12:30 Puttin' on the Hits 1:00 Essence (interview with Gladys Knight/discussing apartheid/relationship between diet and health) 1:30 Black Music Magazine (videos from Prince, Donna Summer, Madonna, and Ray Parker Jr...one of these things is not like the others Grin) 2:00 Music Magazine (videos from Kansas, Sheena Easton, Eurythmics, Donald Fagan, and Central Line) 2:30 Movie "Sweet Hostage" 4:30 Gunsmoke KLDH 49-ABC Topeka 7:00 Superfriends 8:00 Mighty Orbots 8:30 Turbo Teen 9:00 Dragon's Lair 9:30 New Scooby-Doo Mysteries 10:00 Scary Scooby Funnies 10:30 Littles 11:00 ABC Weekend Special "The Secret World of Og" (pt 1) 11:30 American Bandstand 12:30 America's Top 10 1:00 BJ/Lobo 2:00 Sportsbeat 2:30 College Football: ABC regional coverage 6:00 Small World (KLDH didn't have local news; through the week, Jennings aired at 6) 7:00 T.J. Hooker 8:00 Love Boat 9:00 Finder of Lost Loves 10:00 INN News (which aired here 7 nights a week) 10:30 Movie "Red Alert" KEKR 62-Ind Kansas City 7:00 NFL Week in Review 7:30 MDTV 8:00 Golf 9:00 Roller Game 10:00 Wrestling 11:00 Soul Train noon Movie "Toklat" 2:00 Movie "The Cold Room" 4:00 Movie "Wild River" 6:00 Which Witch is Which? 6:30 Fat Albert Halloween Special 7:00 Halloween Thriller (Vincent Price hosts this show featuring videos from ghosts and ghouls of every kind, including Ozzy and "Time Warp" from Rocky Horror) 8:00 Countryline (pilot/music from Ronnie Milsap, Waylon Jennings, Juice Newton, Dolly Parton, and Earl Thomas Conley; also behind the scenes at an Alabama video) 10:00 Movie "mark of the Devil" mid. Outer Limits (bw) 1:00 Movin' On KEKR 62-Ind Kansas City 7:00 NFL Week in Review 7:30 MDTV 8:00 Golf 9:00 Roller Game 10:00 Wrestling 11:00 Soul Train 2:00 Movie "The Cold Room" 4:00 Movie "Wild River" 6:00 Which Witch is Which? 6:30 Fat Albert Halloween Special 7:00 Halloween Thriller (Vincent Price hosts this show featuring videos from ghosts and ghouls of every kind, including Ozzy and "Time Warp" from Rocky Horror) 8:00 Countryline (pilot/music from Ronnie Milsap, Waylon Jennings, Juice Newton, Dolly Parton, and Earl Thomas Conley; also behind the scenes at an Alabama video) 10:00 Movie "mark of the Devil" mid. Outer Limits (bw) 1:00 Movin' On I was wondering what channel Soul Train came in Kansas City during its early years. When I moved to Kansas City in 97 it was airing at 2:30am on Saturday nights on Fox 4 WDAF. In 2001 it moved to KCWE 29 UPN Sunday afternoons. Retro: Southern Quebec Mon, Jan 9, 1978 from Montreal Gazette CBFT 2-Montreal/CBVT 11-Quebec City (SRC) 8:55 Sun Runners 9:15 Les 100 tours du Centour 9:30 Les Oraliens 9:45 En mouvement 10:00 Une fenetre dans ma tete 10:15 Virginie 10:30 Magazine-Express 11:00 Les trouvailles de Clemence 11:30 Laurel et Hardy (Laurel & Hardy) noon Sesame (local version of Sesame Street) 12:30 Les Coqueluches 1:30 Le Telejournal 1:35 Femme d'aujourd'hui 2:30 Cinema "L'orphelin a la voix d'or" 4:00 Bobino 4:30 Alexandre et le roi 5:00 L'heure de pointe 6:00 Ce soir 7:00 Daniel Boone 8:00 A cause de mon oncle 8:30 Le pont 9:00 Cinema "Angoisse: un assassin a chaque tournant" 10:30 Le Telejournal/Nouvelles du sport 11:00 Meteo 11:05 Arsene Lupin 12:05 Cinema "Les plus belles escroqueries du monde" 2:00 (2) Le Telejournal WCAX 3-CBS Burlington 7:00 CBS Morning News 8:00 Captain Kangaroo 9:00 Mike Douglas 10:30 Price is Right 11:30 Love of Life 11:55 CBS News noon Young & the Restless 12:30 Search for Tomorrow 1:00 Channel 3 News & Weather 1:10 Across the Fence 1:30 As the World Turns 2:30 Guiding Light 3:30 All in the Family 4:00 Gilligan's Island 4:30 Gunsmoke 5:30 Gomer Pyle 6:00 Channel 3 News Hour 7:00 CBS Evening News 7:30 $128,000 Question 8:00 Variety '77: The Year in Entertainment 9:30 Another Day (premiere) 10:00 Switch 11:00 Channel 3 Nightbeat 11:30 Movie "Partners in Crime" CFCM 4-TVA/Tele-Capitale Quebec City (most of CFCM's schedule was regionally simulcast on CFER Rimouski and CIMT Riviere-du-Loup) 7:30 Dessins animes (cartoons) 7:45 Entre 8 et 9 9:00 Au bout du fil 10:30 Une heure avec vous 11:30 Dessins animes 11:45 Meteo 11:50 L'Actualite noon De tout de tous 1:00 Diner-chaud 2:00 Cinema "Guerre en dentelles" 3:30 Dessins animes 4:00 Les joyeux naufrages (Gilligan's Island) 4:30 Les nouveaux Tannants 5:30 Parle parle, jase jase 6:30 Aujourd'hui 7:00 Que sera sera (Doris Day) 7:30 Les Berger 8:00 Dominique 8:30 Indiscretion d'une camera 9:00 Cinema "Prisonnier de la Casbah" 10:30 Nouvelles TVA 11:00 Sport avec Guy Lemieux 11:10 Cinema "Brigade des cowboys" CKMI 5-CBC Quebec City (anglo sister of CFCM) 8:45 Friendly Giant 9:00 Bonjour, bon jour 9:15 Davey & Goliath 9:30 Quebec Schools Telecast 10:30 Mr. Dressup 11:00 Sesame Street noon Bob McLean 12:55 CBC News 1:00 Movie "Nearest and Dearest" 2:30 Edge of Night 3:00 Take 30 3:30 Celebrity Cooks 4:00 Stationary Ark 4:30 Mr. Dressup 5:00 Mary Tyler Moore 5:30 Tattletales 6:00 City at Six (simulcasting CBMT news) 7:00 Around the City with Bob 7:30 Gong Show 8:00 Betty White 8:30 Front Page Challenge 9:00 Wayne & Shuster Superspecial (longtime collaborator Don Cullemn, playing a well-ventilated Gen. Custer, was on that week's TV Times (Southam syndied supplement) cover) 10:00 CBC Newsmagazine 10:30 Man Alive 11:00 The National 11:22 Merv Griffin (guests Robert Goulet and J.J. Walker) WPTZ 5-NBC Plattsburgh 7:00 Today 9:00 Phil Donahue (Phil discusses Polygamy) 10:00 Sanford & Son 10:30 Hollywood Squares 11:00 Wheel of Fortune 11:30 Knockout noon To Say the Least 12:30 Gong Show 1:00 For Richer, for Poorer 1:30 Days of Our Lives 2:30 Doctors 3:00 Another World 4:00 Brady Bunch 4:30 Partridge Family 5:00 Emergency One! 6:00 Eyewitness News 6:30 NBC Nightly News 7:00 Odd Couple 7:30 Gong Show 8:00 Little House on the Prairie 9:00 Movie "Car Wash" 11:00 Eyewitness News 11:30 Tonight Show 1:00 Tomorrow CBMT 6-CBC Montreal 8:45 Friendly Giant 9:00 Bonjour, bon jour 9:15 Davey & Goliath 9:30 Quebec Schools Telecast 10:30 Mr. Dressup 11:00 Sesame Street noon Bob McLean 12:55 CBC News 1:00 Tattletales 1:30 Coronation Street 2:00 Ryan's Hope 2:30 Edge of Night 3:00 Take 30 3:30 Celebrity Cooks 4:00 Stationary Ark 4:30 Mr. Dressup 5:00 Country Canada "Seal Hunt" (following the Newfoundland seal hunt) 5:30 All in the Family 6:00 City at Six 7:00 Mary Tyler Moore 7:30 In Question 8:00 Betty White 8:30 Front Page Challenge 9:00 Wayne & Shuster Superspecial 10:00 CBC Newsmagazine 10:30 Man Alive 11:00 The National 11:22 City Tonight 11:35 90 Minutes Live CHLT 7-TVA Sherbrooke 8:15 Fanfan Dede 8:45 Les petits bonshommes 9:00 A la bonn'heure 10:30 Sans detour 11:00 Une heure avec vous 11:30 Les petits bonshommes 12:20 Midi-Nouvelles 12:30 Diner-chaud 1:30 Cinema "Sentence de mort" 3:15 Pourquoi pas? 4:00 Monsieur Tranquille 4:30 Les nouveaux Tannants 5:30 Parle parle, jase jase 6:30 Les copains du Western 7:00 Que sera sera (Doris Day) 7:30 Les Berger 8:00 Dominique 8:30 Indiscretion d'une camera 9:00 Cinema "La justice de Simon l'Indien" 10:30 Nouvelles TVA 11:00 La couleur du temps 11:15 Auto-patrouille (Adam-12) 11:45 Brigade criminelle CJOH 8-CTV Cornwall 6:00 University of the Air "Ancient Technology" 6:30 Art of Cooking 7:00 Canada AM 9:00 Romper Room 9:30 Morning Show 10:30 Definition 11:00 Joyce Davidson 11:30 It's Your Move noon Flintstones 12:25 Farm Market Report 12:30 Movie "The King and Four Queens" 2:00 Alan Hamel (guests Raymond Burr, Don Galloway, Billy Braver, Pat Hornung, and Brian & Brenda) 3:00 Another World 4:00 I Dream of Jeannie "Jeannie or the Tiger" 4:30 Bewitched 5:00 Emergency! 6:00 Newsline 7:00 Bobby Vinton (guests Marilyn McCoo and Billy Davis Jr.) 7:30 Headline Hunters 8:00 Switch 9:00 Movie "Car Wash" 11:00 CTV National News 11:22 Nightline mid. Movie "The Amorous Adventures of Ned Flanders" WMTW 8-ABC Poland Spring 7:00 Good Morning America 9:00 Good Day! (simulcast from WCVB Boston) 10:30 Family Affair 11:00 Happy Days 11:30 Family Feud noon The Better Sex 12:30 Ryan's Hope 1:00 All My Children 2:00 $20,000 Pyramid 2:30 One Life to Live 3:15 General Hospital 4:00 Addams Family 4:30 Gunsmoke 5:30 Newscircle 6:00 ABC Evening News (6 months later, it would be re-branded ABC World News Tonight) 6:30 In Search of...Firewalkers 7:00 Mary Tyler Moore 7:30 Get Smart 8:00 Lucan 9:00 Movie "Superdome" 11:00 News Final 11:30 Police Story Cable TV 8-Montreal 1pm Radio-Quebec programming (see CIVM 17 listings; RQ programs were simulcast on community channels in some areas) 10:30 Dimension juive 11:00 Action sociale 11:30 Nouvelles du monde germanique National Cablevision 9-Montreal 5:30pm Tout un choix 5:45 Signes-echanges 6:00 Nouvelles du monde germanique 6:20 La voix de Chine 6:30 Recettes gastronomiques 6:40 Tele-Vietnam 7:00 Dimension juive 7:20 Hispano-Amerique 7:40 Luso-Quebecois 8:00 Voix hellenique 8:20 Echos du monde armenien 8:40 Haitiens au Quebec 9:30 Entre-Nous CFTM 10-TVA Montreal 8:00 Les petits bonshommes 8:15 Fanfan Dede 8:45 Les petits bonshommes 9:00 A la bonn'heure 10:30 Une heure avec vous 11:30 Les petits bonshommes 12:20 Midi-Nouvelles 12:30 Diner-chaud 1:30 Cinema "Sentence de mort" 3:15 Services a la communaute 4:00 Monsieur Tranquille 4:30 Les nouveaux Tannants 5:30 Parle parle, jase jase 6:30 Le 10 vous informe 7:00 Que sera sera (Doris Day) 7:30 Les Berger 8:00 Dominique 8:30 Indiscretion d'une camera 9:00 Cinema "La justice de Simon l'Indien" 10:30 Nouvelles TVA 11:00 La couleur du temps 11:15 Auto-patrouille (Adam-12) 11:45 Brigade criminelle 12:15 Cinema "Ce soir ou jamais" 2:00 Le 10 vous informe CFCF 12-CTV Montreal 6:00 University of the Air "Ancient Technology" 6:30 Morning Exercises 7:00 Canada AM 9:00 Romper Room 9:30 The Community 10:00 Ed Allen 10:30 Joyce Davidson 11:00 Art of Cooking 11:30 Definition noon Flintstones 12:30 Celebrity Revue 1:30 McGowan & Co. 2:00 Alan Hamel 3:00 Another World 4:00 Match Game '78 4:30 It's Your Move 5:00 Price is Right 6:00 Pulse 7:00 Bobby Vinton 7:30 Headline Hunters 8:00 Switch 9:00 Movie "Car Wash" 11:00 CTV National News 11:22 Pulse mid. Movie "Once a Thief" CIVM 17-RQ Montreal 1:30pm Mon ami Pierrot et Musti 1:45 Les Oraliens 2:00 Les 100 tours de Centour 2:15 Passe-Partout 2:45 En se recontant l'histoire d'ici 3:45 Silence, on rit 4:00 Tele-ressources 5:00 Valeurs 5:30 Allez hop! 6:00 F5.6 6:30 Retraite ouverte ou fermee 7:00 Tele-ressources 8:00 La publicite au Quebec 8:30 Aux yeux du present WEZF 22-ABC Burlington (launching in 1968 as WVNY, it changed its calls in 1971 to match its sister radio station, returning to its original calls in 1982) 6:00 Good Morning Jesus 7:00 Good Morning America 9:00 PTL Club 11:00 Happy Days 11:30 Family Feud noon The Better Sex 12:30 Ryan's Hope 1:00 All My Children 2:00 $20,000 Pyramid 2:30 One Life to Live 3:15 General Hospital 4:00 Edge of Night 4:30 Merv Griffin 6:00 ABC Evening News 6:30 Green Acres 7:00 Andy Griffith 7:30 Bewitched 8:00 Lucan 9:00 Movie "Superdome" 11:00 Green Acres 11:30 Police Story WETK 33-PBS Burlington 9:00 Instructional Programs 3:30 Lilias, Yoga & You 4:00 Sesame Street 5:00 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 5:30 Electric Company 6:00 Zoom 6:30 High School Equivalency 7:00 MacNeil-Lehrer Report 7:30 Vermont Report 8:00 National Geographic "The Legacy of L.S.B. Leakey" 9:00 In Pursuit of Liberty (Prof. Charles Frankel on personal liberty and the forces threatening it) 10:00 Scenes from a Marriage (pt 1) 11:00 Dick Cavett WCFE 57-PBS Plattsburgh 8:00 Instructional Programs 3:30 Over Easy 4:00 Sesame Street 5:00 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 5:30 Electric Company 6:00 Zoom 6:30 French Chef 7:00 MacNeil-Lehrer Report 7:30 Antiques IX 8:00 National Geographic "The Legacy of L.S.B. Leakey" 9:00 Movie "Holiday" 11:00 Captioned ABC News 11:30 Dick Cavett RETRO: ATLANTA - 1/29/1996 (CORRECTED) Monday, January 29, 1996 WSB-TV ABC2 05:30AM News 06:00AM News 07:00AM Good Morning America 09:00AM Regis & Kathie Lee 10:00AM Jenny Jones 11:00AM Maury 12:00PM News 12:30PM The City 01:00PM All My Children 02:00PM One Life to Live 03:00PM General Hospital 04:00PM Oprah Winfrey 05:00PM News 06:00PM News 07:00PM ABC News 07:30PM Entertainment Tonight 08:00PM American Music Awards 11:00PM News 11:35PM Nightline 12:05AM Hard Copy 12:35AM Jenny Jones 01:35AM Mike & Maty 02:35AM ABC World News Now WAGA-TV FOX5 05:00AM Carnie 06:00AM Good Day Atlanta 09:00AM Jerry Springer 10:00AM Geraldo 11:00AM Sally 12:00PM News 12:30PM George & Alana 01:30PM Mark Walberg 02:30PM Gabrielle 03:30PM Desigining Women 04:00PM A Current Affair 04:30PM America's Most Wanted 05:00PM News 06:00PM News 07:00PM Wheel of Fortune 07:30PM Jeopardy! 08:00PM MOVIE: My Cousin Vinny 10:00PM News 11:00PM In the Heat of the Night 12:00AM Real Stories of the Highway Patrol 12:30AM Top Cops 01:00AM News 02:00AM Streets of San Francisco 03:00AM Big Valley 04:00AM Barnaby Jones WXIA-TV NBC11 05:00AM NBC News 05:30AM News 06:00AM News 07:00AM Today 09:00AM Montel Williams 10:00AM Leeza 11:00AM Rolonda 12:00PM News 12:30PM Noonday 01:00PM Days of Our Lives 02:00PM Another World 03:00PM Ricki Lake 04:00PM American Journal 04:30PM Inside Edition 05:00PM News 05:30PM News 06:00PM News 06:30PM NBC News 07:00PM EXTRA 07:30PM Inside Edition 08:00PM Fresh Prince of Bel-Air 08:30PM Fresh Prince of Bel-Air 09:00PM MOVIE: Sister Act 11:00PM News 11:35PM The Tonight Show with Jay Leno 12:37AM Late Night with Conan O'Brien 01:36AM Later with Greg Kinnear 02:05AM Donahue 03:05AM NBC News Nightside WATL-TV WB36 06:00AM Kenneth Copeland 06:30AM Mutant League 07:00AM VR Troopers 07:30AM Bobby's World 08:00AM Animaniacs 08:30AM That's Warner Bros! 09:00AM Murphy Brown 09:30AM Murphy Brown 10:00AM Gordon Elliott 11:00AM Tempestt 12:00PM Danny! 01:00PM Court TV: Inside America's Courts 01:30PM Mr. Belvedere 02:00PM Fox Cubhouse 02:30PM The Pink Panther 03:00PM Taz-Mania 03:30PM Eek! Stravaganza 04:00PM Adventures of Batman & Robin 04:30PM Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers 05:00PM Tempestt 06:00PM Fresh Prince of Bel-Air 06:30PM Married...with Children 07:00PM Fresh Prince of Bel-Air 07:30PM The Simpsons 08:00PM MOVIE: Nuns on the Run 10:00PM Seinfeld 10:30PM Cheers 11:00PM Married...with Children 11:30PM Coach 12:00AM Murphy Brown 12:30AM Dear John 01:00AM World Vision 02:00AM SIGN-OFF WGNX-TV CBS46 06:00AM Rush Limbaugh 06:30AM CBS News 07:00AM This Morning 09:00AM Northern Exposure 10:00AM Doogie Howser, M.D. 10:30AM Full House 11:00AM The Price is Right 12:00PM News 12:30PM Young & the Restless 01:30PM Bold & the Beautiful 02:00PM As the World Turns 03:00PM Guiding Light 04:00PM Roseanne 04:30PM The Cosby Show 05:00PM A Different World 05:30PM Roseanne 06:00PM Home Improvement 06:30PM CBS News 07:00PM News 07:30PM Cops 08:00PM The Nanny 08:30PM Murphy Brown 09:00PM MOVIE: Cagney & Lasey: True Convictions 11:00PM News 11:35PM Late Show with David Letterman 12:37AM Late Late Show with Tom Snyder 01:37AM Cops 02:07AM Up to the Minute WUPA-TV UPN69 05:00AM This Morning's Business 05:30AM Community 06:00AM Bananas in Pajamas 06:30AM Blinky Bill 07:00AM Highlander: The Animated Series 07:30AM Mighty Max 08:00AM Littlest Pet Shop 08:30AM Sailor Moon 09:00AM James Robison 09:30AM Magnum, P.I. 10:30AM Lauren Hutton And... 11:00AM LAPD: Life on the Beat 11:30AM Rescue 911 12:00PM Knight Rider 01:00PM 700 Club 02:00PM Nick News 02:30PM Dinosaurs 03:00PM Goof Troop 03:30PM Bonkers 04:00PM Aladdin 04:30PM Gargoyles 05:00PM Step by Step 05:30PM Blossom 06:00PM Richard Bey 07:00PM Baywatch 08:00PM Star Trek: Voyager 09:00PM Nowhere Man 10:00PM Mama's Family 10:30PM Mama's Family 11:00PM I Love Lucy 11:30PM I Love Lucy 12:00AM Richard Bey 01:00AM LAPD: Life on the Beat 01:30AM Lauren Hutton And... 02:00AM Paid Programming 02:30AM Haven 03:00AM Cannon 04:00AM Bonanza Cable: CNN - Cable News Network 05:00AM Sports Late Night 05:30AM Daybreak 06:00AM Business Day 07:00AM Early Edition 09:00AM Morning News 11:30AM CNN & Company 12:00PM NewsDay 12:30PM Burden of Proof 01:00PM CNN Today 03:00PM Talkback Live 04:00PM Inside Politics 04:30PM Early Prime 05:00PM Showbiz Today 06:00PM World View 07:00PM Moneyline 07:30PM Crossfire 08:00PM Prime News 08:30PM Inside Politics 09:00PM Larry King Live 10:00PM World Today 11:00PM Sports Tonight 11:30PM Moneyline 12:00AM NewsNight 12:30AM Showbiz Today 01:00AM Inside Politics 01:30AM Sports Late Night 02:00AM Larry King Live 03:00AM Overnight 03:15AM World Report 03:30AM Sports Late Night 04:00AM Crossfire 04:30AM CNN Newsroom TBS Superstation 05:05AM Court TV: Inside America's Courts 05:35AM CNN Headline News 06:05AM Captain Planet and the Planeteers 06:35AM Scooby-Doo 07:05AM The Jetsons 07:35AM The Flintstones 08:05AM Gilligan's Island 08:35AM Bewitched 09:05AM Who's the Boss? 09:35AM Andy Griffith 10:05AM Little House on the Prairie 11:05AM Matlock 12:05PM Perry Mason 01:05PM Perry Mason 02:05PM Perry Mason 03:05PM Cartoon Planet 04:05PM Garfield and Friends 04:35PM The Brady Bunch 05:05PM Saved by the Bell 05:35PM Saved by the Bell 06:05PM Family Matters 06:35PM Family Matters 07:05PM America's Funniest Home Videos 07:35PM America's Funniest Home Videos 08:05PM Matlock 09:05PM MOVIE: Matlock: The Assasination 11:05PM MOVIE: Perry Mason: The Case of the Heartbroken Bride 01:05AM National Geographic Explorer 03:05AM MOVIE: Goin' South RETRO: ATLANTA - 9/03/1997 Wednesday, September 3, 1997 WSB-TV ABC2 05:00AM News 05:30AM News 06:00AM News 07:00AM Good Morning America 09:00AM Regis & Kathie Lee 10:00AM Jenny Jones 11:00AM Maury 12:00PM News 12:30PM Port Charles 01:00PM All My Children 02:00PM One Life to Live 03:00PM General Hospital 04:00PM Oprah Winfrey 05:00PM News 06:00PM News 07:00PM ABC News 07:30PM Entertainment Tonight 08:00PM News 08:30PM Spin City 09:00PM Ellen 10:00PM PrimeTime Live 11:00PM News 11:35PM Nightline 12:06AM Hard Copy 12:36AM Politically Incorrect 01:05AM Maureen O'Boyle 02:05AM The View 03:05AM Jenny Jones 04:05AM ABC World News Now WAGA-TV FOX5 05:00AM Crook & Chase 06:00AM Good Day Atlanta 09:00AM Jerry Springer 10:00AM Vicki Lawrence 11:00AM Sally Jessy Raphael 12:00PM News 12:30PM Access Hollywood 01:00PM Dating Game 01:30PM Newlywed Game 02:00PM Sally Jessy Raphael 03:00PM Rosie O'Donnell 04:00PM Jerry Springer 05:00PM News 06:00PM News 07:00PM Real TV 07:30PM EXTRA 08:00PM Funny Things Kids Do 09:00PM Party of Five 10:00PM News 11:00PM Keenen Ivory Williams 12:00AM M*A*S*H 12:30AM Real Stories of the Highway Patrol 01:00AM Bzzz! 01:30AM News 02:30AM Strange Universe 03:00AM EXTRA 03:30AM Real TV 04:00AM Big Valley WXIA-TV NBC11 05:00AM NBC News 05:30AM News 06:00AM News 07:00AM Today 09:00AM Alive's Peachtree Morning 10:00AM American Journal 10:30AM Jeopardy! 11:00AM News 12:00PM Leeza 01:00PM Sunset Beach 02:00PM Another World 03:00PM Days of Our Lives 04:00PM American Journal 04:30PM Inside Edition 05:00PM News 06:00PM News 06:30PM NBC News 07:00PM Wheel of Fortune 07:30PM Jeopardy! 08:00PM Steve.Oedekerk.com 09:00PM Dateline NBC 10:00PM Law & Order 11:00PM News 11:35PM The Tonight Show with Jay Leno 12:37AM Late Night with Conan O'Brien 01:36AM Later 02:05AM Beverly Hills, 90210 03:05AM NBC News Nightside WATL-TV WB36 05:00AM Babylon 5 06:00AM Kenneth Copeland 06:30AM The Bugs n' Daffy Show 07:00AM Animaniacs 07:30AM Pinky and the Brain 08:00AM The New Superman/Batman Adventures 08:30AM Bobby's World 09:00AM MOVIE: Advice to the Lovelorn 11:00AM Ricki Lake 12:00PM Talk America 12:30PM Dear John 01:00PM Tiny Toon Adventures 01:30PM The New Adventures of Captain Planet 02:00PM Bobby's World 02:30PM Adventures of Batman & Robin 03:00PM Eek! Stravaganza 03:30PM Big Bad Beetleborgs 04:00PM Goosebumps 04:30PM A Different World 05:00PM Ricki Lake 06:00PM Fresh Prince of Bel-Air 06:30PM Hangin' with Mr. Cooper 07:00PM Fresh Prince of Bel-Air 07:30PM The Simpsons 08:00PM Sister, Sister 08:30PM Smart Guy 09:00PM The Wayans Bros. 09:30PM The Steve Harvey Show 10:00PM Seinfeld 10:30PM Cheers 11:00PM Vibe 12:00AM Married...with Children 12:30AM The Simpsons 01:00AM Dear John 01:30AM Carleton Sheets 02:00AM Gordon Elliott 03:00AM Judge Judy 03:30AM Judge Judy 04:00AM Could it Be a Miracle? WGNX-TV CBS46 06:00AM CBS News 06:30AM CBS News 07:00AM This Morning 09:00AM Montel Williams 10:00AM Geraldo Rivera 11:00AM The Price is Right 12:00PM News 12:30PM Young & the Restless 01:30PM Bold & the Beautiful 02:00PM As the World Turns 03:00PM Guiding Light 04:00PM Geraldo Rivera 05:00PM Montel Williams 06:00PM News 06:30PM CBS News 07:00PM Home Improvement 07:30PM Roseanne 08:00PM The Nanny 08:30PM The Nanny 09:00PM Coast to Coast 10:00PM 48 Hours 11:00PM News 11:35PM Late Show with David Letterman 12:37AM US Open Tennis Highlights 01:07AM Late Late Show with Tom Snyder 02:07AM Cops 02:37AM Up to the Minute WUPA-TV UPN69 05:00AM Paid Programming 05:30AM This Morning's Business 06:00AM Samurai Pizza Cats 06:30AM Bananas in Pajamas 07:00AM Bruno the Kid 07:30AM Vor-Tech: Undercover Conversion Squad 08:00AM DuckTales 08:30AM The Berenstain Bears 09:00AM Baywatch 10:00AM MOVIE: The Night Strangler 12:00PM All in the Family 12:30PM All in the Family 01:00PM I Love Lucy 01:30PM I Love Lucy 02:00PM Quack Pack 02:30PM 101 Dalmatians 03:00PM Out of This World 03:30PM Out of This World 04:00PM Blossom 04:30PM Step by Step 05:00PM Beverly Hills, 90210 06:00PM Mad About You 06:30PM Mad About You 07:00PM Martin 07:30PM Martin 08:00PM Star Trek: Voyager 09:00PM Star Trek: Voyager 10:00PM Sanford and Son 10:30PM Sanford and Son 11:00PM Good Times 11:30PM 227 12:00AM 227 12:30AM All in the Family 01:00AM LAPD: Life on the Beat 01:30AM Diff'rent Strokes 02:00AM Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman 03:00AM Adventures of Sinbad 04:00AM The Entertainers Cable: CNN - Cable News Network 07:00AM Early Edition 09:00AM Morning News 11:30AM CNN & Company 12:00PM NewsDay 12:30PM Burden of Proof 01:00PM CNN Today 03:00PM Talkback Live 04:00PM Inside Politics 04:30PM Early Prime 05:30PM Showbiz Today 06:00PM World View 07:00PM Moneyline 07:30PM Crossfire 08:00PM Prime News 08:30PM Burden of Proof 09:00PM Larry King Live 10:00PM World Today 11:00PM CNN Sports Illustrated 11:30PM Moneyline 12:00AM NewsNight 12:30AM Showbiz Today 01:00AM Burden of Proof TBS Superstation 05:05AM Gomer Pyle, U.S.M.C. 05:35AM CNN Headline News 06:05AM The Jetsons 06:35AM Scooby-Doo 07:05AM Scooby-Doo 07:35AM The Flintstones 08:05AM The Brady Bunch 08:35AM Gilligan's Island 09:05AM Little House on the Prairie 10:05AM Three's Company 10:35AM Mama's Family 11:05AM Andy Griffith 11:35AM Andy Griffith 12:05PM Matlock 01:05PM MLB Baseball: Atlanta Braves vs. Detroit Tigers 04:05PM The Flintstones 04:35PM California Dreams 05:05PM Saved by the Bell 05:35PM Saved by the Bell 06:05PM Family Matters 06:35PM Family Matters 07:05PM Who's the Boss? 07:35PM Who's the Boss? 08:05PM MOVIE: Baby Boom 10:20PM MOVIE: Mr. Destiny 12:35AM MOVIE: They Only Kill Their Masters 02:35AM MOVIE: Marlowe 04:35AM Beverly Hillbillies Cartoon Network 05:00AM Bugs & Daffy 06:00AM Snorks 06:30AM The Pink Panther 07:00AM Down Wit' Droopy Dog 08:00AM The Smurfs 08:30AM The Smurfs 09:00AM Tom & Jerry 09:30AM Taz-Mania 10:00AM 2 Stupid Dogs 10:30AM The Woody Woodpecker Show 11:00AM Bugs & Daffy 12:00PM George of the Jungle ('60s cartoon) 12:30PM Tom & Jerry 01:00PM The New Scooby-Doo Movies 02:00PM The Centurions 02:30PM Pirates of Dark Water 03:00PM SWAT Kats: The Radical Squadron 03:30PM Super Friends 04:00PM ThunderCats 04:30PM Cartoon Roulette 04:45PM Voltron 05:15PM Cartoon Roulette 05:30PM The Real Adventures of Jonny Quest 06:00PM Super Friends 06:30PM Scooby-Doo 07:00PM Freakazoid! 07:30PM Bugs & Daffy 08:00PM Dexter's Laboratory 08:30PM The Flintstones 09:00PM The Jetsons 09:30PM Bugs & Daffy 10:00PM Tom & Jerry 10:30PM Scooby-Doo 11:00PM Speed Racer 11:30PM Jonny Quest 12:00AM Dexter's Laboratory 12:30AM The Flintstones 01:00AM The Jetsons 01:30AM Bugs & Daffy 02:00AM Tom & Jerry 02:30AM Scooby-Doo 03:00AM The Rocky and Bullwinkle Show 03:30AM George of the Jungle ('60s cartoon) 04:00AM Speed Racer 04:30AM Jonny Quest TNT - Turner Network Television 05:00AM Kung Fu 06:00AM The Real Adventures of Jonny Quest 06:30AM Taz-Mania 07:00AM Bugs Bunny, Bugs Bunny, Rah! Rah! Rah! 08:00AM The New Scooby-Doo Movies 09:00AM The Flintstones 09:30AM The Flintstones 10:00AM Gilligan's Island 10:30AM Gilligan's Island 11:00AM Spenser: For Hire 12:00PM MOVIE: Swing Shift 02:00PM MOVIE: Waterhole No. 3 04:00PM Lonesome Dove: The Series 05:00PM In the Heat of the Night 06:00PM Kung Fu: The Legend Continues 07:00PM Lois & Clark: The Adventures of Superman 08:00PM MOVIE: George Wallace (Part 1) 10:00PM MOVIE: George Wallace (Part 2) 12:00AM MOVIE: Kinfish: A Story of Huey P. Long 02:00AM MOVIE: Lenny 04:00AM MOVIE: Angel of Fury Retro: Atlanta Monday, January 24, 1983 From TV Guide, Atlanta Edition: WSB Ch. 2 (ABC) 5 AM CNN Headline News/Local News 6 AM ABC/Local News 7 AM Good Morning America (playwright Arthur Miller; first in a week-long series on the Super Bowl) 9 AM Family Feud (delay from 12 N) 9:30 Edge Of Night (delay from 4 PM) 10 AM People's Court 10:30 Match Game 11 AM Love Boat (passengers: Phil Harris, Brett Somers, Cleavon Little) 12 N News 12:30 Ryan's Hope 1 PM All My Children 2 PM One Life To Live 3 PM General Hospital 4 PM Eight Is Enough 5 PM People's Court 5:30 M*A*S*H 6 PM News 7 PM ABC World News Tonight 7:30 Entertainment Tonight (first of two on "Making Crime Pay In Hollywood") 8 PM That's Incredible! (incredible kids: an 8-year-old who rescued her pilot aunt from a burning plane; a 10-year-old competitive archer; a 12-year-old published author; a 5-year-old auto-accident victim who survived 90 minutes of heart stoppage; Rubik's Cube competitors; a 14-year-old who fought to change laws regarding wheelchair travel; a 16-year-old who jumps his bicycle over 16 people; a 5-year-old diver) 9 PM ABC Movie: "Malibu" (conclusion) 11 PM News 11:30 M*A*S*H 12 M Nightline (Ted Koppel) 12:30 The Last Word (Gregory Jackson) 1:30 Entertainment Tonight 2 AM CNN Headline News/Local News (all night) WAGA Ch. 5 (CBS) 5 AM CBS News Nightwatch continues 6 AM Study In The Word With Jimmy Swaggart 6:30 CBS News (Bill Kurtis/Diane Sawyer) 7 AM CBS News (Bill Kurtis/Diane Sawyer) 9 AM Donahue 10 AM Good Times 10:30 Richard Simmons 11 AM Price Is Right 12 N News 12:30 Young And The Restless 1:30 As The World Turns 2:30 Capitol 3 PM Guiding Light 4 PM Charlie's Angels 5 PM One Day At A Time 5:30 The Jeffersons 6 PM News 7 PM CBS News (Dan Rather) 7:30 PM Magazine (coupon clipping; the kudzu vine) 8 PM Square Pegs 8:30 Filthy Rich 9 PM M*A*S*H 9:30 Newhart 10 PM Cagney & Lacey 11 PM News 11:30 Barney Miller 12 M Maude 12:30 Ironside 1:30 News 2 AM CBS News Nightwatch (all night) WGTV Ch. 8 (PBS) 7:45 A.M. Weather 8 AM In-school programs 4 PM Sesame Street 5 PM Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 5:30 Villa Alegre 6 PM 3-2-1 Contact 6:30 Over Easy (guest: singer Billy Daniels) 7 PM Nightly Business Report 7:30 MacNeil/Lehrer Report 8 PM Lawmakers 1983 (coverage of the Georgia legislature) 9 PM Great Performances: Wagner's "Das Rheingold" sign off 11:30 PM WXIA 11 Alive (NBC) 5 AM Mothers-In-Law 5:30 Rhoda 6 AM Morning Stretch 6:30 News 7 AM Today (preview of "TV Guide: 1982--The Year In Television," which airs tonight on NBC) 9 AM Hour Magazine (Kin Shriner ("General Hospital"), combating illness with a healthy mental attitude, buying a home) 10 AM Facts Of Life 10:30 Laverne & Shirley & Company 11 AM Wheel Of Fortune 11:30 Hit Man (first teaming of Peter Tomarken and Rod Roddy) 12 N News 12:30 Search For Tomorrow 1 PM Days Of Our Lives 2 PM Another World 3 PM Fantasy (guests: Randy Hamilton, Nell Carter, Philip McKeon) 4 PM WKRP In Cincinnati 4:30 More Real People (a family that owns and operates a telephone company, mud wrestling with pigs, a flagpole business) 5 PM Three's Company 5:30 News 6 PM News 7 PM NBC News (Tom Brokaw/Roger Mudd) 7:30 Lie Detector (debut of F. Lee Bailey's show which created a few controversies, such as Ronald Reagan's barber denying he dyed the Gipper's hair--he was found to be telling the truth but people still wondered if Reagan dyed his own hair; tonight, Melvin Dummar attempts to establish the authenticity of Howard Hughes' will) 8 PM Little House: A New Beginning 9 PM TV Guide: 1982--The Year In Television 11 PM News 11:30 Tonight Show (Joan Rivers subs for Johnny; Cher, Henry Winkler) 12:30 Late Night With David Letterman (singer Wayne Cochran is a guest) 1:30 NBC News (Linda Ellerbee/Bill Schechner) 2:30 Movie: "A Matter Of Time" 4 AM Gunsmoke WTBS (WPCH) Ch. 17 (Ind.) 5:20 World At Large 5:30 It's Your Business 6 AM CNN News 7:05 Funtime 7:35 I Dream Of Jeannie 8:05 My Three Sons 8:35 That Girl 9:05 Movie: "The Rat Race" 11:05 Perry Mason 12:05 People Now 1:05 Movie: "Lorna Doone" 3:05 Funtime 3:35 Flintstones 4:05 Munsters 4:35 Leave It To Beaver 5:05 Brady Bunch 5:35 Starcade (game show) 6:05 Carol Burnett And Friends (guest: Betty White) 6:35 Bob Newhart 7:05 Gomer Pyle, USMC 7:35 American Professionals (off-shore oil driller Steve Joyner) 8:05 Movie: "Queen Of The Stardust Ballroom" 10:05 News 11:05 All In The Family 11:35 Movie: "Dear Heart" 2:05 Movie: "It's A Bikini World" 4 AM Movie: "Jivaro" WETV (WPBA) Ch. 30 (PBS) 7 AM Contemporary Health Issues 7:30 To Life! Yoga With Priscilla Patrick (no relation--sigh!) 7:45 A.M. Weather 8 AM In-school programs 11:30 Sesame Street 12:30 In-school programs 1:45 Electric Company 2:15 In-school programs 4 PM Electric Company 4:30 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 5 PM Sesame Street 6 PM Art Of Being Human 6:30 American Government Survey 7 PM Dick Cavett (conclusion of a 1979 interview with producer Jed Harris) 7:30 MacNeil/Lehrer Report 8 PM Life On Earth (how marine invertebrates evolved) 9 PM Frontline: "88 Seconds In Greensboro" (the showdown between KKK and National Socialist Party members that left five Communist Worker Party protesters dead in Greensboro, NC, in 1979) 10 PM Austin City Limits (balladeer Don Williams; West Texas songwriters Butch Hancock, Townes Van Zandt, Jimmie Gilmore, and David Halley) 11 PM Dick Cavett (Carmen McRae) 11:30 PBS Latenight (author Robert Wool discusses banks; Dennis Wholey hosts) sign off 12:30 AM WATL Ch. 36 (Ind.) 6:30 Jack LaLanne 7 AM Jim Bakker 8 AM Daystar 9 AM Tattletales (Martin Mull, June Allyson, Bart Braverman, pre-empted on Ch. 5, delay from 4 PM) 9:30 New $25,000 Pyramid (Lynn Redgrave, Billy Crystal, pre-empted on Ch. 5, delay from 10 AM) 10 AM Couples 10:30 Romance Theatre 11 AM Dr. Burt Bradley (topic: the Life Enrichment Program) 12 N Prisoner: Cell Block H 12:30 Sale Of The Century (pre-empted on Ch. 11, delay from 10:30 AM) 1 PM Just Men! (Wil Shriner, F. Lee Bailey, Ted McGinley, Jeff Altman, Vince Ferragamo, Jimmie Walker, Michael Dudikoff; Betty White hosts, pre-empted on Ch. 11, delay from 12 N) 1:30 Merv Griffin (Paul Sorvino, singer Tanya Solnik, Big Beautiful Woman magazine editor Carole Shaw discussing weight problems) 2:30 New Day Dawning 3 PM Health Field 3:30 Sha Na Na 4 PM MV 3 (music videos) 5 PM 36 Jukebox Video 6 PM Benny Hill 6:30 Madame's Place 7 PM Saturday Night (hostess: Sissy Spacek; musical guest: Richard Baskin) 8 PM Kung Fu 9 PM ACC Basketball: Georgia Tech-Clemson 11 PM Benny Hill (time approximate) 11:30 Couples 12 M Jim Bakker WANX (WGCL) Ch. 46 (Ind.) 6:30 Linus The Lionhearted 7 AM Tom And Jerry And Friends 8 AM Porky And Popeye 8:30 Great Space Coaster 9 AM Jetsons 9:30 Study In The Word With Jimmy Swaggart 10 AM 700 Club 11:30 Independent Network News (Carter/Scott) 12 N McHale's Navy 12:30 Dick Van Dyke 1 PM Make Room For Daddy 1:30 Petticoat Junction 2 PM Mister Ed 2:30 Spider-Man/Spider-Woman 3 PM Cartoon Festival 3:30 Superfriends 4 PM Tom And Jerry/Woody Woodpecker 5 PM Scooby-Doo 5:30 Pink Panther 6 PM CHiPs Patrol (syndicated title for "CHiPs") 7 PM Mork & Mindy (William Shatner plays a space traveler) 7:30 Muppet Show (guest: Sandy Duncan) 8 PM Movie: "The President's Lady" 10 PM 700 Club 11 PM Classic Country (x2) 12 M In Search Of... 12:30 INN News Retro: Atlanta Saturday, January 22, 1983 From TV Guide, Atlanta Edition: WSB Ch. 2 (ABC) 5 AM CNN Headline News/Local News 6 AM Lone Ranger 6:30 Bugs Bunny (not to be confused with "The Bugs Bunny/Road Runner Show") 7 AM Big Blue Marble 7:30 ABC Weekend Special: "The Haunted Mansion Mystery" (conclusion, week-behind from 12 N) 8 AM Superfriends 8:30 Pac-Man, Little Rascals, Richie Rich 9:30 Pac-Man 10 AM Scooby & Scrappy-Doo/Puppy 11 AM Bugs Bunny 11:30 Timeout (local kids' show) 12 N News 12:30 American Bandstand (Wall of Voodoo, Juice Newton) 1:30 Tarzan 2:30 Movie: "Planet Of The Apes" 5 PM Wide World Of Sports (start of the show's 23rd year: the Harlem Globetrotters in New York, Men's World Cup downhill skiing from Kitzbuhel, Austria) 6:30 News 7 PM Hee Haw (Charley Pride, the Family Brown, the Million Dollar Band, Butch Baker) 8 PM T.J. Hooker 9 PM Love Boat (passengers: James Noble, Theresa Merritt, Raymond St. Jacques, Brian Mitchell, Telma Hopkins, Alan Young, Holland Taylor, Adam West) 10 PM Fantasy Island (Susan Lucci plays a soap actress who thinks the villainess she plays on television is taking over her life; also: Anson Williams, David Cassidy) 11 PM News 11:30 United Cerebral Palsy Telethon (to 6 PM Sun) WAGA Ch. 5 (CBS) 7 AM Morning At Emory 7:30 Kidsworld 8 AM Latin Atlanta 8:30 Pandamonium 9 AM Gilligan's Planet 9:30 Bugs Bunny/Road Runner Show 11:30 Meatballs & Spaghetti 12 N NFL Today 12:30 NFC Championship (Redskins 51, Rams 7, Skins beat Miami in Super Bowl XVII, 27-17) 4 PM CBS Sports Saturday (boxing: Pinklon Thomas vs. Gerrie Coetzee, live from Atlantic City; Women's World Cup skiing from Megeve, France) 5 PM College Basketball: West Virginia-Rutgers 7 PM Weekend Magazine (antique auctions in Atlanta; part 2 of 3 on Canadian skiing; folk artist Howard Fenster; previews of "Gandhi" and "Sophie's Choice," time approximate) 8 PM Bring 'Em Back Alive 9 PM CBS Movie: "Uncommon Valor" 11 PM News 11:30 Movie: "Ten Tigers From Kwantung" 1:30 News WGTV Ch. 8 Athens/Atlanta WDCO Ch. 15 (WMUM Ch. 29 ) Cochran WCLP (WNGH) Ch. 18 Chatsworth (PBS) 1:30 Victory Garden 2 PM This Old House 2:30 Magic Of Creative Oil Painting 3 PM Quilting 3:30 TBA 4 PM Guitar With Frederick Noad 4:30 TBA 5 PM Supersoccer 6 PM Six-Gun Heroes (Roy Rogers in "Roll On, Texas Moon," from '46) 7 PM Austin City Limits (season premiere: Mickey Gilley and T.G. Sheppard) 8 PM Movie: "George Washington Slept Here" (Jack Benny, from '42) 9:30 Father, Dear Father 10 PM Mystery! (Sgt. Cribb) 11 PM Matinee At The Bijou ("Dark Mountain," from '44; Chapter 7 of "Zorro's Black Whip" from '44; "Kings Of Sport," a '40 short) sign off 12:30 AM WXIA 11 Alive (NBC) 5 AM Gunsmoke 6 AM College Today 6:30 Adventures In Living 7 AM Laverne & Shirley & Company 7:30 George Of The Jungle 8 AM Flintstone Funnies 8:30 Shirt Tales 9 AM Smurfs 10:30 Gary Coleman (animated) 11 AM Incredible Hulk And Amazing Spider-Man 12 N Star Trek 1 PM Gunsmoke 2 PM College Basketball: Notre Dame-Maryland 4 PM PGA Golf: Bob Hope Desert Classic (fourth round-it was the only tournament with five rounds, time approximate) 6 PM News 6:30 NBC News (Jessica Savitch) 7 PM At The Movies (previewed: "Gandhi," "Moonlighting" (don't think there's a connection to the series), "Veronika Voss") 7:30 Jack Anderson Confidential 8 PM Diff'rent Strokes 8:30 Silver Spoons 9 PM Mama's Family (debut) 9:30 Taxi (new day) 10 PM The Family Tree (debut of a six-part series about two divorcees whose marriage plans are disrupted by the woman's handicapped child) 11 PM News 11:30 Saturday Night Live (Lily Tomlin hosts and is also musical guest; also, mime Bill Irwin) 1 AM Star Trek 2 AM Movie: "The Beast Must Die" 3:30 Outer Limits 4:30 Gunsmoke WTBS (WPCH) Ch. 17 (Ind.) 5 AM Mission: Impossible 6 AM CNN News 7:05 Between The Lines 7:35 Vegetable Soup 8:05 Romper Room And Friends 8:35 That Girl 9:05 Fall Of Eagles 10:05 Movie: "Dial 'M' For Murder" 12:35 Movie: "Lord Jim" 4:05 Movie: "The Strangers In 7A" (Andy Griffith and Ida Lupino in a '72 made-for-TV movie about an apartment-building superintendent and his wife who are being held hostage by bank robbers.) 5:35 Motorweek Illustrated 6:05 Wrestling (Georgia) 7:45 College Basketball: Arkansas-Houston (I think this was still the Southwest Conference.) 10:05 Japan Bowl (a matchup of U.S. East and West all-stars in Yokohama, time approximate) 1:05 News (time approximate) 1:35 Movie: "Innocent Bystanders" 3:45 Rat Patrol 4:15 Mission: Impossible WETV (WPBA) Ch. 30 (PBS) 3:30 Powerhouse (show for teens) 4 PM Latin Atlanta 4:30 Computer Programme 5 PM Victory Garden 5:30 Take 30 6 PM This Old House 6:30 Inside Business Today 7 PM Sneak Previews 7:30 Agronsky & Company 8 PM Great Performances (the taping of Wagner's "Ring" trilogy in Germany) 9 PM Jackie & Roy (scat singers--and married couple-Jackie Cain and Roy Kral) 10 PM Time To Live With Leo Buscaglia 11 PM David Susskind (Ed Koch, Russell Baker, and Eli Wallach talk about growing up in the Depression.) sign off 12 M WATL Ch. 36 (Ind.) 8 AM Ernest Angley 9 AM Jim Bakker 10 AM Prophecy In The News 10:30 Financial Inquiry 11 AM Economic Review 11:30 Today's Black Woman 12 N 36 Jukebox Video 12:30 ACC Basketball: North Carolina State-Wake Forest 2:30 Soul Train (time approximate) 3:30 36 Jukebox Video 4:30 ACC Basketball: Duke-North Carolina 6:30 Al McGuire OnSports (time approximate) 7 PM Movie: "Kung Fu Daredevils" 9 PM SEC Basketball: Georgia-Auburn 11 PM Movie: "The Apple" (time approximate) 12:45 Freeze Frame (rock music) WANX (WGCL) Ch. 46 (Ind.) 6:30 Atlanta Forum 7 AM The Lesson 7:30 Christ The Answer: Assembly Of God Tabernacle 8 AM Children's Classics 9 AM Wrestling (I'm thinking this is World Class, since Ch. 46 had a sister station in Dallas, KXTX) 10 AM Movie: "Abbott And Costello Go To Mars" 11:30 Movie: "Good News" 1 PM Movie: "The Snows Of Kilimanjaro" 3 PM Bonanza 4 PM Big Valley 5 PM Daniel Boone 6 PM Hardy Boys/Nancy Drew Mysteries 7 PM Battlestar Galactica 8 PM Movie: "Something Wild" 10 PM The Difference (Jerry Falwell tours and promotes Liberty Baptist College in Lynchburg, VA.) 11 PM Jesus Alive 11:30 Memories With Lawrence Welk (a musical tour of Italy, from '66) 12:30 Independent Network News (Jeff Kamen) sign off 1 AM From TV Guide, Atlanta Edition: WAGA Ch. 5 (CBS) 12:30 NFC Championship (Redskins 51, Rams 7, Skins beat Miami in Super Bowl XVII, 27-17) This game was Redskins 31, Dallas 17; the Rams weren't in the playoffs this season, but a year later, they lost to the Skins 51-7 in a divisional playoff game. From TV Guide, Atlanta Edition: WTBS (WPCH) Ch. 17 (Ind.) 7:45 College Basketball: Arkansas-Houston (I think this was still the Southwest Conference.) Yep...the conference didn't disband until about a decade later; it ironically started with Arkansas departing for the SEC in 1990, while Texas, Texas A&M, Baylor, and Texas Tech left join the thenBig 8 (now Big 12) in 1994. The University of Houston joined Conference USA in 1996. Retro:Cleveland January 28, 1949 Source:Cleveland Plain Dealer I thought it would be interesting to compare Cleveland to the New York listings that Bob1370 had yesterday: WNBK-4 NBC WEWS-5 CBS/DuMont/ABC 10AM 5 Test Pattern 2PM 5 Test Pattern 5PM 5 Test Pattern-Music 5:25 4 Bulletin Board 5:30 4 Howdy Doody 5 Uncle Jake's House-Gene Carroll 6PM 4-To Be Announced 5 Small Fry Club-DuMont 6:30 5 Lucky Pup-CBS 6:45 4 Bob Reed Show 5 Russ Hodges-DuMont 7PM 4 Kukla, Fran and Ollie 5 Telesports Digest-Syndicated Through WATV-13/MCA-TV (13 had it an hour later)..Interestingly, many episodes of this program survive.. 7:30 4 American Songs 5 News-Douglas Edwards-CBS 7:45 5 Tune Time 7:50 4 Newsreel-John Cameron Swayze 8PM 4,5 Admiral Broadway Revue-Premiere (NBC/DuMont-This may have had to to with WDTV Pittsburgh) 9PM 4 Edward Wallace-WNBK News Commentator 5 Break The Bank-ABC 9:30 4 (Your) Show Time-NBC 5 Joe Hasel Sports-ABC 9:45 5 Earl Wrightson-CBS (on delay?) 10PM 4 Cavalcade Of Sports 5 Bowling Tournament 10:45 5 Wrestling 11PM 4 Program Previews Midnight 5 Sign-Off Retro: New York City, Monday, January 31, 1949 Source; New York Times Stations; 2-WCBS-TV (CBS) 4-WNBT (NBC) 5-WABD (DuMont) 7-WJZ-TV (ABC) 11-WPIX (Ind.) 13-WATV (Ind.) MORNING 7:00-WABD-News; Time; Weather 7:15-WABD-Health Talk; Interviews 7:45-WABD-Your School Reporter 8:00-WABD-News; Time; Weather 8:30-WABD-KIndergarten-Pat Meikle 9:00-WABD-Time; Morning Chapel 9:30-WABD-Time; Television Shopper 10:00-WABD-Margaret Johnson, Songs 10:15-WABD-Camera Headlines (news) 10:30-WABD-Rumpus Room with Johnny Olson 11:00-WABD-Stan Shaw AFTERNOON 12: 00-WABD-Amanda, Interviews WJZ-TV-News (Hourly to 6) 12:30-WCBS-TV-Music; Weather; Films WABD-Ted Steele. Piano 1:00-WCBSTVWarren Hall Show WABD-Okay, Mother; Dennis James 1:30-WCBS-TV-Vanity Fair; Dorothy Doan, Gil Fates: Guest, Baroness Ann Marie Dobihoff WABD-News; Music 2:30-WABD-Inside Photoplay: Wendy Barrie 3:00-WABD-The Needle Shop 3:15-WABD-Vincent Lopez 3:30-WABD-TIme: Weather 3:45-WABD-Spare Room 4:00-WABD-And Everything Nice 4:15-WABD-Fred Fassler. Violin 4:30-WABD-Women's Club; Fashion Page WPIX-Music 5:00-WABD-Ted Steele Show WPIX-Comics on Parade 5:15-WABDTime and Weather WPIX-Pixie Playtime 5:30-WNBT-Howdy Doody with Buffalo Bob Smith WABD-Time; Weather 5:45-WABD-Children's Records WPIX-Magic Books EVENING 6:00-WNBT-Easy Does It (variety); Adele Girard, Johnny Andrews WABD-Small Fry Club-Bob Emery WPIX-News: Six Gun Playhouse 6:15-WCBS-TV-Music; Weather 6:25-WNBT-Weather; Tex Antoine 6:30-WCBS-TV-Lucky Pup WNBT--Natural. Treasures; Ivan Sanderson WABD-Camera Headlines WATV-Musical Varieties 6:45-WCB5-TV-Bob Howard Show WABD-Russ Hodges Scoreboard 7:00-WCBS-TV-Your Sports Special. With Caswell Adams and Dolly Stark WNBT-Kukla, Fran and 011ie Show WABD-Doorway to Fame WJZ-TV-News and Views WPIX-News: Record Rendezvous 7:10-WCBS-TV-Sportsmen's Quiz 7:15-WCBS-TV-Places Please; Variety with guest Phil Hanna 7: 30-WCBS-TV-CBS Television News with Douglas Edwards WNBT-American Songs: Paul Arnold. Nelle Fischer. Ray Harrison WABD-Manhattan Spotlight with Jack Granum WJZ-TV-Film: The Fireman; Charlie Chaplin WPIX-Newsreel 7:40-WPIX-Film Shorts 7:45-WCBS-TV-Make Mine Music: Carole Coleman. Bill Skipper, Tony Mottola WABD-Sylvie St. Claire. Songs WJZ-TV-The Fitzgeralds 7:50-WNBT-Newsreel Theater with John Cameron Swayze 8:00-WCBS-TV-The Goldbergs; Play. With Gertrude Berg WNBT-Variety Show WABD-Photographic Horizons WJZ-TV-Kiernan's Korner WPIX-Jazz Concert: Jimmy Smith. Ravens Quartet. Billy Toffel and others 8:30-WCBS-TV-Arthur Godfrey's Talent Scouts WNBT-Tele-Theatre: All's Fair With Mary Boland. Roland Young, and Patricia Kirkland WABD-Films WJZ-TV-What Do You Think? Should We Adopt Russia's Tactics? Dr, Robert M. Hutchins. Lynn A. Williams Jr., John Harden WPIX-Film: The Scarlet Pimpernel, With Leslie Howard, Merle Oberon 9:00-WCBS-TV-Morey Amsterdam Show WNBT-Play; A Husband's Rights; Ian Kieth, John Harvey, Melba Rae WJZ-TV-Skip Farrell Show 9:30-WCBS -TV-People's Platform, with Quincy Howe and Guests WNBT-Americana, Ben Grauer 10: 00-WNBT-Boxing, St. Nicholas Arena WCBS-TV-Blues by Bargy WABD-Court of Current issues: Should Congress Pass the Truman Civil Rights Program? Milton Stewart, Roger Baldwin. Walter White. Rep, 0. C. Fisher. Thomas J. Norton, Rep. F, Edward Herbert 10:10-WPIX-Newsreel 10:15-WCBS-TV-Newsreel 11:00-WNBT-Newsreel RETRO: ATLANTA - 9/25/1996 Wednesday, September 25, 1996 WSB-TV ABC2 05:00AM News 05:30AM News 06:00AM News 07:00AM Good Morning America 09:00AM Regis & Kathie Lee 10:00AM Jenny Jones 11:00AM Maury 12:00PM News 12:30PM The City 01:00PM All My Children 02:00PM One Life to Live 03:00PM General Hospital 04:00PM Oprah Winfrey 05:00PM News 06:00PM News 07:00PM ABC News 07:30PM Entertainment Tonight 08:00PM Ellen 08:30PM Townies 09:00PM Grace Under FIre 09:30PM Drew Carey 10:00PM PrimeTime Live 11:00PM News 11:35PM Nightline 12:05AM Hard Copy 12:35AM Maureen O'Boyle 01:35AM Caryl & Marilyn: Real Friends 02:35AM Jenny Jones 03:35AM ABC World News Now WAGA-TV FOX5 05:00AM EXTRA 05:30AM Access Hollywood 06:00AM Good Day Atlanta 09:00AM Fox After Breakfast 10:00AM Jerry Springer 11:00AM Sally 12:00PM News 12:30PM Court TV: Inside America's Courts 01:00PM Day & Date 02:00PM Newlywed Game 02:30PM Dating Game 03:00PM Bzzz! 03:30PM Real TV 04:00PM Rosie O'Donnell 05:00PM News 06:00PM News 07:00PM Access Hollywood 07:30PM EXTRA 08:00PM Beverly Hills, 90210 09:00PM Party of Five 10:00PM News 11:00PM In the Heat of the Night 12:00AM Real Stories of the Highway Patrol 12:30AM Strange Universe 01:00AM News 02:00AM Streets of San Francisco 03:00AM Barnaby Jones 04:00AM Day & Date WXIA-TV NBC11 05:00AM News 05:30AM News 06:00AM News 07:00AM Today 09:00AM Pat Bullard 10:00AM Leeza 11:00AM Rolonda 12:00PM News 12:30PM Noonday 01:00PM Days of Our Lives 02:00PM Another World 03:00PM Ricki Lake 04:00PM American Journal 04:30PM Inside Edition 05:00PM News 05:30PM News 06:00PM News 06:30PM NBC News 07:00PM Wheel of Fortune 07:30PM Jeopardy 08:00PM Wings 08:30PM John Larroquette 09:00PM NewsRadio 09:30PM Men Behaving Badly 10:00PM Law & Order 11:00PM News 11:35PM The Tonight Show with Jay Leno 12:37AM Late Night with Conan O'Brien 01:36AM Later 02:05AM Lesko's Info Power 02:35AM NBC News Nightside WATL-TV WB36 05:00AM Babylon 5 06:00AM Kenneth Copeland 06:30AM Mega Man 07:00AM Masked Rider 07:30AM Bobby's World 08:00AM Animaniacs 08:30AM Where on Earth is Carmen Sandiego? 09:00AM Bradshaw Difference 10:00AM Sccop 11:00AM Gordon Elliott 12:00PM Judge Judy 12:30PM Judge Judy 01:00PM Carleton Sheets 01:30PM TMT Media 02:00PM The Pink Panther 02:30PM Bugs 'n' Daffy 03:00PM Eek! Stravaganza 03:30PM Adventures of Batman & Robin 04:00PM Big Bad Beetleborgs 04:30PM Power Rangers Zeo 05:00PM A Different World 05:30PM Hangin' with Mr. Cooper 06:00PM The Simpsons 06:30PM Married...with Children 07:00PM Fresh Prince of Bel-Air 07:30PM The Simpsons 08:00PM Sister, Sister 08:30PM Nick Freno: Licensed Teacher 09:00PM The Wayans Bros. 09:30PM The Jamie Foxx Show 10:00PM Seinfeld 10:30PM Cheers 11:00PM Married...with Children 11:30PM Coach 12:00AM Hunter 01:00AM Pyschic Reader 01:30AM TMT Media 02:00AM Scoop 03:00AM Gordon Elliott 04:00AM MOVIE: Sweet Revenge WGNX-TV CBS46 06:00AM CBS News 06:30AM CBS News 07:00AM This Morning 09:00AM Montel Williams 10:00AM Geraldo Rivera 11:00AM The Price is Right 12:00PM News 12:30PM Young & the Restless 01:30PM Bold & the Beautiful 02:00PM As the World Turns 03:00PM Guiding Light 04:00PM Montel Williams 05:00PM Geraldo Rivera 06:00PM News 06:30PM CBS News 07:00PM Roseanne 07:30PM Home Improvement 08:00PM The Nanny 08:30PM The Nanny 09:00PM MOVIE: Once You Meet a Stranger 11:00PM News 11:35PM Late Show with David Letterman 12:37AM Late Late Show with Tom Snyder 01:37AM Cops 02:07AM Up to the Minute WUPA-TV UPN69 05:00AM This Morning's Business 05:30AM Paid Programming 06:00AM The Woody Woodpecker Show 06:30AM Street Sharks 07:00AM Bruno the Kid 07:30AM The Mask 08:00AM Beast Wars: Transformers 08:30AM Samurai Pizza Cats 09:00AM Step by Step 09:30AM Laverne & Shirley 10:00AM I Love Lucy 10:30AM LAPD: Life on the Beat 11:00AM Baywatch 12:00PM Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman 01:00PM 700 Club 02:00PM Dinosaurs 02:30PM Bananas in Pajamas 03:00PM Darkwing Duck 03:30PM Gargoyles 04:00PM Aladdin 04:30PM Quack Pack 05:00PM Step by Step 05:30PM Blossom 06:00PM Mad About You 06:30PM Mad About You 07:00PM Martin 07:30PM Martin 08:00PM The Sentinel 09:00PM Star Trek: Voyager 10:00PM Mama's Family 10:30PM Mama's Family 11:00PM Good Times 11:30PM 227 12:00AM 227 12:30AM All in the Family 01:00AM LAPD: Life on the Beat 01:30AM I Love Lucy 02:00AM Adventures of Sinbad 03:00AM The Entertainers 04:00AM Bonanza Cable: CNN - Cable News Network 05:00AM Sports Late Night 05:30AM Daybreak 06:00AM Business Day 07:00AM Early Edition 09:00AM Morning News 11:30AM CNN & Company 12:00PM NewsDay 12:30PM Burden of Proof 01:00PM CNN Today 03:00PM Talkback Live 04:00PM Inside Politics 04:30PM Early Prime 05:30PM Showbiz Today 06:00PM World View 07:00PM Moneyline 07:30PM Crossfire 08:00PM Prime News 08:30PM Inside Politics 09:00PM Larry King Live 10:00PM World Today 11:00PM Sports Tonight 11:30PM Moneyline 12:00PM NewsNight 12:30AM Showbiz Today 01:00AM Inside Politics 01:30AM Sports Late Night 02:00AM Larry King Live 03:00AM Overnight 03:15AM World Report 03:30AM Sports Late Night 04:00AM Crossfire 04:30AM CNN Newsroom TBS Superstation 05:05AM Court TV: Inside America's Courts 05:35AM CNN Headline News 06:05AM Captain Planet and the Planeteers 06:35AM Scooby-Doo 07:05AM The Jetsons 07:35AM The Flintstones 08:05AM The Brady Bunch 08:35AM Bewitched 09:05AM Little House on the Prairie 10:05AM Who's the Boss? 10:35AM Family Ties 11:05AM Empty Nest 11:35AM Andy Griffith 12:05PM Matlock 01:05PM MOVIE: The Sea Wolf 03:05PM The Flintstones 03:35PM Scooby-Doo 04:05PM Taz-Mania 04:35PM The Real Adventures of Jonny Quest 05:05PM Saved by the Bell 05:35PM Saved by the Bell 06:05PM Family Matters 06:35PM Family Matters 07:05PM America's Funniest Home Videos 07:35PM America's Funniest Home Videos 08:05PM MOVIE: Superman III 11:50PM MOVIE: Superman IV: The Quest for Peace 01:05AM MOVIE: The Great Escape II: The Untold Story Retro: Atlanta/Chattanooga/Macon Sunday, January 21, 1973 From TV Guide, Georgia (Atlanta) Edition: WSB Ch. 2 Atlanta (NBC) 7:30 Light Unto My Path 8 AM Gospel Jubilee (guest: Aaron Wilburn-don't know if he's related to Teddy and Doyle) 9 AM Popeye 10:30 Sound Of Youth 11 AM Church Service 12 N NHL Hockey: Minnesota North Stars-Detroit Red Wings 2:30 PGA Golf: Dean Martin Tucson Open (final round, time approximate) 4 PM Cole Porter In Paris (Perry Como, Diahann Carroll, Louis Jourdan, Connie Stevens, Charles Aznavour, Twiggy, a Cole Porter songfest partially filmed in Paris, time approximate) 5 PM Bighorn! (John Denver narrates and composed the music for this saga of the endangered American bighorn sheep.) 6 PM News 6:30 Lawrence Welk (oldies but goodies) 7:30 Wonderful World Of Disney ("50 Happy Years" traces Walt's career back even before he created Mickey Mouse in 1928.) 8:30 Columbo 10 PM Return To Peyton Place (nighttime edition of the daytime soap) 10:30 I Am Joe's Heart 11 PM News 11:30 Movie: "The Last Sunset" 1:40 News WRCB Ch. 3 Chattanooga (NBC) 7:30 Gospel Jubilee (the Sego Brothers are guests) 8:30 Rex Humbard 9:30 Day Of Discovery 10 AM Oral Roberts (an interview with singer Skeeter Davis) 10:30 It Is Written 11 AM Faith For Today 11:30 Eleventh Hour 12 N NHL Hockey: North Stars-Red Wings 2:30 PGA Golf: Dean Martin Tucson Open (final round, time approximate) 4 PM Addams Family (time approximate) 4:30 Legacy (Dutch artists, including Rembrandt and Van Gogh) 5:30 Championship Fishing 6 PM I Dream Of Jeannie 6:30 NBC News (Garrick Utley) 7 PM Wild Kingdom 7:30 Wonderful World Of Disney 8:30 Columbo 10 PM Return To Peyton Place 10:30 Young Dr. Kildare 11 PM John Swafford (gospel music) 12 M The Saint WAGA Ch. 5 Atlanta (CBS) 6:30 Sacred Heart 6:45 Living Word 7 AM Insight 7:30 This Is The Life 8 AM Day Of Discovery 8:30 Oral Roberts 9 AM Church Service 9:30 Children's Gospel Hour 10 AM Herald Of Truth 10:30 Faith For Today 11 AM Church Service 12 N Georgians Speak 12:30 Face The Nation 1 PM Wally's Workshop 1:30 Movie: "Cat Ballou" 3:30 Pro Bowl Pre-Game 4 PM Pro Bowl (from Dallas: AFC 33, NFC 28) 7 PM News (time approximate) 7:30 The New Dick Van Dyke Show 8 PM M*A*S*H 8:30 Mannix 9:30 Dick Van Dyke And The Other Woman (the 1969 special that persuaded CBS to give Mary Tyler Moore her own show) 10:30 TV5 Reports 11 PM News 11:30 CBS Movie: "The Man Who Knew Too Much" (delay from Fri 9 PM) WGTV Ch. 8 Athens/Atlanta (PBS) 12 N Zoom 12:30 Electric Company 1 PM Sound Of Youth 1:30 Furman Presents (Furman University, Greenville, SC) 2 PM Science '72 (yes, that's what it says--subject is the learning influences on pre-school children) 3 PM Music And The Spoken Word 3:30 Southern Perspective 4:30 Speaking Freely (B.F. Skinner argues that man's freedom will lead him to destroy our civilization.) 5:30 College Basketball: Georgia-LSU (taped) 7 PM Kingdom Of The Sea 7:30 Evening At Pops (Roberta Peters joins in a salute to old Vienna.) 8:30 French Chef 9 PM Masterpiece Theatre ("Tom Brown's School Days," Part 2) 10 PM Ten Outstanding Young Men '73 sign off 11:30 PM WTVC Ch. 9 Chattanooga (ABC) 7 AM Gospel Hour (not sure if this is Jerry Falwell's "Old-Time Gospel Hour") 8 AM Call Of Calvary 8:30 Rev. T.L. Lowery 9 AM Word Of God School 9:30 Light Unto My Path 10 AM Curiosity Shop (Dennis the Menace explores the question: who makes rules?) 11 AM Church Service 12 N Film 12:30 Backyard Safari 1 PM Chattanooga Plus And Minus 1:30 Issues And Answers (George Wallace is the guest) 2 PM NBA Basketball: Golden State Warriors-Milwaukee Bucks 4:30 TBA 5 PM Movie: "The Wackiest Ship In The Army" 7 PM Paul Lynde (delay from Wed 8 PM) 7:30 This Is Your Life (surprisee: LA police officer Robert J. Burke) 8 PM The FBI (guest: Martin Sheen) 9 PM ABC Movie: "How The West Was Won" (the series wouldn't debut for another five years) 11 PM ABC News (Bill Beutel) 11:15 Voice Of Victory 11:45 Get Smart WQXI (WXIA) Ch. 11 Atlanta (ABC) 6 AM Ebony Beat 7 AM Good Morning Atlanta 7:30 Rex Humbard 8:30 Revival Fires 9 AM Yes 9:30 Romper Room 10 AM Curiosity Shop 11 AM Bullwinkle 11:30 Make A Wish (a London blacksmith shop, the band shell in Hyde Park) 12 N News 12:30 Johnny Mann's Stand Up And Cheer (guest: Hugh O'Brian) 1 PM Countdown From Eleven 1:30 Issues And Answers 2 PM Ebony Beat 3 PM Roller Derby 4 PM Temperatures Rising (delay from Tue 8 PM) 4:30 Movie: "It Started With A Kiss" 6:30 News 7 PM I've Got A Secret (Marty Allen has a secret for Richard Dawson, Anita Gillette, Henry Morgan, and Betty White; Steve Allen hosts) 7:30 Ebony Beat Journal 8 PM The FBI 9 PM ABC Movie: "How The West Was Won" 11 PM News 11:40 ABC News 11:55 Countdown From Eleven 12:25 Ebony Beat Journal 12:55 News WDEF Ch. 12 Chattanooga (CBS) 7 AM Challenge Of The Bible 7:30 Jimmy Swaggart 8 AM Gospel Sing 8:30 Good News 9 AM Rev. Bob Harrington 9:30 Church Service 10 AM Bread Of Life 10:30 Paul Harvey's Bible Stories 11 AM Here And Now 11:30 Face The Nation 12 N Point Of View 12:30 Billy James Hargis And His All-American Kids 1 PM Untamed World 1:30 Church Service 2 PM Gilligan's Island 2:30 Bonnie Lou And Buster 3 PM Hogan's Heroes 3:30 Pro Bowl Pre-Game 4 PM Pro Bowl 7 PM News (time approximate) 7:30 The New Dick Van Dyke Show 8 PM M*A*S*H 8:30 Mannix 9:30 Dick Van Dyke And The Other Woman 10:30 The Protectors 11 PM News 11:15 CBS News (Dan Rather) 11:30 CBS Movie: "The Devil's 8" (delay from Fri 12 M) WMAZ Ch. 13 Macon (CBS/ABC) 7 AM Day Of Discovery 7:30 Silver Bells 8 AM Georgia All-Stars 8:30 Rev. Clyde Martin 9 AM Archie's Fun House 9:30 The Kingsmen (gospel music, not the group that did "Louie Louie") 10 AM Sego Brothers And Naomi 10:30 Swilley Family 11 AM Mabel White Baptist Church 12 N Better Living 12:30 Face The Nation 1 PM Know Your Bible 1:30 Wesleyan Notebook 2 PM Close-Up 2:15 Southern Sportsman 2:30 TBA 3:30 Pro Bowl Pre-Game 4 PM Pro Bowl 7 PM The Waltons (guest: Richard Thomas' then-real life girlfriend, Sian Barbara Allen, delay from Thu 8 PM, time approximate) 8 PM M*A*S*H 8:30 Mannix 9:30 Dick Van Dyke And The Other Woman 10:30 Dear Mr. School Superintendent 11 PM CBS News 11:15 Robins Report (Robins AFB) 11:20 High Chaparral WDCO Ch. 15 (WMUM Ch. 29) Cochran/ WCLP (WNGH) Ch. 18 Chatsworth (PBS) 4:30 Speaking Freely 5:30 Southern Perspective 6:30 Wall Street Week 7 PM Zoom 7:30 Evening At Pops 8:30 French Chef 9 PM Masterpiece Theatre 10 PM Lawmakers WTCG (WPCH) Ch. 17 Atlanta (Ind.) 6:30 Agriculture U.S.A. 7 AM Rev. Bob Harrington 7:30 Rev. Bob Moore 8 AM Streams Of Faith 8:30 Church Service 9 AM Little Rascals 9:30 Speed Racer 10 AM Buddy Farnan's Magic Funnies 10:30 Movie: "Mildred Pierce" 12:30 Untamed World 1 PM Movie: "Bagdad" 3 PM Bill Anderson (guests: Bobby Bare, Jeanne Pruett) 3:30 That Good Ole Nashville Music (Charlie Walker, Johnny Duncan, Crystal Gayle) 4 PM Buck Owens 4:30 Porter Wagoner (the LeFevres) 5 PM It Takes A Thief 6 PM Movie: "The Forty-Eight-Hour Mile" (feature version of Darren McGavin's 1968-69 series "The Outsider") 8 PM Movie: "Colorado Territory" 10 PM Wagons Ho! ("Wagon Train" reruns) 11 PM One Step Beyond 11:30 Movie: "Skylark" WETV (WPBA) Ch. 30 Atlanta (PBS) 3:40 Spanish IV 4 PM Good New Days 4:30 Latin Atlanta 5 PM Maggie And The Beautiful Machine 5:30 Full Circle (Leon Russell and Cat Stevens in concert) 7 PM Zoom 7:30 Evening At Pops 8:30 French Chef 9 PM Masterpiece Theatre 10 PM Firing Line (William F. Buckley Jr. offers his annual predictions of things to look for in the new year.) sign off 11 PM WCWB (WMGT) Ch. 41 Macon (NBC) 7:30 Rev. Bob Harrington 8 AM Revival Fires 8:30 Hour Of Deliverance 9 AM Gospel Hour (again, don't know if this is Jerry Falwell) 10 AM Herald Of Truth 10:30 Brother Al 11 AM Paul Harvey's Bible Stories 11:30 Faith For Today 12 N NHL Hockey: North Stars-Red Wings 2:30 PGA Golf: Dean Martin Tucson Open (final round, time approximate) 4 PM TBA (movie "Bedtime Story" may air here) 5 PM Sports Action Pro-File 5:30 Animal World 6 PM Untamed World 6:30 Wild Kingdom 7 PM Lassie 7:30 Wonderful World Of Disney 8:30 Columbo 10 PM Return To Peyton Place 10:30 Police Surgeon 11 PM The Adventurer sign off 11:30 PM WTCI Ch. 45 Chattanooga (PBS) 6 PM Aesthetic Venture 6:30 TBA 7 PM Zoom 7:30 Evening At Pops 8:30 French Chef 9 PM Masterpiece Theatre 10 PM Firing Line sign off 11 PM WHAE (WGCL) Ch. 46 Atlanta (Ind.) 7:30 Camp Meeting Hour 8 AM Gospel Hour (again, Jerry Falwell?) 9 AM Fury 9:30 The Answer 10 AM The Story 10:30 700 Club 11:30 700 Club 12:30 Challenge Of The Bible 1 PM Human Dimension 1:30 Warren Roberts (gospel music) 2:30 Rex Humbard 3:30 Cottage Prayer Meeting 4 PM Kathryn Kuhlman 4:30 Oral Roberts (interview with Skeeter Davis) 5 PM Assembly Of God Tabernacle 5:30 Deaf Hear 6 PM Encounter 6:30 Waters Family 7 PM New Directions 7:30 700 Club 8:30 700 Club sign off 9:30 PM WRIP (WDSI) Ch. 61 Chattanooga (Ind.) 9 AM Cartoons/Three Stooges 9:30 Blue Grass Gospel Boys 9:45 Cartoons 10:30 Movie: "Badman's Territory" 12 N The Story 12:30 Revival Fires 1 PM Rev. Harry Henderson (no cracks about "Harry And The Hendersons") 1:30 Old Country Church 2 PM Upper Room 2:30 Church Service 3:30 Youth For Christ 4 PM Words For Life 5 PM Hour For The Needy 6 PM Movie: "Virginia City" 8 PM Movie: "Woman In White" 10 PM Movie: "White Heat" ("Made it, Ma! Top of the world!") 11:30 Movie: "Badman's Territory" Retro: Kentucky Sunday, January 21, 1973 From TV Guide, Kentucky Edition: WAVE Ch. 3 Louisville (NBC) 7 AM Insight 7:30 Farm Report 8 AM Gospel Jubilee 8:55 Jot (animated cartoon produced by the Southern Baptist Convention) 9 AM The Story 9:30 This Is The Life 10 AM Roman Holidays (delay from Sat 8:30 AM) 10:30 Please Don't Eat The Daisies 11 AM Voyage To The Bottom Of The Sea 12 N High Q 12:30 Rollin' 1 PM World Of Survival 1:30 Engelbert Humperdinck (Gina Lollobrigida, Lou Rawls, Kaye Ballard, Roger Whittaker) 2:30 PGA Golf: Dean Martin Tucson Open (final round) 4 PM Movie: "Queen Of The Nile" (time approximate) 6 PM Tempo 6:30 NBC News (Garrick Utley) 7 PM Wild Kingdom 7:30 Wonderful World Of Disney ("50 Happy Years," a retrospective of Disney's work that dates back even before he created Mickey Mouse in 1928) 8:30 Columbo 10 PM Return To Peyton Place (nighttime episode of the daytime soap) 10:30 The Evil Touch (Anthony Quayle hosts) 11 PM News 11:30 Movie: "Woman In Hiding" WLWT Ch. 5 Cincinnati (NBC) 7:30 Agriculture Today 8 AM Catholic Mass 8:30 Sunday Soul (gospel music) 9 AM Cadle Chapel 9:30 Church By The Road 10 AM World Front (Dr. E.H. van der Beugel examines the question of whether or not the U.S. and Western Europe should be economic rivals.) 10:30 NAACP Presents 11 AM Man From U.N.C.L.E. 12 N NHL Hockey: Minnesota North Stars-Detroit Red Wings 2:30 PGA Golf: Dean Martin Tucson Open (final round, time approximate) 4 PM Conference With The Mayor (time approximate) 4:30 World Of Survival 5 PM It's Academic (William Mason, Villa Madonna, and Bethel-Tate high schools compete.) 5:30 News 6 PM AHL Hockey: Cincinnati Swords-Richmond Robins 8:30 Columbo (time approximate) 10 PM Return To Peyton Place 10:30 The Protectors 11 PM News 11:30 Movie: "The Magic Christian" (watch for Ringo Starr in this one from '69) WCPO Ch. 9 Cincinnati (CBS) 7 AM Kentucky Afield 7:30 Movie: "Mr. Magoo In Sherwood Forest" 9 AM Archie's Fun House 9:30 Harlem Globetrotters (animated) 10 AM Your Town (Georgetown, OH is featured) 10:30 Police Call (police officers communicating with 5-10-year-olds) 11 AM Call The Doctor (marriage problems is the topic) 12 N Suspense Theatre 1 PM Bowling 2 PM Face The Nation 2:30 Please Don't Eat The Daisies 3 PM Decorator Crafts 3:30 Pro Bowl Pre-Game 4 PM Pro Bowl (from Dallas: AFC beat NFC, 33-28) 7 PM Governor's News Conference (time approximate) 7:30 The New Dick Van Dyke Show 8 PM M*A*S*H 8:30 Mannix 9:30 Dick Van Dyke And The Other Woman (rerun of the 1969 special that prompted CBS to give Mary Tyler Moore her own show) 10:30 Half The George Kirby Comedy Hour (guest: Arte Johnson) 11 PM News 11:30 CBS Movie: "The Man Who Knew Too Much" (delay from Fri 9 PM) 2 AM Christophers 2:30 News WHAS Ch. 11 Louisville (CBS) 7:30 Lamp Unto My Feet (Rev. Albert van den Heuvel, secretary-general of the Netherlands Reformed Church, discusses how children learn about religion, delay from 10 AM) 8 AM Look Up And Live (the Cursillo movement, known as a "crash course in Christianity," delay from 10:30 AM) 8:30 Day Of Discovery 9 AM Town And Country 9:30 Harlem Globetrotters 10 AM Here Come The Brides (guest: Denver Pyle) 11 AM Church Service (probably Walnut Street Baptist Church) 12 N Now 12:30 Face The Nation 1 PM Daniel Boone 2 PM Wild Wild West 3 PM Get Smart 3:30 Pro Bowl Pre-Game 4 PM Pro Bowl 7 PM WHAS News Conference (time approximate) 7:30 The New Dick Van Dyke Show 8 PM M*A*S*H 8:30 Mannix 9:30 Dick Van Dyke And The Other Woman 10:30 The Protectors 11 PM CBS News (Dan Rather) 11:15 News 11:30 Movie: "John Goldfarb, Please Come Home" WKRC Ch. 12 Cincinnati (ABC) 6:30 Noel Gospel Singers 7 AM Old-Time Gospel Hour (Jerry Falwell) 8 AM Rex Humbard 9 AM Oral Roberts 9:30 Dialogue 10 AM Skipper Ryle 11 AM Soul Train (Cicely Tyson, the Temptations, King Floyd) 12 N Revival Fires 12:30 Day Of Discovery 1 PM Movie: "The Firefly" 3:30 Championship Fishing 4 PM Feedback 4:30 Big Valley 5:30 The Virginian 7 PM Untamed World 7:30 News 8 PM The FBI (guest: Martin Sheen) 9 PM ABC Movie: "How The West Was Won" (the series wouldn't debut for another five years) 11 PM News 11:30 Movie: "The Little Shop Of Horrors" (from '60) 1 AM Issues And Answers (guest is George Wallace, delay from 1:30 PM) 1:30 ABC News (Bill Beutel) WKPC Ch. 15 Louisville (PBS) 6:30 Mormon Tabernacle Choir 7 PM Zoom 7:30 Evening At Pops (Roberta Peters helps salute old Vienna.) 8:30 French Chef 9 PM Masterpiece Theatre ("Tom Brown's Schooldays," Part 2) 10 PM Firing Line (William F. Buckley Jr. makes his annual forecast of what to expect in the new year.) sign off 11 PM WLEX Ch. 18 Lexington (NBC) 7 AM Old-Time Gospel Hour 8 AM Rev. Walter Strong 8:30 Revival Fires 9 AM Gospel Jubilee 10 AM Young At Heart (religious) 10:30 Immanuel Baptist Church 11:30 New Shapes: Education 12 N NHL Hockey: North Stars-Bruins 2:30 PGA Golf: Dean Martin Tucson Open (final round, time approximate) 4 PM Homemakers Today (time approximate) 4:30 Legacy (the works of Dutch painters, including Rembrandt and Van Gogh) 5:30 Lee Rose (Transylvania University basketball highlights) 6 PM Wilburn Brothers 6:30 NBC News 7 PM Hollywood Squares (Bill Bixby, Glen Campbell, Janet Leigh, Don Rickles, Leslie Uggams, Karen Valentine, Paul Lynde) 7:30 Wonderful World Of Disney 8:30 Columbo 10 PM Return To Peyton Place 10:30 This Is Your Life (surprisee: LA police officer Robert J. Burke) 11 PM News 11:30 Movie: "Law And Order" (Ronald Reagan stars in this Western from '53, obviously nothing to do with the series) WXIX Ch. 19 Cincinnati (Ind.) 7 AM Jimmy Swaggart 7:30 Rev. Bob Harrington 8 AM Cartoons 8:30 Tennessee Tuxedo 9 AM Flintstones (2 episodes) 10 AM Wonderama 12 N Movie: "The Last Wagon" 2 PM Movie: "Creature With The Atom Brain" 3:30 Movie: "Tarzan And The Jungle Boy" (Mike Henry plays Tarzan, from '68) 5:30 Movie: "Dracula's Daughter" 7 PM Lassie 7:30 Lawrence Welk (oldies but goodies) 8:30 Movie: "Zorba The Greek" 11 PM CBS News (pre-empted on Ch. 9) 11:15 David Susskind (topic: can the positions of the moon, sun, and stars predict the future? Six astrologers analyze the signs of the zodiac.) WKYT Ch. 27 Lexington (CBS) 7 AM Mormon Tabernacle Choir 7:30 Tobacco Talk 8 AM Rex Humbard 9 AM Archie's Fun House 9:30 Harlem Globetrotters 10 AM Day Of Discovery 10:30 Right On! 11 AM It Is Written 11:30 Face The Nation 12 N Area Profile 12:30 Movie: "Six Of A Kind" (watch for W.C. Fields and George Burns in this one from '34) 1:45 People And Problems 2 PM Bill Anderson 2:30 Tobacco Talk 3 PM Kathy Hill (country music) 3:30 Pro Bowl Pre-Game 4 PM Pro Bowl 7 PM Joe Hall (UK basketball highlights, time approximate) 7:30 Lassie 8 PM M*A*S*H 8:30 Mannix 9:30 Dick Van Dyke And The Other Woman 10:30 The Adventurer 11 PM News 11:30 Movie: "Golden Earrings" WLKY Ch. 32 Louisville (ABC) 7 AM Agriscope 7:30 Rev. Don Young 8 AM Outreach '72 (that's what it says, shouldn't it be "Outreach '73"?) 8:30 Rex Humbard 9:30 Oral Roberts 10 AM Hazel 10:30 Church Service 11:30 Make A Wish (a London blacksmith shop and the band shell in Hyde Park) 12 N Reason And Controversy 12:30 Under Discussion 1 PM Newsmakers 1:30 Issues And Answers 2 PM NBA Basketball: Warriors-Bucks 4:30 Wrestling (time approximate) 5:30 I Love Lucy 6 PM Movie: "Somebody Loves Me" 8 PM The FBI 9 PM ABC Movie: "How The West Was Won" 11 PM Movie: "633 Squadron" (ABC News follows at approximately 1 AM) WDRB Ch. 41 Louisville (Ind.) 7:30 Rev. Bob Harrington 8 AM Billy James Hargis And His All-American Kids 8:30 Revival Fires 9 AM It Is Written 9:30 TBA 10 AM Kathryn Kuhlman 10:30 Herald Of Truth 11 AM Galloping Gourmet 11:30 Movie: "It Ain't Hay" (Abbott and Costello) 1 PM Movie: "The Big Knife" 3 PM Lancer 4 PM Movie: "Oh, Susanna" 6 PM Tarzan 7 PM Lassie 7:30 Johnny Mann's Stand Up And Cheer (guest: Mickey Rooney) 8 PM Lawrence Welk 9 PM Mancini Generation (guests: Norm Crosby, Loretta Lynn) 9:30 Avengers 10:30 Commercial Film (what we now call an infomercial) 10:45 Roller Derby WBLG Ch. 62 (WTVQ Ch. 36) Lexington (ABC) 8:30 Outreach '72 9 AM Old-Time Gospel Hour 10 AM Curiosity Shop (Dennis the Menace explores the question: who makes rules?) 11 AM Church Service 12 N This Is The Life 12:30 Arthur Smith 1 PM CORE Soul Den 1:30 Issues And Answers 2 PM NBA Basketball: Warriors-Bucks 4:30 Movie: "Angels With Dirty Faces" (classic with James Cagney and Pat O'Brien, time approximate) 6 PM Perry Mason 7 PM I Spy 8 PM The FBI 9 PM ABC Movie: "How The West Was Won" 11 PM ABC News 11:15 News 11:30 Insight E Kentucky Educational Television (WKZT/23 Elizabethtown, WKSO/29 Somerset, WKMR/38 Morehead, WKLE/46 Lexington, WKON/52 Owenton, WCVN/54 Covington, WKMJ/68 Louisville) (PBS) 7 PM Zoom 7:30 Evening At Pops 8:30 French Chef 9 PM Masterpiece Theatre 10 PM Firing Line sign off 11 PM Retro: New York City, Friday, January 28, 1949 Source; New York Times Stations; 2-WCBS-TV (CBS) 4-WNBT (NBC) 5-WABD (DuMont) 7-WJZ-TV (ABC) 11-WPIX (Ind) 13-WATV (Ind) MORNING 7:00-WABD-News. Time: Weather 7:15-WABD-Health Talk: Interviews 7:45-WABD-Your School Reporter-Hal Cooper 8:00-WABD-News, Weather; Interviews 8:30-WABO-Kindergarten-Pat Meikle 9:00-WARD-Time: Weather; Morning Chapel 9:30-WABD-Your Shopper-Kathi Norris 10:00-WABD-Rumpus Room-Johnny Olson 10:00-2:45-WATV-Test Pattern 10:30-WABD-Welcome Neighbor-Johnny Woods AFTERNOON 12:00-WABD-Amanda, Songs: Interviews 12:30-WCBS-TV-Music; Weather; Films WABD-Ted Steele. Plano 1:00-WCBS-TV-Warren Hull Show WABD-Okay Mother-Dennis James 1:30-WCBS-TV-Vanity Fair: Dorothy Doan, Gil Fates; Guest. Jules Miller WABD-News: Music 2:30-WABD-Wendy Barrie Show 2:45-WATV-Music and Announcements 3:00-WABD-The Needie Shop-Alice Burrows WATV-Feature Film; Western 3:15-WABD-Vincent Lopez 3:30-WABD-Time: Weather 3:45-WARD-Spare Room. Phil Hanna 4:00-WABD-And Everything Nice with Maxine Barrett 4,15-WABD--Fred Fassler, Violinist 4:30-.WABD-Women's club-Irene Murphy 4:45-WABD-Time; Weather 5:00-WABD-Ted Steele Show WATV--Junior Frolics 5:15-WABD-Time: Weather; Interviews 5:30-WNBT-Howdy Doody-Bob Smith WPIX-Music. WATV-Film Serial: Fighting Marines 5:45-WABD-Children's Records 5:50-WATV-Camera Highlights EVENING 6:00-WNBT-Easy Does It: Adele Girard, Johnny Andrews WABD-Small Fry Club-Bob Emery WPIX-News: Six Gun Playhouse 6:15-WCBS-TV-Music; Weather 6:25-WNBT-Weather; Tex Antoine 6:30-WCBS-TV-Lucky Pup WNBT--Natural. Treasures; Ivan Sanderson WABD-Camera Headlines WATV-Musical Varieties 6:45-WCB5-TV-Bob Howard Show WABD-Russ Hodges Scoreboard 7:00-WCBS-TV-Your Sports Special. With Caswell Adams and Dolly Stark WNBT-Kukla, Fran and 011ie Show WABD-Kev to the Missing WJZ-TV-News, Gordon Fraser: Guest, J. K Lasser WPIX-News: Film Museum WATV-Film : Trails of the Wild. With Kermit Maynard 7:15-WCBS-TV-Places Please, With Barry Wood';Guests. Florence Ahl. Howard Malone, Doreen Day, WJZ-TV-Wren's Nest 7:30-WCBS-TV -Douglas Edwards, News WNBT -Jack Kilty Show WABD-Manhattan Spotlight, With Charles Tranum WJZ-TV -Film Fun: Be-Bop on the Road WPIX-Newsreei: Film Shorts 7:40-WNBT. WABD-Pick-up of Arrivals for Premiere of the Broadway Revue. at the International Theatre 7:45-WCBS-TV-Make Mine Music; Carole Collman. Bill Skipper, Tony Mottola Trio WJZ-TV-The Fitzgeralds 7:50-WNBT-Newsreel Theatre; John Cameron Swayze 8:00-WCBS-TV-Adventures in Jazz. With Fred Robbins; Will Bradley. Orchestra Conductor; Guests, Ray McKinley Orchestra, Mary Osborne, Lester Young, Babs and His Three Sips and a Bop. Wyatt and Taylor WNBT & WABD-Broadway Revue: Sid Caesar, Mary McCarty, Imogene Coca, Gower and Marge Chapion (Premiere) WJZ-TV-Vaudeo Varieties WATV-Telesports Review 8:15-WPIX-Sports-Guy Lebow 8:30-WCBS-TV.-Messing's Prize Party WATV-Film: Man With Two Lives. With Edward Morris 8:40-WPIX-Basketball: Seton Halls vs. Providence College 9:00-WCBS-TV-Johns Hopkins Science Review WNBT-Stop Me If You've Heard This One. Cal Finney, Benny Rubin. Leon Janney.- Mae Questel. George Givot WABD-Fashlons on Parade; Guest. Mrs.Grace Gilbert WJZ-TV-Break the Bank-Bert Parks 9:30-WCBS-TV-Sports Show WNBT-Your Show Time: Robert Louis Stevenson's Sire De Maietrolts' Door With Dan 0 Herlihy. Morris Carnosky, Allene Roberts WABD-News Reports WJZ-TV-Joe Hasel Sports Review; Guest. Donna Fox WATV-Requestfully Yours, With Paul Brenner 9:45-WJZ-TV-Alice Pearce Show 9:50-WCBS-TV-FIlm: I Accuse My Past. With Robert Lowell, Mary Beth Hughes 10:00-WNBT-Boxing. Madison Square Garden 10:45-WPIX-Newsreel 11:00-WCBS TV-Newsreel WNBT-Supper Club with Perry Como; Fontane sisters, Mitchell Ayres Orchestra WABD-Stan Shaw Retro: New York City Sun, Jan 22, 1956 from New York Herald Tribune WCBS 2-CBS New York 7:50 Prevues 7:55 Give Us This Day (Rabbi William Berkowitz) 8:00 FYI 8:30 Big Picture 9:00 The Pastor "Dearly Beloved" (with Rev. Dr.. Robert E. Goodrich Jr. from First Methodist Church in Dallas) 9:15 Our Goodly Heritage (NYU College of Arts and Sciences Dean William Bush Baer reads Samuel chapters 2-4) 9:30 Cartoon Carnival 10:00 Lamp Unto My Feet (guest F. Gerald Ensley, Methodist Bishop of Des Moines) 10:30 Look Up & Live (guests Mahalia Jackson, and from Oxford PA Rev. L. McMaster) 11:00 Eye on New York (Bill Leonard) 11:30 Camera Three "The Dream of a Ridiculous Man" (one-man show by John Drainie) noon Let's Take a Trip (Sonny, Ginger and Pud head for Miami Beach) 12:30 Wild Bill Hickok "the Music Teacher" 1:00 Picture for a Sunday Afternoon "Bulldog Drummond's Peril" 2:00 Amos 'n' Andy "Andy Goes Into the Chinchilla Business" (when Kingfish hornswoggles him into believing a pair of rare rabbits are in fact chinchillas) 2:30 Adventure (feature on voodoo) 3:00 Face the Nation 3:30 CBS Sunday News 4:00 Front Row Center "The Challenge" (starring Gunsmoke's James Arness) 5:00 Omnibus (pt 2 of the Great Adventure/foreign commercials/Yugoslav National Folk Ballet in its US debut) 6:30 You are There "The Hoax of the Cardiff Giant" (a controversial "giant" near Cardiff NY with some people saying it's a petrified human giant, and others insisting it's an ancient statue) 7:00 Lassie 7:30 Private Secretary "Noble Gesture" 8:00 Ed Sullivan (Ed salutes ASCAP with the assistance of Margaret & Barbara Whiting, Mitch Miller & chorus, Hugh Tierney, Eddie Burnette, Maude Nugent Jerome, Alice Lawlor, Jack Nowarth, Guys & Dolls composer Frank Loesser, Billy Daniels, John Raitt, Claramae Turner, Pat Rooney, Will Oakland, Mitchell Parish, Helen Kane, and Rose Murphy) 9:00 GE Theater "The Muse and Mr. Parkinson" 9:30 Alfred Hitchcock Presents "The Older Sister" (story of Lizzie Borden) 10:00 Appointment with Adventure "Betrayal" 10:30 What's My Line? 11:00 Sunday News Special 11:15 Late Show "Double-Barrel Miracle" 12:30 Late Late Show "I Killed Geronimo" 1:30 News/Sermon WRCA 4-NBC New York 8:00 Fourth R (Sr. Maria del Rey) 9:00 Britannica Theater "Making Shoes"/"Atomic Energy"/"Southwestern States"/"Pakistan"/"Adventures of a Baby Fox" 10:00 Sing a Song (Charity Bailey) 10:30 Children's Hour (Ed Herlihy) 11:30 Time for Adventure "Squeak the Squirrel"/"YMCA on World Fronts" (Milton Ford) noon Mr. Wizard 12:30 Top Secret "Narrow to One" 12:45 Viewpoint (guest Assemblyman/minority leader Eugene Bannigan) 1:00 American Forum 1:30 Catholic Hour "Communist History" (Rev. James J. McQuade) 2:00 Conversation with Sean O'Casey (visiting the Irish playwright at his home in Torquay, England) 2:30 Youth Wants to Know (guest Sen. Paul Douglas (D-IL)) 3:00 Dr. Spock (discussing pre-school books with Scott Publishing Co's William Scott; also relationships among sisters with guests including a grandma, her 3 daughters and several of their kids) 3:30 Zoo Parade 4:00 Wide Wide World "Portrait of An American Winter" 5:30 Captain Gallant "The Constance Missal" 6:00 Meet the Press (guest: Secretary of the Treasury George W. Humphrey) 6:30 Roy Rogers 7:00 It's a Great Life "House Guest" 7:30 Frontier "The Ten Days of John Leslie" 8:00 Comedy Hour (guests Ernie Kovacs, Wally Cox, the Gentlemaniacs, and Eddie Mayehoff) 9:00 Alcoa Hour "A Patch on Faith" 10:00 Loretta Young "Song of Rome" 10:30 Justice "Broken Lullaby" 11:00 News (J.K.M. McCaffery) 11:15 Les Paul & Mary Ford 11:10 Weather/Fishing 11:20 Eleventh-Hour Theater "Take It Big" WABD 5-DuMont New York 9:55 Prayer/News 10:00 Western Tales "Colorado Serenade" 10:50 Homemaker's Newsreel 11:00 Star of the West "Man from Utah" 11:50 Hints for Women noon Wonderama (Tim McCoy) 3:00 Feature Theater "The Crimson Key" 4:30 Feature Theater "Ghost Camera" 6:00 Beulah "Beulah and the Shop" 6:30 Youth Forum "Can a Physical Handicap Become an Asset?" (guest Dr. Howard A. Rusk, rehab director at NYU-Bellevue Medical Center) 7:00 Between the Lines 7:30 Manhattan Playhouse "Master of Bankdom" 8:45 Beauty Hints 9:00 Playhouse Five "Calendar" 11:00 Featurama "The Best of the Week" (Tom Moore) mid. Prevues/Prayer WABC 7-ABC New York 11:30 Pet Center Show noon Christopher Program "Abraham Lincoln's Personality" 12:30 Faith for Today 1:00 Feature Film "Meeting at Midnight" 2:00 Film Feature "Riot Squad" 3:00 Hopalong Cassidy 4:00 Dean James A. Pike (Cathedral of St. John the Divine) 4:30 College News Conference "Issues in the New Congress" (teens interview Mass. Sen. Leverett Saltonstall) 5:00 Super Circus 6:00 Sky King "The Rainbird" 6:30 Gene Autry (no details listed, Gene ran on both ch 7 and 9 in the slot) 7:00 You Asked for It 7:30 Famous Film Festival "In Which We Serve" (written, directed, produced, and starring Noel Coward) 9:00 Chance of a Lifetime 9:30 Ted Mack's Original Amateur Hour 10:30 Sunday Playhouse "Catherine the Great" WNHC 8-ABC/CBS New Haven 8:30 Oral Roberts 9:00 This is the Life "I Killed Lt. Hartwell" 9:30 Christophers 10:00 Lamp Unto My Feet 10:30 Texas Rangers 11:00 Super Circus noon Outdoor Club (Bruce Gilson) 1:00 Looney Tunes 1:30 Stories of the Century "John Wesley Hardin" 2:00 Western Film "Son of Davy Crockett" 3:00 Three-Bell Theater "Donovan's Brain" 4:30 Hollywood Backstage 5:00 Lassie (same episode as ch 2 at 7) 5:30 Man Behind the Badge "The Desperate Moment" 6:00 Studio 57 "The Ballad of Jubal Pickett" 7:00 You Asked for It 7:30 Private Secretary "Noble Gesture" 8:00 Ed Sullivan 9:00 Chance of a Lifetime 9:30 Ted Mack's Original Amateur Hour 10:30 What's My Line? 11:00 Sunday News Special 11:15 Les Paul & Mary Ford 11:20 Sherlock Holmes "The Case of the Impromptu Performance" 11:50 Mystery Theater "Case of Carrie's Coffin" 12:20 News WOR 9-Ind New York 9:00 Christophers (guest Garry Moore) 9:15 What's Your Trouble? (Dr. & Mrs. Norman Vincent Peale) 9:30 Kiddie Video 10:00 Roy Rogers "Frontier Pony Express" 11:00 Health & Beauty" 11:15 Movie Museum "Ambrose's First Falsehood"/"Lindberg and the Desperate Encounter" noon Fun for Lunch 12:30 This is the Life "I Killed Lt. Hartwell" 1:00 The World We Want (guests are participants in the 10th annual Herald Tribune High School Forum, students come from Curtis High, Hempstead High, Australia, France, Germany, Italy, and Switzerland) 1:30 Camera 9 Theater "Double Cross" 2:30 Enterprise, USA (look at Yeshiva University) 3:00 Biff Baker, USA "The Jewel" 3:30 Dateline Europe "In Valladon" 4:00 Million Dollar Movie-Uncut Version "Tales of Hoffmann" 6:30 Gene Autry "Singing Cowboy" 7:30 Million Dollar Movie "Tales of Hoffmann" 9:00 Famous Playhouse "Miss Jeremy and the Bran Sergin" 9:30 Conflicts "Night Light at Vardens" 10:00 Million Dollar Movie (Repeat from 7:30) 11:30 Oral Roberts WPIX 11-Ind New York 11:30 Film Varieties noon World of Tomorrow 12:30 Sightseeing 1:00 Feature Theater "Yellow Fin" 2:30 Feature Playhouse "Little Big Horn" 4:00 Sunday Movie "Roaring City" 5:00 Tales of Hans Christian Andersen "The Puppet Showman" 5:30 Clubhouse Gang (Little Rascals) 6:00 Soldiers of Fortune "The General" 6:30 Life with Father "Father and the Circus" 7:00 Big Playback (Jimmy Powers) 7:30 Victory at Sea "Battle for Leyte Gulf" 8:00 Inspector Mark Saber "Snowman Murder" 8:30 Foreign Intrigue "Speed Demon" 9:00 Ellery Queen "A Letter from the Dead" 9:30 City Detective "The Baby in the Basket" 10:00 Studio 57 "The Ballad of Jubal Pickett" 10:30 Whistler "Silent Partner" 11:00 Weatherman 11:05 Fashion Show (Ethel Thorsen) WATV 13-Ind New York 9:00 Film Highlights 9:15 Gospel Train 9:45 Christian Science 10:00 Thrills in Sports 10:15 Rabbi Schulem Reuben "Passport for Happiness" 10:30 Attualita Italiana (Erberto Landi) 11:00 Aldo Aldi noon Dove Son Nato (Italian quiz show) 12:30 Fiesta Juvenil 1:00 Junior Carnival (Uncle Steve) 2:00 Opportunity Knocks (Milo Boulton) 2:30 Housewife's Hints 3:00 Western Feature "Drifting Along" 3:30 Western Roundup "Fighting Marshal" 4:30 Junior Carnival 5:30 Time for Pets (Murray Zaret) 6:00 Greek Show 7:00 Gov. Meyner's Report "Foster Care Program of the State Board of Child Welfare" 7:30 NJ Legislative Report "Increased State Aid for Schools-How Shall We Pay for It?" 8:00 Carousel Hispano 9:00 Evangel Hour (Rev. David Coddington) 9:30 Spanish Hour 11:00 Programa de los Once WICC 43-ABC/DuMont Bridgeport 6:30pm This is the Life 7:00 You Asked for It 7:30 Famous Film Festival "In Which We Serve" 9:00 Local Film Retro: North Carolina Thursday, January 18, 1979 From TV Guide, North Carolina Edition: WFMY Ch. 2 Greensboro (CBS) 6 AM Good Morning Show 8 AM Captain Kangaroo 9 AM Dinah! 10 AM All In The Family 10:30 Price Is Right 11:30 Love Of Life 11:55 News (local) 12 N Young And The Restless 12:30 Search For Tomorrow 1 PM Mary Tyler Moore 1:30 As The World Turns 2:30 Guiding Light 3:30 M*A*S*H 4 PM Match Game '79 (Patty Duke Astin, Bert Convy, Audrey Landers, Charles Nelson Reilly, Brett Somers, Robert Walden) 4:30 I Love Lucy 5 PM Andy Griffith 5:30 Beverly Hillbillies 6 PM News 6:30 CBS News (Walter Cronkite) 7 PM PM Magazine (an interview with swimmer Diana Nyad; an ice sculptor at work) 7:30 Wild Wild World Of Animals 8 PM The Waltons 9 PM ACC Basketball: Wake Forest-Duke 11 PM News (time approximate) 11:30 M*A*S*H 12:05 Columbo E WUND/2 Columbia/Edenton, NC; WUNC/4 Chapel Hill; WUNK/25 Greenville, NC; WUNL/26 Winston-Salem; WUNJ/39 Wilmington, NC; WUNG/58 Concord, NC (PBS) 9 AM Sesame Street 10 AM In-school programs 12 N Tobacco Workshop 2:30 Anyone For Tennyson? 3 PM Japan: The Changing Tradition 3:30 Over Easy (Charlton Heston discusses his book "The Actor's Life") 4 PM Sesame Street 5 PM Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 5:30 Electric Company 6 PM Studio See 6:30 Engineering Report 7 PM General Assembly Today 7:30 MacNeil/Lehrer Report 8 PM Nova (profile of behaviorist B.F. Skinner) 9 PM Palestine (Part 1 of 3: from 1914 to the founding of Israel in 1948) 10:30 Duchess Of Duke Street (Part 13) sign off 11:30 PM WBTV Ch. 3 Charlotte (CBS) 6:10 Story Of Jesus 6:15 Thursday Morning 6:45 News 7 AM CBS News (Lesley Stahl/Richard Threlkeld) 8 AM Captain Kangaroo 9 AM Donahue (soap stars Jacquie Courtney, John McCook, and Deidre Hall) 10 AM All In The Family 10:30 Price Is Right 11:30 Love Of Life 11:55 CBS News (Douglas Edwards) 12 N Top O' The Day 1 PM Search For Tomorrow 1:30 As The World Turns 2:30 Guiding Light 3:30 Gilligan's Island 4 PM Emergency One! 5 PM Gunsmoke 6 PM News 7 PM CBS News 7:30 Donna Fargo (guest: Donny Osmond) 8 PM The Waltons 9 PM ACC Basketball: Wake Forest-Duke 11 PM News (time approximate) 11:30 M*A*S*H 12:05 Columbo WWAY Ch. 3 Wilmington, NC (ABC) 6 AM PTL Club 7 AM Good Morning America 9 AM PTL Club continues 10 AM Medical Center 11 AM Happy Days 11:30 Family Feud 12 N News 12:15 Good Afternoon Carolina 12:30 Ryan's Hope 1 PM All My Children 2 PM One Life To Live 3 PM General Hospital 4 PM Edge Of Night 4:30 Gilligan's Island 5 PM Emergency One! 6 PM News 6:30 ABC World News Tonight 7 PM Adam-12 7:30 Sanford And Son 8 PM Mork & Mindy 8:30 Delta House (debut) 9 PM Barney Miller 9:30 Soap 10 PM From This Moment On: Cole Porter (the composer is saluted by Bob Hope, Ethel Merman, Steve Lawrence, and Eydie Gorme) 11 PM News 11:30 Starsky & Hutch 12:40 Mannix 1:50 News WRAL Ch. 5 Raleigh (ABC) 6:30 Country Morning: Farm News 7 AM Good Morning America 9 AM Mike Douglas 10 AM Time For Uncle Paul 10:30 Edge Of Night 11 AM Happy Days 11:30 Family Feud 12 N News 12:30 Ryan's Hope 1 PM All My Children 2 PM One Life To Live 3 PM General Hospital 4 PM Gilligan's Island 4:30 Brady Bunch 5 PM I Love Lucy 5:30 Andy Griffith 6 PM News 6:30 ABC World News Tonight 7 PM Real McCoys 7:30 Gomer Pyle, USMC 8 PM Mork & Mindy 8:30 Delta House 9 PM ACC Basketball: Wake Forest-Duke 11 PM News (time approximate) 11:30 Starsky & Hutch 12:40 Mannix WTTG Ch. 5 Washington, DC (Ind.) 6 AM Plays Of Shakespeare 6:30 New Zoo Revue 7 AM Tom And Jerry 7:30 Porky Pig 8 AM Flintstones 8:30 The Archies 9 AM Dennis The Menace 9:30 Leave It To Beaver 10 AM Dick Van Dyke 10:30 Father Knows Best 11 AM Medical Center 12 N Panorama 2 PM Family Affair 2:30 I Love Lucy 3 PM Partridge Family 3:30 Gong Show 4 PM Fred Flintstone & Friends 4:30 Tom And Jerry 5 PM Flintstones 5:30 Brady Bunch 6 PM Andy Griffith 6:30 Six Million Dollar Man 7:30 Dating Game 8 PM College Basketball: San Francisco-Notre Dame 10 PM News (time approximate) 11 PM Odd Couple 11:30 Perry Mason 12:30 Movie: "Stand Up And Fight" WECT Ch. 6 Wilmington, NC (NBC) 6 AM Carolina In The Morning 7 AM Today 9 AM Donahue (author John Holt discusses teaching children at home) 10 AM Card Sharks 10:30 All Star Secrets (Jamie Farr, Lynn Redgrave, Nipsey Russell) 11 AM High Rollers 11:30 Wheel Of Fortune 12 N Carolina At Noon 12:30 Password Plus 1 PM Hollywood Squares (Scott Baio, Foster Brooks, Jim Brown, Vikki Carr, Didi Conn, Bobby Kelton, Erin Moran, Joan Rivers, Paul Lynde) 1:30 Days Of Our Lives 2:30 The Doctors 3 PM Another World 4 PM Bugs And Company 5 PM Beverly Hillbillies (guests: Lester Flatt and Earl Scruggs) 5:30 Andy Griffith 6 PM News 6:30 NBC News (John Chancellor/David Brinkley) 7 PM Bewitched 7:30 Mary Tyler Moore 8 PM Challenge Of The Superheroes (Adam West and Burt Ward lead a team of superheroes against a team of villains headed by Frank Gorshin and Charlie Callas.) 9 PM ACC Basketball: Wake Forest-Duke 11 PM News (time approximate) 11:30 Tonight Show (Lauren Bacall, Anthony Newley) 1 AM News WITN Ch. 7 Washington, NC (NBC) 5:30 Arthur Smith 6 AM Almanac 7 AM Today 9 AM Merv Griffin (topic: discos; guests: Deney Terrio and Motion, the Village People, Phyllis Diller, Liz Torres) 10 AM Card Sharks 10:30 All Star Secrets 11 AM High Rollers 11:30 Wheel Of Fortune 12 N News 12:30 Password Plus 1 PM Hollywood Squares 1:30 Days Of Our Lives 2:30 The Doctors 3 PM Another World 4 PM Doris Day 4:30 Superman 5 PM Battle Of The Planets 5:30 McHale's Navy 6 PM News 6:30 NBC News 7 PM Hogan's Heroes 7:30 That Nashville Music (Ray Price, Dottsy, Charlie McCoy, Johnny Gimble) 8 PM Challenge Of The Superheroes 9 PM Quincy 10 PM David Cassidy, Man Undercover (last show) 11 PM News 11:30 Tonight Show 1 AM Tomorrow (guest: TV director Art Fisher) 2 AM News WGHP Ch. 8 High Point (ABC) 6 AM Good Morning Piedmont 7 AM Good Morning America 9 AM Movie: "Inherit The Wind" 11 AM Happy Days 11:30 Family Feud 12 N $20,000 Pyramid (Robert Walden, Brianne Leary) 12:30 Ryan's Hope 1 PM All My Children 2 PM One Life To Live 3 PM General Hospital 4 PM Bugs Bunny/Porky Pig 4:30 Six Million Dollar Man 5:30 Sanford And Son 6 PM News 6:30 ABC World News Tonight 7 PM Joker's Wild 7:30 Gong Show (judges: Ja'net DuBois, June Allyson, Jamie Farr) 8 PM Mork & Mindy 8:30 Delta House 9 PM Barney Miller 9:30 Soap 10 PM Family 11 PM News 11:30 Starsky & Hutch 12:40 Mannix 1:50 News WNCT Ch. 9 Greenville, NC (CBS) 6 AM Carolina Today 8 AM CBS News 9 AM Captain Kangaroo 10 AM All In The Family 10:30 Price Is Right 11:30 Love Of Life 11:55 Paul Harvey Comments 12 N News 12:30 Search For Tomorrow 1 PM Young And The Restless 1:30 As The World Turns 2:30 Guiding Light 3:30 M*A*S*H 4 PM Brady Bunch 4:30 The Rookies 5:30 Dating Game 6 PM News 6:30 CBS News 7 PM Newlywed Game 7:30 Joker's Wild 8 PM The Waltons 9 PM ACC Basketball: Wake Forest-Duke 11 PM News (time approximate) 11:30 M*A*S*H 12:05 Columbo WSOC Ch. 9 Charlotte (ABC) 6:20 Rise And Shine 6:30 Arthur Smith 7 AM Good Morning America 9 AM Good Morning Carolina 9:30 $20,000 Pyramid (Tony Randall, Nancy Lane, week-behind from 12 N) 10 AM Merv Griffin (Vincent Van Patten, Susan Anton) 11 AM Happy Days 11:30 Family Feud 12 N News 12:30 Ryan's Hope 1 PM All My Children 2 PM One Life To Live 3 PM General Hospital 4 PM Edge Of Night 4:30 Bewitched 5 PM Bionic Woman 6 PM News 6:30 ABC World News Tonight 7 PM Cross-Wits (Jack Jones, Rita Moreno, Barbara Rhoades, Stu Gilliam) 7:30 Newlywed Game 8 PM Mork & Mindy 8:30 Delta House 9 PM Barney Miller 9:30 Soap 10 PM Family 11 PM News 11:30 Starsky & Hutch 12:40 Mannix 1:50 News WIS Ch. 10 Columbia, SC (NBC) 6:20 Early Riser 6:30 Knozit-Land 7 AM Today 9 AM Carolina Today 9:25 News 9:30 Knozit-Land 10 AM Card Sharks 10:30 All Star Secrets 11 AM High Rollers 11:30 Wheel Of Fortune 12 N Jeopardy! (the failed revised format) 12:30 News 1 PM Hollywood Squares 1:30 Days Of Our Lives 2:30 The Doctors 3 PM Another World 4 PM Brady Bunch 4:30 Tom And Jerry 5 PM Six Million Dollar Man 6 PM Joker's Wild 6:30 NBC News 7 PM News 7:30 Muppet Show (guest: Raquel Welch) 8 PM Challenge Of The Superheroes 9 PM ACC Basketball: Wake Forest-Duke 11 PM News (time approximate) 11:30 Tonight Show 1 AM Tomorrow WTVD Ch. 11 Durham (CBS) 6:30 Sunrise Semester: "Astronomy And Astrology" 7 AM CBS News 8 AM Captain Kangaroo 9 AM Donahue (same as Ch. 6) 10 AM All In The Family 10:30 Price Is Right 11:30 Love Of Life 11:55 News (local) 12 N Young And The Restless 12:30 Search For Tomorrow 1 PM At Home With Peggy Mann 1:30 As The World Turns 2:30 Guiding Light 3:30 M*A*S*H 4 PM Match Game '79 4:30 Merv Griffin (Orson Welles, magician Jimmy Grippo) 6 PM News 6:30 CBS News 7 PM Joker's Wild 7:30 Tic Tac Dough 8 PM The Waltons 9 PM Teen-Age Pregnancy: A Fact Of Life (Peggy Mann looks at the problem in North Carolina.) 10 PM Barnaby Jones 11 PM News 11:30 Mary Tyler Moore 12 M Gunsmoke WCTI Ch. 12 New Bern (ABC) 5:55 Tabernacle Tidings 6 AM PTL Club 7 AM Good Morning America 9 AM Donahue (guest: Julia Child) 10 AM Mike Douglas (co-host Jerry Lewis; Lou Rawls, Maynard Ferguson and his orchestra) 11 AM Happy Days 11:30 Family Feud 12 N The Love Experts (Geoff Edwards, Nipsey Russell, Joyce Bulifant, Elaine Joyce) 12:30 Ryan's Hope 1 PM All My Children 2 PM One Life To Live 3 PM General Hospital 4 PM TBA 4:30 My Three Sons 5 PM Six Million Dollar Man 6 PM News 6:30 ABC World News Tonight 7 PM Sanford And Son 7:30 Gong Show (Pat McCormick, Ja'net DuBois, Jamie Farr) 8 PM Mork & Mindy 8:30 Delta House 9 PM Barney Miller 9:30 Soap 10 PM Family 11 PM News 11:30 Starsky & Hutch 12:40 Mannix 1:50 Maverick WXII Ch. 12 Winston-Salem (NBC) 5:45 700 Club 6:45 News 7 AM Today 9 AM Today At Home 10 AM Card Sharks 10:30 All Star Secrets 11 AM High Rollers 11:30 Wheel Of Fortune 12 N News 12:30 Donahue (guest: Lauren Bacall) 1:30 Days Of Our Lives 2:30 The Doctors 3 PM Another World 4 PM Tom And Jerry/Spiderman 5 PM Bewitched 5:30 My Three Sons 6 PM News 6:30 NBC News 7 PM Newlywed Game 7:30 Dating Game 8 PM Challenge Of The Superheroes 9 PM Quincy 10 PM David Cassidy, Man Undercover 11 PM News 11:30 Tonight Show 1 AM Tomorrow WBTW Ch. 13 Florence, SC (CBS/ABC) 6 AM Good Morning Jesus 7 AM Carolina Almanac 7:05 Jim Nesbitt 8 AM Captain Kangaroo 9 AM CBS News 10 AM All In The Family 10:30 Price Is Right 11:30 Love Of Life 11:55 CBS News 12 N Young And The Restless 12:30 Search For Tomorrow 1 PM Edge Of Night 1:30 As The World Turns 2:30 Guiding Light 3:30 Ryan's Hope 4 PM All My Children 5 PM The Lucy Show 5:30 Sanford And Son 6 PM News 6:30 ABC World News Tonight 7 PM CBS News 7:30 Gong Show (Rex Reed, Jaye P. Morgan, Patty Andrews (of the Andrews Sisters)) 8 PM The Waltons 9 PM Hawaii Five-O 10 PM Barnaby Jones 11 PM News 11:30 M*A*S*H 12:05 Columbo WTCG (WPCH) Ch. 17 Atlanta (Ind.) 5:40 World At Large 6:10 News 6:30 Romper Room 7 AM Three Stooges/Little Rascals 8 AM Leave It To Beaver 8:30 Hazel 9 AM The Lucy Show 9:30 Green Acres 10 AM Movie: "That Funny Feeling" 11:55 News 12 N Love, American Style 12:30 Movie: "My Sister Eileen" 2:25 News 2:30 I Love Lucy 3 PM Speed Racer 3:30 Flintstones 4 PM Space Giants 4:30 Gilligan's Island 5 PM I Dream Of Jeannie 5:30 Beverly Hillbillies 6 PM Andy Griffith 6:30 My Three Sons 7 PM Carol Burnett And Friends 7:30 Sanford And Son 8 PM Mission: Impossible 9 PM ACC Basketball: Wake Forest-Duke 11 PM Hogan's Heroes (time approximate) 11:30 Movie: "A Song Is Born" 2 AM News 2:20 Movie: "Adventures Of Don Juan" (Errol Flynn) 4:50 Dragnet 5:20 World At Large WCCB Ch. 18 Charlotte (Ind.) 6 AM News 6:30 Forum 6:45 Let's Think It Over 7 AM 700 Club 8:30 Manna 9 AM Mike Douglas 10 AM Joker's Wild 10:30 Forum 10:45 News 11 AM PTL Club 1 PM Wild Wild West 2 PM Cartoon Carnival 2:30 Kroffts Supershow 3 PM Spiderman 4 PM Battle Of The Planets 4:30 Flintstones (may be Fred Flintstone & Friends since "Flintstones" aired at 4 on Ch. 36) 5 PM Little Rascals 5:30 Partridge Family 6 PM I Love Lucy (Lucy in the wine vat) 6:30 Dick Van Dyke 7 PM Dating Game 7:30 Real McCoys 8 PM College Basketball: San Francisco-Notre Dame 10 PM Bonanza (time approximate) 11 PM Gong Show (Arte Johnson, Jaye P. Morgan, Allen Ludden) 11:30 PTL Club 1:30 News WDCA Ch. 20 Washington, DC (Ind.) 5:45 PTL Club 6:45 Mighty Mouse 7 AM Spiderman 7:30 Woody Woodpecker 8 AM Bugs Bunny 8:30 Kimba, The White Lion 9 AM Channel 20 Club 9:30 Romper Room 10 AM 700 Club 11:30 Manna 12 N Movie: "Chicago Deadline" 2 PM Banana Splits 2:30 Magilla Gorilla 3 PM Woody & Popeye 3:30 Super Adventures 4 PM Fantastic Four 4:30 Superman & Friends (animated) 5 PM Bugs Bunny 5:30 Gilligan's Island 6 PM Bionic Woman 7 PM Sanford And Son 7:30 Carol Burnett And Friends 8 PM Star Trek 9 PM Movie: "The Great White Hope" 11 PM Twilight Zone 11:30 Twilight Zone 12 M PTL Club 1 AM Moon Man Space Connection (disco) WPTF (WRDC) Ch. 28 Durham (NBC) 5:45 700 Club 6:45 Today On The Farm 6:55 News 7 AM Today 9 AM Movie: "Monkey On My Back" 10:30 All Star Secrets 11 AM High Rollers 11:30 Wheel Of Fortune 12 N Jeopardy! 12:30 Password Plus 1 PM Hollywood Squares 1:30 Days Of Our Lives 2:30 The Doctors 3 PM Another World 4 PM Movie: "Shipmates Forever" 6 PM Star Trek 7 PM NBC News 7:30 News (you read right--Ch. 28 was constantly experimenting with alternate times for its news, never with any success) 8 PM Challenge Of The Superheroes 9 PM Quincy 10 PM David Cassidy, Man Undercover 11 PM Fernwood 2 Night 11:30 Tonight Show 1 AM Tomorrow WRET (WCNC) Ch. 36 Charlotte (NBC) 6 AM New Zoo Revue 6:30 Three Stooges And Pals 7 AM Today 9 AM Another World 10 AM Card Sharks 10:30 All Star Secrets 11 AM High Rollers 11:30 Wheel Of Fortune 12 N Jeopardy! 12:30 Password Plus 1 PM Hollywood Squares 1:30 Days Of Our Lives 2:30 The Doctors 3 PM Popeye And Pals 3:30 Space Giants 4 PM Flintstones 4:30 Brady Bunch 5 PM Sanford And Son 5:30 Andy Griffith 6 PM Mary Tyler Moore 6:30 NBC News 7 PM News 7:30 Intuition (some sort of game, I presume local-perhaps between high schools such as on WSB's "In2ition") 8 PM Challenge Of The Superheroes 9 PM Quincy 10 PM David Cassidy, Man Undercover 11 PM News 11:30 Tonight Show 1 AM Tomorrow 2 AM News 2:15 Movie: "I Dream Too Much" 4 AM Movie: "Escape Me Never" WTVI Ch. 42 Charlotte (PBS) In-school programs until 4 PM Sesame Street 5 PM Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 5:30 Electric Company 6 PM TBA 6:30 Over Easy (critic-playwright Kenneth Tynan and author-wife Abigail discuss her book "Agatha") 7 PM Crockett's Victory Garden 7:30 MacNeil/Lehrer Report 8 PM Nova 9 PM Palestine (Part 1 of 3) 10:30 Sneak Previews (Siskel and Ebert make their picks for best and worst films of 1978, comment on the trend toward escapist movies.) 11 PM Dick Cavett (second of two with author-critic Clive James) sign off 11:30 PM Retro: North Carolina Tuesday, January 21, 1975 From TV Guide, North Carolina Edition: WFMY Ch. 2 Greensboro (CBS) 6 AM Good Morning Show 7:55 Devotions 8 AM Captain Kangaroo (guest: George Kirby) 9 AM Old Rebel Show 9:30 Gomer Pyle, USMC 10 AM Joker's Wild 10:30 Gambit 11 AM Now You See It 11:30 Love Of Life 11:55 News (local) 12 N Young And The Restless 12:30 Search For Tomorrow 1 PM Sandra And Friends 1:30 As The World Turns 2 PM Guiding Light 2:30 Edge Of Night 3 PM Price Is Right 3:30 Match Game '75 (Gary Burghoff, Betty White, Bert Convy, Mary Ann Mobley, Richard Dawson, Brett Somers) 4 PM Tattletales (Jody and Martin Milner, Mary Ann Mobley and Gary Collins, Mitzi McCall and Charlie Brill) 4:30 Merv Griffin (George Burns, Lauren Bacall, Bobby Vinton, ragtime pianist Max Morath) 6 PM News 6:30 CBS News (Walter Cronkite) 7 PM Beat The Clock (guest: Bert Convy) 7:30 $25,000 Pyramid (Bernadette Peters, Rob Reiner; Bill Cullen hosted this syndicated version) 8 PM Good Times 8:30 M*A*S*H 9 PM Hawaii Five-O 10 PM Barnaby Jones 11 PM News 11:30 Banacek E WUND/2 Columbia/Edenton, NC; WUNC/4 Chapel Hill; WUNK/25 Greenville, NC; WUNL/26 Winston-Salem; WUNJ/39 Wilmington, NC; WUNG/58 Concord, NC In-school programs until 11:30 Sesame Street 12:30 Electric Company 1 PM In-school programs 4 PM Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 4:30 Sesame Street 5:30 Electric Company 6 PM Your Future Is Now 6:30 School Food Service 7 PM St. Augustine's College Today 7:30 North Carolina News Conference 8 PM America (Alistair Cooke shows the exploitation of immigrant labor at the turn of the 20th century and profiles Theodore Roosevelt.) 8:30 Ascent Of Man (agriculture through the ages is the subject of Part 3: "The Grain In The Stone") 9:30 Woman (the wives of alcoholics) 10 PM Soundstage (Chicago blues with Bonnie Raitt, guitarist Buddy Guy, harmonica player Junior Wells) sign off 11 PM WBTV Ch. 3 Charlotte (CBS) 6:35 Almanac 6:45 Morning Scene 7 AM CBS News (Hughes Rudd) 8 AM Captain Kangaroo 9 AM Together 9:30 Tattletales (Wallace and Jack Albertson, Jackie Joseph and Ken Berry, Patti Deutsch and Donald Ross, day-behind from 4 PM) 10 AM Joker's Wild 10:30 Gambit 11 AM Now You See It 11:30 Love Of Life 11:55 CBS News (Douglas Edwards) 12 N Scene At Noon 12:30 Search For Tomorrow 1 PM Betty Feezor 1:30 As The World Turns 2 PM Guiding Light 2:30 Edge Of Night 3 PM Price Is Right 3:30 Match Game '75 4 PM Gilligan's Island 4:30 I Dream Of Jeannie 5 PM Bonanza 6 PM News 7 PM CBS News 7:30 Name That Tune 8 PM Good Times 8:30 M*A*S*H 9 PM Hawaii Five-O 10 PM Barnaby Jones 11 PM News 11:30 Banacek WWAY Ch. 3 Wilmington (ABC) 6:30 Arthur Smith 7 AM A.M. America (Bill Beutel) 9 AM New Zoo Revue 9:30 Coffeetalk 9:45 Movie: "They Made Me A Criminal" 11:30 Brady Bunch 12 N Password All Stars (Ed Asner, Vicki Lawrence, Gene Rayburn, Elaine Joyce, Richard Dawson) 12:30 Split Second 1 PM All My Children 1:30 Let's Make A Deal 2 PM $10,000 Pyramid (Larry Linville, Anne Meara; Dick Clark hosts) 2:30 Big Showdown 3 PM General Hospital 3:30 One Life To Live 4 PM Money Maze 4:30 Gilligan's Island 5 PM Gomer Pyle, USMC (Sheldon Leonard plays the director as Sgt. Carter's movie appearance appears headed for disaster.) 5:30 The Lucy Show (Art Linkletter promises Lucy $200 if she can go 24 hours without uttering a sound; Lucy's pal Doris Singleton plays a member of Linkletter's staff who's sent along to enforce the rules.) 6 PM News 6:30 ABC News (Howard K. Smith/Harry Reasoner) 7 PM Hogan's Heroes 7:30 Candid Camera (ceramic pins in an English bowling alley shatter on impact; a mysterious hand swipes customers' lunches in a New York restaurant; Joey Faye sneezes pictures off the wall in a luncheonette) 8 PM Happy Days 8:30 ABC Movie: "The Abduction Of St. Anne" 10 PM Marcus Welby, M.D. 11 PM News 11:30 Wide World Mystery: "Please Call It Murder" 1 AM News WRAL Ch. 5 Raleigh (ABC) 6 AM Arthur Smith 6:30 Farm News 6:55 Viewpoint 7 AM News 7:30 Time For Uncle Paul 8 AM A.M. America (joined in progress) 9 AM Mike Douglas (co-host Peter Falk; Jose Feliciano, comic Pat Henry, attorney Vincent Bugliosi ("Helter Skelter"), a magician; Jose does the theme from "Chico And The Man") 10:30 Femme Fare 11 AM Password All Stars (Tennessee Ernie Ford, Dick Martin, Theresa Merritt, Paul Williams, Lee Meriwether, weekbehind from noon) 11:30 Brady Bunch 12 N News 12:30 Split Second 1 PM All My Children 1:30 Let's Make A Deal 2 PM $10,000 Pyramid 2:30 Big Showdown 3 PM General Hospital 3:30 One Life To Live 4 PM Flintstones 4:30 Andy Griffith 5 PM Bonanza 6 PM News 6:30 ABC News 7 PM Raymond Burr ("Ironside" reruns) 8 PM Happy Days 8:30 ABC Movie: "The Abduction Of St. Anne" 10 PM Marcus Welby, M.D. 11 PM News 11:30 Wide World Mystery: "Please Call It Murder" WECT Ch. 6 Wilmington, NC (NBC) 6:30 Carolina In The Morning 7 AM Today (Ralph Nader participates in a debate on nuclear power; Jim Hartz and Barbara Walters co-host) 9 AM Mike Douglas (co-host Joel Grey; Sylvia Syms, David Brenner, Noel Neill (aka Lois Lane), actress Dorothy Paxton) 10 AM Celebrity Sweepstakes (Dan Rowan, Anne Meara, George Hamilton, Robert Reed, Joey Bishop, Carol Wayne) 10:30 Wheel Of Fortune (Chuck Woolery and Susan Stafford were host and letter-turner; the show was in its third week.) 11 AM High Rollers 11:30 Hollywood Squares (Carol Channing, Joan Rivers, Alan King, Sandy Duncan, Roddy McDowall, George Gobel, Rich Little, Paul Lynde) 12 N Jackpot! 12:30 Blank Check 12:55 NBC News (Edwin Newman) 1 PM Jim Burns 1:30 As The World Turns (CBS, but a long history on Ch. 6) 2 PM Days Of Our Lives 2:30 The Doctors 3 PM Another World 4 PM Somerset 4:30 Flipper 5 PM Bonanza 6 PM News 6:30 NBC News (John Chancellor) 7 PM Andy Griffith (the classic episode where Opie accidentally kills a mother bird with his slingshot) 7:30 Beverly Hillbillies (Sam Drucker visits the Clampetts) 8 PM Adam-12 8:30 NBC Movie: "Death Stalk" (parental discretion advised) 10 PM Police Story 11 PM News 11:30 Tonight Show (Jack Palance, opera singer Marilyn Horne, Gabe Kaplan) WITN Ch. 7 Washington, NC (NBC) 6 AM Almanac 7 AM Today 9 AM Mike Douglas (same as Ch. 5 without Vincent Bugliosi) 10 AM Celebrity Sweepstakes 10:30 Wheel Of Fortune 11 AM High Rollers 11:30 Hollywood Squares 12 N News 12:30 Blank Check 12:55 NBC News 1 PM Jackpot! 1:30 How To Survive A Marriage 2 PM Days Of Our Lives 2:30 The Doctors 3 PM Another World 4 PM Somerset 4:30 Bewitched 5 PM Wild Wild West 6 PM News 6:30 NBC News 7 PM Family Affair 7:30 Hollywood Squares (Alan King, Redd Foxx, Michael Landon, Totie Fields, Vincent Price, Suzanne Pleshette, Rose Marie, Charley Weaver, Paul Lynde) 8 PM Adam-12 8:30 NBC Movie: "Death Stalk" 10 PM Police Story 11 PM News 11:30 Tonight Show WGHP Ch. 8 High Point (ABC) 6:15 Farm, Home And Garden 6:30 New Zoo Revue 7 AM A.M. America 9 AM Movie: "In Our Time" 11 AM Password All Stars (day-behind from 12 N) 11:30 Southern Exposure 12:30 Split Second 1 PM All My Children 1:30 Let's Make A Deal 2 PM $10,000 Pyramid 2:30 Big Showdown 3 PM General Hospital 3:30 One Life To Live 4 PM Movie: "They Drive By Night" 6 PM News 6:30 ABC News 7 PM Truth Or Consequences 7:30 Jimmy Dean 8 PM Happy Days 8:30 ABC Movie: "The Abduction Of St. Anne" 10 PM Marcus Welby, M.D. 11 PM News 11:30 Wide World Mystery: "Please Call It Murder" 1 AM News WNCT Ch. 9 Greenville, NC (CBS) 6 AM Carolina Today 6:30 Morning Meditations 6:35 Carolina Today continues 8 AM CBS News 9 AM Captain Kangaroo 10 AM Joker's Wild 10:30 Gambit 11 AM Now You See It 11:30 Love Of Life 11:55 Timely Tips 12 N News 12:30 Search For Tomorrow 1 PM Young And The Restless 1:30 As The World Turns 2 PM Guiding Light 2:30 Edge Of Night 3 PM Price Is Right 3:30 Match Game '75 4 PM Mod Squad 5 PM Big Valley 6 PM News 6:30 CBS News 7 PM Truth Or Consequences 7:30 Let's Make A Deal 8 PM Good Times 8:30 M*A*S*H 9 PM Hawaii Five-O 10 PM Barnaby Jones 11 PM News 11:30 Banacek WSOC Ch. 9 Charlotte (NBC) 6:15 Arthur Smith 6:45 On The House 7 AM Today 9 AM Ben Casey 10 AM Celebrity Sweepstakes 10:30 Wheel Of Fortune 11 AM High Rollers 11:30 Hollywood Squares 12 N News 12:30 Blank Check 12:55 NBC News 1 PM Truth Or Consequences 1:30 How To Survive A Marriage 2 PM Days Of Our Lives 2:30 The Doctors 3 PM Another World 4 PM Mike Douglas (from Miami Beach: co-host Robert Goulet; Milt Kamen, performing elephants, and a sandcastle building demonstration) 5 PM The FBI 6 PM News 6:30 NBC News 7 PM To Tell The Truth 7:30 The World At War (Holland under Nazi rule, 1940-44) 8:30 NBC Movie: "Death Stalk" 10 PM Police Story 11 PM News 11:30 Tonight Show 1 AM Tomorrow (guest: handwriting analyst Molly Freedman) WIS Ch. 10 Columbia, SC (NBC) 6:45 Farm Report 7 AM Today 9 AM Today In Carolina 9:30 Knozit-Land 10 AM Celebrity Sweepstakes 10:30 Wheel Of Fortune 11 AM High Rollers 11:30 Hollywood Squares 12 N Jackpot! 12:30 Blank Check 12:55 News (local) 1:30 How To Survive A Marriage 2 PM Days Of Our Lives 2:30 The Doctors 3 PM Another World 4 PM Mike Douglas (co-host John Davidson (whom Group W would pick five years later to replace Mike); Richard Chamberlain, the singing Rhodes Kids, Russian trampolinists Svetlana Levina and Alexandr Volynkin) 5 PM Raymond Burr 6 PM Truth Or Consequences 6:30 NBC News 7 PM News 7:30 Price Is Right 8 PM Adam-12 8:30 NBC Movie: "Death Stalk" 10 PM Police Story 11 PM News 11:30 Tonight Show 1 AM Tomorrow WTVD Ch. 11 Durham (CBS) 7 AM CBS News 8 AM Captain Kangaroo 9 AM Peggy Mann 9:30 Tattletales (day-behind) 10 AM Joker's Wild 10:30 Gambit 11 AM Now You See It 11:30 Love Of Life 11:55 News (local) 12 N Young And The Restless 12:30 Search For Tomorrow 1 PM That Girl (guest: Scoey Mitchlll) 1:30 As The World Turns 2 PM Guiding Light 2:30 Edge Of Night 3 PM Price Is Right 3:30 Match Game '75 4 PM McHale's Navy 4:30 Bewitched 5 PM Mod Squad 6 PM News 6:30 CBS News 7 PM Family Affair 7:30 $25,000 Pyramid (Clifton Davis, Lucie Arnaz) 8 PM Good Times 8:30 M*A*S*H 9 PM Hawaii Five-O 10 PM Barnaby Jones 11 PM News 11:30 TBA WCTI Ch. 12 New Bern (ABC) 6:30 New Zoo Revue 7 AM A.M. America 9 AM Montage 10 AM Beverly Hillbillies 10:30 Concentration (Jack Narz; Ch. 12 obviously wanted to keep it at the old network time) 11 AM Money Maze 11:30 Brady Bunch 12 N Password All Stars 12:30 Split Second 1 PM All My Children 1:30 Let's Make A Deal 2 PM $10,000 Pyramid 2:30 Big Showdown 3 PM General Hospital 3:30 One Life To Live 4 PM Gilligan's Island 4:30 Little Rascals 5 PM That Girl 5:30 News 6 PM ABC News 6:30 Beat The Clock (guest: Dana Valery) 7 PM Andy Griffith 7:30 Wait Till Your Father Gets Home 8 PM Happy Days 8:30 ABC Movie: "The Abduction Of St. Anne" 10 PM Marcus Welby, M.D. 11 PM News 11:30 Wide World Mystery: "Please Call It Murder" 1 AM News WXII Ch. 12 Winston-Salem (NBC) 6 AM News 6:10 Today's Meditation 6:15 Carolina Living 6:30 Arthur Smith 7 AM Today 9 AM Today At Home 10 AM Celebrity Sweepstakes 10:30 Wheel Of Fortune 11 AM High Rollers 11:30 Hollywood Squares 12 N Jackpot! 12:30 Blank Check 12:55 NBC News 1 PM Concentration 1:30 How To Survive A Marriage 2 PM Days Of Our Lives 2:30 The Doctors 3 PM Another World 4 PM Munsters 4:30 Gilligan's Island 5 PM Bonanza 6 PM News 6:30 NBC News 7 PM What's My Line? (Gene Rayburn, Sherrye Henry, Alan Alda, Arlene Francis) 7:30 Hollywood Squares (Sammy Davis Jr., Mel Brooks, Pearl Bailey, Harvey Korman, Barbara Eden, Bill Bixby, John Davidson, Rose Marie, Paul Lynde) 8 PM Adam-12 8:30 NBC Movie: "Death Stalk" 10 PM Police Story 11 PM News 11:30 Tonight Show 1 AM Tomorrow WBTW Ch. 13 Florence, SC (CBS/ABC) 6:15 Arthur Smith 6:45 Jim Nesbitt 8 AM Captain Kangaroo 9 AM CBS News 10 AM Joker's Wild 10:30 Gambit 11 AM Now You See It 11:30 Love Of Life 11:55 CBS News 12 N Young And The Restless 12:30 Search For Tomorrow 1 PM All My Children 1:30 As The World Turns 2 PM Guiding Light 2:30 Edge Of Night 3 PM Price Is Right 3:30 Match Game '75 4 PM Tattletales 4:30 Brady Bunch (ABC, same-day from 11:30 AM) 5 PM Bonanza 6 PM ABC News 6:30 News 7 PM CBS News 7:30 To Tell The Truth (Bill Cullen, Peggy Cass, Alan Alda, Kitty Carlisle) 8 PM Good Times 8:30 M*A*S*H 9 PM Hawaii Five-O 10 PM Barnaby Jones 11 PM News 11:30 Banacek WCCB Ch. 18 Charlotte (ABC) 7 AM A.M. America 9 AM Phil Donahue 10 AM New Zoo Revue 10:30 Nanny And The Professor 11 AM Not For Women Only 11:30 News 12 N Password All Stars 12:30 Split Second 1 PM All My Children 1:30 Let's Make A Deal 2 PM $10,000 Pyramid 2:30 Big Showdown 3 PM General Hospital 3:30 One Life To Live 4 PM Money Maze 4:30 Brady Bunch (same-day from 11:30 AM) 5 PM Mickey Mouse Club 5:30 News 6 PM ABC News 6:30 Superman 7 PM What's My Line? 7:30 Concentration 8 PM Happy Days 8:30 ABC Movie: "The Abduction Of St. Anne" 10 PM Marcus Welby, M.D. 11 PM News 11:30 Wide World Mystery: "Please Call It Murder" WRDU (WRDC) Ch. 28 Durham (NBC) 7 AM Today 9 AM New Zoo Revue 9:30 Popeye 10 AM Celebrity Sweepstakes 10:30 Wheel Of Fortune 11 AM High Rollers 11:30 Hollywood Squares 12 N Jackpot! 12:30 Blank Check 12:55 NBC News 1 PM Not For Women Only (Part 2 of 5 on abuse of medicines; Barbara Walters interviews Robert Pinco of the FDA's Bureau of Drugs, over-thecounter division) 1:30 How To Survive A Marriage 2 PM Days Of Our Lives 2:30 The Doctors 3 PM Another World 4 PM Somerset 4:30 What's Happening!! (community events) 4:35 Movie: "The Bachelor And The Bobby Soxer" 6:30 News 7 PM NBC News 7:30 Hank Thompson (country music) 8 PM Adam-12 8:30 NBC Movie: "Death Stalk" 10 PM Police Story 11 PM News 11:30 Tonight Show WRET (WCNC) Ch. 36 Charlotte (Ind.) 7 AM Three Stooges And Pals 8 AM Beverly Hillbillies 8:30 Father Knows Best 9 AM Movie: "Strange Bedfellows" 11 AM PTL Club 1 PM Movie: "Banjo On My Knee" (Barbara Stanwyck sings and dances in this one from '36) 3 PM Popeye And Pals 3:30 Addams Family 4 PM Flintstones (2 episodes) 5 PM Leave It To Beaver (Edgar Buchanan as Uncle Billy) 5:30 I Love Lucy (the Hollywood-bound Ricardos and Mertzes spend the night in a dump outside Cincinnati) 6 PM Beverly Hillbillies 6:30 Gomer Pyle, USMC 7 PM Andy Griffith 7:30 Hogan's Heroes 8 PM Star Trek 9 PM Movie: "The Hell With Heroes" 11 PM Night Gallery (Ozzie and Harriet as a bungling scientist and his forgetful wife who are conducting an experiment in immortality.) 11:30 Movie: "Cry Wolf" WTVI Ch. 42 Charlotte (PBS) 4 PM Sesame Street 5 PM Electric Company 5:30 Zoom 6 PM Sesame Street 7 PM Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 7:30 Inside Out 8 PM Your Schools In Action (the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools' Business Services Department) 8:30 Van Cliburn International Piano Competition (the 1973 edition, won by Vladimir Viardo of Russia) 9 PM Feeling Good (Arte Johnson tells the story of a giant who wanted a grandchild to illustrate the need for good prenatal care; John Davidson and Bill Cosby on dental hygiene--Cosby tells about his encounter with the tooth fairy.) 10 PM Southern Artisans 10:30 The Romantic Rebellion (Kenneth Clark talks about one of the first realistic painters, Jacques Louis David (1748-1825).) sign off 11 PM Retro: Kentucky Thursday, January 19, 1967 From TV Guide, Kentucky Edition: WAVE Ch. 3 Louisville (NBC) 6:45 Today On The Farm (COLOR) 7 AM Today (Bob and Ray; Jean Leone, author of a book on Italian cooking; a fashion show of metallic and plastic dresses) (COLOR) 9 AM Morning Show (COLOR) 9:55 News (Bob Kay) (COLOR) 10 AM Reach For The Stars (COLOR) 10:25 NBC News (Sander Vanocur, COLOR) 10:30 Concentration (COLOR) 11 AM Pat Boone (the comedy team of Davis and Reese) (COLOR) 11:30 Hollywood Squares (Phyllis Diller, James Drury, Ruta Lee, Dennis James) (COLOR) 12 N Jeopardy! (COLOR) 12:30 Eye Guess (COLOR) 12:55 NBC News (Edwin Newman, COLOR) 1 PM Dialing For Dollars 2 PM Days Of Our Lives (COLOR) 2:30 The Doctors (COLOR) 3 PM Another World (COLOR) 3:30 You Don't Say! (Pat Carroll, Rusty Draper) (COLOR) 4 PM Movie: "I'll Be Seeing You" 5:30 Woody Woodpecker (COLOR) 6 PM News, Weather And Sports (COLOR) 6:30 Huntley-Brinkley Report (COLOR) 7 PM Death Valley Days (COLOR) 7:30 Daniel Boone (COLOR) 8:30 Star Trek (COLOR) 9:30 Dragnet 1967 10 PM Dean Martin (Kate Smith, Shirley Bassey, Rowan and Martin (pre-"Laugh-In" and Dean's summer replacement in 1966), the Baja Marimba Band) (COLOR) 11 PM News, Weather And Sports (COLOR) 11:30 Tonight Show (Bob Newhart subs for Johnny all week.) (COLOR) WLW-T Ch. 5 Cincinnati (NBC) 6 AM University Of Michigan 6:30 Good Morning (COLOR) 6:55 Five Minutes To Live By (COLOR) 7 AM Today (COLOR) 9 AM Paul Dixon (COLOR) 10:30 Concentration (COLOR) 11 AM Pat Boone (COLOR) 11:30 Hollywood Squares (COLOR) 12 N Ruth Lyons' 50-50 Club (Bob Braun would take over later in the year when Ms. Lyons retired.) (COLOR) 1:30 Let's Make A Deal (COLOR) 1:55 NBC News (Nancy Dickerson, COLOR) 2 PM Days Of Our Lives (COLOR) 2:30 The Doctors (COLOR) 3 PM Another World (COLOR) 3:30 You Don't Say! (COLOR) 4 PM Movie: "Dallas" (not connected to the series, which would not debut for eleven more years) (COLOR) 5:30 News, Weather And Sports (COLOR) 6:30 Huntley-Brinkley Report (COLOR) 7 PM Safari (COLOR) 7:30 Daniel Boone (COLOR) 8:30 Star Trek (COLOR) 9:30 Dragnet 1967 (COLOR) 10 PM Dean Martin (COLOR) 11 PM News, Weather And Sports (COLOR) 11:30 Tonight Show (COLOR) 1 AM The Story (COLOR) WCPO Ch. 9 Cincinnati (CBS) 6:20 Farm News 6:30 Language Is Fun (Russian lessons) 7 AM Local News (COLOR) 7:05 CBS News (Joseph Benti, COLOR) 7:30 Bozo The Clown (COLOR) 8 AM Captain Kangaroo 9 AM Uncle Al 10:30 Beverly Hillbillies 11 AM Andy Griffith 11:30 Dick Van Dyke 12 N Noon Report (COLOR) 12:30 Search For Tomorrow 12:45 Guiding Light 1 PM Girl Talk (author Jo Coudert, actress Toni Gilman, Doris Mahalick (police commissioner of Wallington, NJ)) 1:30 As The World Turns 2 PM Password (guests: Marty Allen and Steve Rossi, COLOR) 2:30 Art Linkletter's House Party (Phyllis Diller, investigator Larry Craig, COLOR) 3 PM To Tell The Truth 3:25 CBS News (Douglas Edwards, COLOR) 3:30 Edge Of Night 4 PM Secret Storm 4:30 Mike Douglas (co-host Sid Caesar; Arthur Godfrey, singer Jennie Smith, rock group the Cavemen) 6 PM News, Weather And Sports (COLOR) 6:30 Woody Woodpecker (COLOR) 7 PM Leave It To Beaver 7:30 Jericho (last show, "Coliseum" takes over the timeslot next week, COLOR) 8:30 My Three Sons (COLOR) 9 PM CBS Movie: "My Geisha" (COLOR) 11 PM News, Weather And Sports (COLOR) 11:30 Movie: "Not As A Stranger" 1:15 Bible Answers (COLOR) 1:45 Local News WHAS Ch. 11 Louisville (CBS) 7:05 Fisbie Funnies 7:35 CBS News (COLOR) 8 AM Captain Kangaroo 9 AM T-Bar-V Ranch 10 AM Candid Camera (a high school band tries to impress a talent scout; patients encounter a lady dentist (Betsy Palmer) on her first day at work) 10:30 Beverly Hillbillies 11 AM Andy Griffith 11:30 Dick Van Dyke 12 N Love Of Life 12:25 CBS News (Joseph Benti, COLOR) 12:30 Search For Tomorrow 12:45 Guiding Light 1 PM News, Weather, Sports 1:30 As The World Turns 2 PM Password (COLOR) 2:30 Art Linkletter's House Party (COLOR) 3 PM To Tell The Truth 3:25 CBS News (COLOR) 3:30 Edge Of Night 4 PM Secret Storm 4:30 Popeye's Cartoon Circus 5:15 Leave It To Beaver 5:45 Small Talk 6 PM News, Weather, Sports 6:30 CBS News (Walter Cronkite, COLOR) 7 PM Arthur Smith 7:30 Jericho (COLOR) 8:30 What's Your Question? 9 PM CBS Movie: "My Geisha" (COLOR) 11 PM News, Weather, Sports 11:30 Movie: "Caged" WKRC Ch. 12 Cincinnati (ABC) 6:30 Word Of Life 7 AM Where The Action Is (the Seeds, Mike Williams, delay from 4:30 PM) 7:30 Skipper Ryle (COLOR) 9 AM Maverick 10 AM Reach For The Stars (pre-empted on Ch. 5, COLOR) 10:25 Local News (COLOR) 10:30 Match Game (Alan Alda, Phyllis Newman, delay from 4 PM and pre-empted on Ch. 5, COLOR) 10:55 Local News (COLOR) 11 AM Supermarket Sweep 11:30 Dating Game 12 N Donna Reed 12:30 Father Knows Best 1 PM Ben Casey 2 PM Newlywed Game 2:30 Matches And Mates (COLOR) 3 PM General Hospital 3:30 The Nurses 4 PM Movie: "The Flame Barrier" 5:30 Superman 6 PM Merv Griffin (Neil Simon, Tom Poston, singer Aliza Kashi, comedian Ronnie Martin, singer Linda Bennett, fitness expert Millicent Linden, "your obedient servant" Arthur Treacher) 7:20 News, Weather And Sports (COLOR) 7:30 Batman (Julie Newmar as the Catwoman; Lesley Gore as one of her gang members sings "California Nights" and "Maybe Now") (COLOR) 8 PM F Troop (Phil Harris as 147-year-old chieftain Flaming Arrow, who plans to starve the troopers as part of his plan to reclaim all the land taken from his people) (COLOR) 8:30 Bewitched (COLOR) 9 PM Love On A Rooftop (COLOR) 9:30 That Girl (COLOR) 10 PM To Save A Soldier (Henry Fonda narrates a documentary on how medical teams risk their lives to save the wounded in Vietnam, pre-empts "ABC Stage 67") (COLOR) 11 PM News, Weather And Sports (COLOR) 11:30 Movie: "The Silent World" (Jacques Cousteau and Louis Malle made this Oscar-winning documentary in 1955) (COLOR) WFPK (WKPC) Ch. 15 Louisville (NET) 8:35 In-school programs 6:45 Nature Of Communism 8 PM What's New 8:30 French Chef 9 PM Experiment (the development of the Mariner IV TV camera that took pictures of the surface of Mars) (COLOR) 9:30 Segovia Master Class sign off 10 PM WLEX Ch. 18 Lexington (NBC/CBS) 7 AM Today (COLOR) 9 AM Homemakers Today (COLOR) 9:30 To Tell The Truth 9:55 Take Five (COLOR) 10 AM Reach For The Stars (COLOR) 10:25 NBC News (COLOR) 10:30 Concentration (COLOR) 11 AM Pat Boone (COLOR) 11:30 Hollywood Squares (COLOR) 12 N Jeopardy! (COLOR) 12:30 Eye Guess (COLOR) 12:55 NBC News (COLOR) 1 PM Secret Storm 1:30 As The World Turns 2 PM Days Of Our Lives (COLOR) 2:30 The Doctors (COLOR) 3 PM Another World (COLOR) 3:30 You Don't Say! (COLOR) 4 PM Match Game (Rita Moreno, George Segal) (COLOR) 4:25 NBC News (Floyd Kalber, COLOR) 4:30 Let's Make A Deal (COLOR) 4:55 Popeye (COLOR) 5 PM Astroboy 5:25 Popeye Theater (COLOR) 5:45 News, Livestock Report And Sports (COLOR) 6:10 News And Weather (COLOR) 6:30 Huntley-Brinkley Report (COLOR) 7 PM Littlest Hobo 7:30 Daniel Boone (COLOR) 8:30 Secret Agent 9:30 Dylan Thomas (Richard Burton reads from the poet's works) 10 PM Dean Martin (COLOR) 11 PM News, Weather And Sports (COLOR) 11:30 Tonight Show (COLOR) WKYT Ch. 27 Lexington (ABC/CBS) 7:15 News, Weather (Bill Sorrell) 7:30 Revue Anthology (Patrick O'Neal as a penniless man who tries to return a purse thrown out of a window just after a woman screamed) 8 AM Captain Kangaroo 9 AM Jack LaLanne 9:30 Dateline 27 10 AM Dating Game 10:30 Beverly Hillbillies 11 AM Supermarket Sweep 11:30 Dick Van Dyke 12 N Donna Reed 12:30 Father Knows Best 1 PM Ben Casey 2 PM Newlywed Game 2:30 Matches And Mates (COLOR) 3 PM General Hospital 3:30 The Nurses 4 PM Mike Douglas (same as Ch. 9) 5 PM Merry Antics 5:30 Tales Of Wells Fargo 6 PM News, Weather, Sports 6:25 WKYT-TV Editorial 6:30 Phyllis Diller (ABC, delay from Fri 9:30 PM) (COLOR) 7 PM Marshal Dillon 7:30 Batman (COLOR) 8 PM F Troop (COLOR) 8:30 Bewitched (COLOR) 9 PM Love On A Rooftop (COLOR) 9:30 That Girl (COLOR) 10 PM To Save A Soldier (COLOR) 11 PM News, Weather, Sports 11:20 Movie: "Customs Agent" WLKY Ch. 32 Louisville (ABC) 8:30 Jack LaLanne (COLOR) 9 AM Merv Griffin (Allan Sherman, Renee Taylor, actor Reni Santoni, comedy writer Pat McCormick, singer Marilyn Maye, "your obedient servant" Arthur Treacher) 10:30 Dark Shadows (delay from 4 PM) 11 AM Supermarket Sweep 11:30 Dating Game 12 N Donna Reed 12:30 Father Knows Best 1 PM Ben Casey 2 PM Newlywed Game 2:30 Dream Girl Of '67 (Dana Wynter, Rod Serling, Brian Kelly, Rick Jason) 2:55 ABC News (Marlene Sanders) 3 PM General Hospital 3:30 The Nurses 4 PM Mike Douglas (same as Ch. 9) 5:30 News, Weather, Sports 6 PM ABC News (Peter Jennings, COLOR) 6:30 Rawhide 7:30 Batman (COLOR) 8 PM F Troop (COLOR) 8:30 Bewitched (COLOR) 9 PM Love On A Rooftop (COLOR) 9:30 That Girl (COLOR) 10 PM To Save A Soldier (COLOR) 11 PM News And Weather 11:20 Movie: "The Magnificent Fraud" Retro: SE Pennsylvania Sat, Jan 21, 1978 from TV Guide-Southeast Pennsylvania edition 2 WMAR-CBS Baltimore 3 KYW-NBC Philadelphia 5 WTTG-Ind Washington 6 WPVI-ABC Philadelphia 8 WGAL-NBC Lancaster 10 WCAU-CBS Philadelphia 11 WBAL-NBC Baltimore 12 WHYY-PBS Wilmington/Philadelphia 13 WJZ-ABC Baltimore 15 WLYH-CBS Lancaster 17 WPHL-Ind Philadelphia 21 WHP-CBS Harrisburg 27 WTPA-ABC Harrisburg 29 WTAF-Ind Philadelphia 33 WITF-PBS Hershey 43 WSBA-CBS York 48 WKBS-Ind Philadelphia Morning 5:00 5 Movie cont'd 10 Joel A. Spivak cont'd (rerun of Fri 9am) 6:00 3 Consultation (looks at animal testing) 6 Farm, Home & Garden 13 Success Without Stress 6:20 10 Agricultural News 6:25 10 Editorial 6:30 3 International Zone (economic development and population planning in France, Romania and the UK) 5 Vegetable Soup 6 Captain Noah 8 Lone Ranger 10 Groupview (Dr. Matti Gershenfeld; discussion of fears and self-image) 11 Learning to Read 13 Villa Alegre 15 Farm, Home & Garden 17 Delaware Valley Forum 7:00 2-10 Skatebirds 3 Carrascolendas 5 Bullwinkle 6 Chief Halftown 8 Max B. Nimble 11 Better Way... 13 Big Blue Marble 15 Ghost Busters 17 700 Club (guest Sal Bando) 21 Topic A 7:30 3 Challenge 5 Underdog 6 Porky Pig & Friends 8 Sunshine Corners 11 Garden Living 13 Bob Turk & the Sunshine Kids 15 Wacko (guests Rip Taylor, and the Sylvers) 21 Flintstones 33 Sesame Street 43 God's News Behind the News 8:00 2 Professor Kool 3-8 CB Bears 5 Porky Pig 6-13-27 Superfriends 10 Marlo & the Magic Movie Machine (looking back at 1954/film of Roger Bannister) 11 At Home in Maryland 15-21-43 Skatebirds 29 For You...Black Woman 8:30 2 Penelope Pitstop 5 Casper 11 Hot Fudge 12-33 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 17 Gerald Derstine Shares 29 Movie "Beginning of the End" (bw) 9:00 2-10-15-21-43 Bugs Bunny/Road Runner 3-8-11 Space Sentinels 5 Flintstones 6-13-27 Scooby's Laff-a-Lympics 12-33 Sesame Street 17 Dr. Thea F. Jones 9:30 3-8-11 Superwitch 5 Jetsons 17 Overseas Mission (guest: Club of Rome founder/prez Aurelio Peccei) 10:00 3-8-11 Bang-Shang Lalapalooza 5 Movie "Tammy Tell Me True" 12 TV Garden Club 17 Life Around Us 29 Movie "Goliath at the Conquest of Damascus" 33 Big Blue Marble 48 Amazing Grace 10:30 2-10-15-21-43 Batman/Tarzan 3-8 Muhammad Ali (animated) 11 Marlo & the Magic Movie Machine 12 Daniel Foster, MD 17 R.J.'s Disco USA 33 Vegetable Soup 48 Wild Wild West 10:45 33 American Scrapbook 11:00 3-8 Thunder 6-13-27 Krofft Supershow 12 Paint Along with Nancy Minsky 17 The Way It Was 33 Zoom 11:30 2 Tom & Jerry 3-8-11 Search & Rescue 10-15-21-43 Space Academy 12 Book Beat 17 WCT-Caesars Palace Challenge Cup tennis: Ken Rosewall v John Alexander 33 Rebop 48 Adventures of the Lone Ranger Afternoon noon 2-10-15-21-43 Secrets of Isis (starting next week, Isis moves to 11:30 followed by Fat Albert at noon) 3-8-11 Baggy Pants & the Nitwits (last airing at noon, moves to 11am February 4th) 5 Movie "Harry in Your Pocket" 6 Perspective 12 French Chef 13-27 ABC Weekend Special "The Escape of a One-Ton Pet" (conclusion) 29 Bowling 33 Once Upon a Classic "What Katy Did" (pt 2) 12:30 2-10-15-21-43 Fat Albert (moves to noon next week, Space Academy moves here) 3-8 Red Hand Gang 6-27 American Bandstand (guests Bill Withers and Samantha Sang) 11 Adam-12 12 Crockett's Victory Garden 13 Blackpoint 17 Movie "Bowery Buckaroos" (bw) 33 Hodgepodge Lodge 1:00 2-10-15-21-43 What's New, Mr. Magoo? 3 What Do You Do? (jobs in the auto industry) 8 Country Music 11 It's Academic 12 Pro Soccer 13 Mata: Means Woman 29 Wrestling 33 Studio See 48 Movie "The Deathmaster" 1:30 2-10-21-43 CBS Children's Film Festival "Miguel" (a young boricua goes fishing in the East River)/"Felipa" (a Mexican-American girl teaches her uncle English so he can pass his driver's test) 3 Movie "Donovan's Brain" (bw) 6 Perspective 8 That (Good Ole) Nashville Music 11 Soul Train (guests Bill Withers and Odyssey) 13 Lawrence Welk (WWII hits) 15 Family Affair 27 Movie "Where Angels Go-Trouble" 33 Elizabeth R "Shadow in the Sun" 2:00 2-15-29-43 ACC Basketball: Maryland-UNC 5 Movie "Impasse" 6 Perspective 8 Lone Ranger 10 Movie "Masterson of Kansas" 12 Evening at Symphony 17 Movie "The Brain Eaters" (bw) 21 Saturday Funnies 2:30 6 Action News Issues & Answers 11 Wagon Train 13 Pop! Goes the Country 2:40 48 Movie "Devil Bat's Daughter" (bw) 3:00 3 Break the Bank 6-13-27 Pro Bowling: Showboat Invitational 8 World of Survival 10-21 Pepsi-Cola Grand Slam of Tennis semis 12 In Pursuit of Liberty (freedom and regimentation on the job) 33 TV Garden Club 3:30 3 Sha Na Na 8 Porter Wagoner 17 Movie "The Killer Shrews" (bw) 33 Crockett's Victory Graden 4:00 2 ACC Basketball: Virginia-Clemson 3-8 College Basketball: Duke-LaSalle 5 Mission: Impossible 11 Wild, Wild World of Animals 12 Nova "Blueprints in the Bloodstream" (how genetic substance HLA triggers the body's immune defenses) 15-21 Pepsi-Cola Grand Slam of Tennis semis (JIP) 29 Three Stooges (bw) 33 Dance for Camera (pt 1) 48 Movie "The Charge of the Light Brigade" (bw) 4:30 6-13-27 ABC Wide World of Sports: Nadia Comaneci performs at MSG/US National Drag Racing Championships/Oriental World of Self-Defense 10-15-21-43 CBS Sports Spectacular: the undisputed world lightweight championship is on the line in Vegas as WBA champ Roberto Duran (60-1) takes on WBC champ Esteban DeJesus (503)/profile of Evonne Goolagong Cawley 11 Wild Kingdom 33 360 5:00 5 Soul Train 11 Bowling 12 Consumer Survival Kit (season premiere, 4th season) 17 Wrestling 29 Movie "We're Not Married" (bw) 33 I, Claudius (pt 11) 5:30 12 The Maze: Story of William Kurelek Evening 6:00 2 Hee Haw (guests Johnny Bench, Tommy Lasorda, Jeannie C. Riley, and DJ Dave Peterson) 3-8-10-11-21 News 5 My Three Sons 6-13-27 Bing Crosby Pro-Am golf 12 Shepherd's Pie 15 Pop! Goes the Country (guests Bob Luman, the Kendalls, and Dickie Lee) 17 Space: 1999 33 Studio See 43 30 Minutes 6:30 3-8-11 NBC Nightly News 5 Family Affair 10-21 CBS Evening News 12 Harpsichord Maker (profile of harpsichord builder Peter Redstone) 15-43 Match Game PM 33 Que Pasa, USA? 48 Star Trek 7:00 2-6-13 News 3-27 Lawrence Welk (WWII hits) 5 Andy Griffith 8 Public Affairs 10 New Newlywed Game 11 Bowling 12-33 Black Perspective on the News 15-43 Hee Haw (same as ch 2 at 6) 17 Movie "Colossus: The Forbin Project" 21 Sha Na Na 29 Saturday Night with the Geator 7:30 2 That's Hollywood! 5 Movie "Bells are Ringing" 6 Assignment 8 Public Affairs 10-21 Tattletales 11 Hollywood Squares 12-33 Lowell Thomas Remembers (Lindbergh's non-stop flight from NYC to Paris) 13 Metro 29 NHL Pre-Game 48 Science-Fiction Awards (William Shatner and Karen Black co-host the 5th annual awards of the Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy and Horror Films, taped the previous Saturday in LA) 8:00 2-10-15-21-43 Bob Newhart 3-8-11 Bionic Woman 6-13-27 What's Happening!! (new day/time) 12 Eric Hoffer: The Crowded Life (look at Mr. Hoffer, a longshoreman/philospher) 29 NHL: the Broad Street Bullies head up I-95 to Long Island to take on the Islanders (commentators Gene Hart and Bobby Taylor) 33 Extremists: American Nazis & the KKK (debating the ethics of publicizing racists' goals and activities, including clips from a Black Perspective on the News episode that featured Klan and American Nazi Party leaders) 8:30 2-10-15-21-43 Annie Flynn (pilot) 6-13-27 Operation Petticoat 9:00 2-10-15-21-43 Jeffersons 3-8-11 Movie "Standing Tall" 6-13-27 Love Boat (2 hrs, new time; Fantasy Island premieres at 10 next week) 17 Movie "Santa Fe Trail" (bw) 33 Two Ronnies 48 Miss American Teen-Ager Pageant (the 18th annual, taped October 15th in Miami Beach with co-hosts Leslie Uggams and Paul Williams, who also perform) 9:30 2-10-15-21-43 Tony Randall (moves to 8:30 next week with Maude moving in at 9:30) 12 Symbiosis 33 Shepherd's Pie (Jean Shepherd explores burger joints) 10:00 2-10-15-21-43 Kojak 5 News 12 Movie "Colonel Blimp" 33 Soundstage (the series kicks off its 4th season with guests Kenny Loggins, Jesse Winchester, and Michael Murphey) 10:30 5 Black Reflections 48 Honeymooners (bw) 11:00 2-3-6-8-10-11-13-21 News 5 Odd Couple 15-43 That's Hollywood! 17 That Good Ole Nashville Music (guests George Jones, Tammy Wynette, John Hartford, and Johnny Gimble) 27 ABC News 29 Ernest Angley Hour 33 Movie "She Done Him Wrong" (bw) 48 Second City TV 11:15 27 Movie "Mr. Winkle Goes to Jail" (bw) 11:30 2 Movie "The Long Ships" 3-8-11 Saturday Night (host Steve Martin/music by Nitty Gritty Dirt Band) 5 Movie "They Call Me MISTER Tibbs!" 6 Movie "The Bridge on the River Kwai" (famously spoofed by Wayne & Shuster as...wait for it...Kwai Me a River Cheesy) 10 Movie "Rosemary's Baby" 13 Movie "King Rat" (bw) 15-43 TBA 17 Movie "Beast of Morocco" 21 Night Bird (pilot for a possible syndied music show, guests Peter Frampton and Kiss) 48 Movie "Charlie Chan in Honolulu" (bw) Late Night midnight 29 700 Club (from Hollywood with guests Dean Jones, James Hampton, and Tom Lester) 12:30 21 Wrestling 1:00 3 Soul Train (guests the Sylvers, and Lawrence-Hilton Jacobs) 8 News 11 FBI 17 700 Club (repeat of the morning edition; you read that right, Pat Robertson aired on both 17 and 29 in Philly) 1:30 5 Movie "Dakota" (bw) 2:00 10 Name of the Game 2:05 13 News 2:15 13 ABC News 2:30 6 ABC News 13 For the Moment "Is Religion Dying?" 17 Delaware Valley Forum 3:00 5 Movie "The Heavenly Body" (bw) 13 Movie "Bunker Bean" (bw) 3:35 10 Give Us This Day 3:40 10 Movie "For the First Time" Retro: Carolina-Tennessee Monday, January 1, 1968 From TV Guide, Carolina-Tennessee Edition: WSJK (WETP) Ch. 2 Knoxville (Sneedville, TN) (NET) off air today; programming resumes tomorrow WBTV Ch. 3 Charlotte (CBS) 6 AM Aspect (farm show) 6:30 Almanac (Gil Stamper) 6:40 Gospel Roundup 6:55 News 7 AM Carolina Calling (Arthur Smith) 7:45 News, Weather 8 AM Captain Kangaroo 9 AM (Fred) Kirby's Corral 9:05 Love Of Life (delay from 12 N) 9:30 The Song Is You (1968 salute to the March of Dimes, with Tony Curtis, Trini Lopez, Michele Lee, Kathy Garver ("Family Affair") and Linda Kaye Henning ("Petticoat Junction"), the Doodletown Pipers, songwriters Jimmy McHugh, Johnny Mercer, and David Rose, pre-empts Merv Griffin) 10 AM Tournament Of Roses Parade Preview (Mike Douglas and Bess Myerson look at the preparations for the parade.) 10:30 Cotton Bowl Parade (Jack Linkletter and former Miss America Marilyn Van Derbur report from Dallas.) 11:30 Tournament Of Roses Parade (Mike Douglas and Bess Myerson report from Pasadena.) 1:45 Cotton Bowl: Alabama-Texas A&M (A&M won, 20-16) 5 PM Mike Douglas (co-host Shelley Berman; Aretha Franklin, actress Joyce Jillson, White House correspondent Sid Davis--Ch. 3 normally carried the show from 4:30-6, but today it's only an hour, time approximate) 6 PM News, Weather, Sports 6:25 Editorial 6:30 CBS News (Walter Cronkite) 7 PM Movie: "The Prisoner Of Zenda" 9 PM Andy Griffith 9:30 Family Affair 10 PM Carol Burnett (Lynn Redgrave, Mike Douglas) 11 PM News, Weather, Sports 11:25 Editorial 11:30 Joey Bishop (singer Gilbert Price, comic-musician Pete Barbutti, ABC, pre-empted on Ch. 18) WFBC (WYFF) Ch. 4 Greenville, SC (NBC) 6:30 Film Feature 7 AM Today (preview of 1968: Barbara Walters on fashions, Judith Crist on trends in movies and theater, Joe Garagiola on sports, Pauline Frederick on the UN) 9 AM Today In The Piedmont 9:30 Romper Room 10 AM Snap Judgment (Henry Morgan, Pat Carroll) 10:25 NBC News (Nancy Dickerson) 10:30 Orange Bowl Parade (rerun of Saturday night's telecast from Miami, with Raymond Burr and Anita Bryant as hosts) 11:30 Tournament Of Roses Parade (Lorne Greene and Betty White host NBC's coverage) 1:45 Sugar Bowl: Wyoming-LSU (LSU won, 20-13) 4:45 Rose Bowl: USC-Indiana (time approximate, USC won, 14-3) 7:45 Orange Bowl: Tennessee-Oklahoma (time approximate, Oklahoma won, 26-24) 11 PM News, Weather, Sports (time approximate) 11:30 Tonight Show WCYB Ch. 5 Bristol, VA (NBC/ABC) 6:55 Devotions 7 AM Today 9 AM Open House 9:30 General Hospital (ABC, delay from 3 PM) 10 AM Snap Judgment 10:25 NBC News 10:30 Orange Bowl Parade 11:30 Tournament Of Roses Parade 1:45 Sugar Bowl 4:45 Rose Bowl (time approximate) 7:45 Orange Bowl (time approximate) 11 PM News, Weather, Sports (time approximate) 11:25 Editorial 11:30 Tonight Show WATE Ch. 6 Knoxville (NBC) 6 AM Harry Whittington 7 AM Today 9 AM Match Game (delayed from 4 PM) 9:25 Today In Tennessee 9:30 Homemakers (Mary Starr) 10 AM Snap Judgment 10:25 NBC News 10:30 Orange Bowl Parade 11:30 Tournament Of Roses Parade 1:45 Sugar Bowl 4:45 Rose Bowl (time approximate) 7:45 Orange Bowl (time approximate) 11 PM News, Weather, Sports (time approximate) 11:30 Tonight Show WSPA Ch. 7 Spartanburg, SC (CBS) 6:10 Agriculture U.S.A. 6:25 Big Picture 6:55 Devotions 7 AM TV Party Line 8 AM Captain Kangaroo 9 AM Donna Reed (ABC, pre-empted on Ch. 13, delay from 10:30 AM) 9:30 Nancy Welch 10 AM Rose Parade Preview 10:30 Cotton Bowl Parade 11:30 Tournament Of Roses Parade 1:45 Cotton Bowl 4:30 Movie: "It's A Great Life" (Blondie and Dagwood--Dagwood wants to buy a house but ends up with a horse, from '43, time approximate) 6 PM News, Weather, Sports 6:30 CBS News 7 PM McHale's Navy 7:30 Gunsmoke 8:30 The Lucy Show (Lucy's laid up with a broken leg, and Vivian Vance drops by, sparking a flashback episode.) 9 PM Andy Griffith 9:30 Family Affair 10 PM Carol Burnett 11 PM News, Weather, Sports 11:30 Movie: "Operation Eichmann" (Werner Klemperer stars in this '61 docudrama about how the Israelis captured Adolph Eichmann.) WSOC Ch. 9 Charlotte (NBC) 6:45 On The House 7 AM Today 9 AM Today In The Carolinas 9:30 Girl Talk (guests: Natalie Scafer and opera singer Marie) 10 AM Snap Judgment 10:25 NBC News 10:30 Orange Bowl Parade 11:30 Tournament Of Roses Parade 1:45 Sugar Bowl 4:45 Rose Bowl (time approximate) 7:45 Orange Bowl (time approximate) 11 PM News, Weather, Sports (time approximate) 11:30 Tonight Show WBIR Ch. 10 Knoxville (CBS) 6:30 Farm And Home 7:30 CBS News (Joseph Benti) 7:55 News 8 AM Captain Kangaroo 9 AM Merv Griffin 10 AM Rose Parade Preview (pre-empts "Divorce Court") 10:30 Cotton Bowl Parade 11:30 Tournament Of Roses Parade 1:45 Cotton Bowl 4:30 Movie: "Oklahoma Territory" (time approximate) 6 PM News, Weather, Sports 6:30 CBS News 7 PM Movie: "Dallas" (from '50, no relation to the series) 8:30 The Lucy Show 9 PM Andy Griffith 9:30 Family Affair 10 PM Carol Burnett 11 PM News, Weather, Sports 11:30 Movie: "Woman In White" (a young woman in white paces a country estate owned by an heiress, trying to convince her of impending danger, from '48 but, AFAIK, nothing to do with the radio soap of the same name) WJHL Ch. 11 Johnson City, TN (CBS/ABC) 6:15 News, Devotions 6:30 First Call 7:30 CBS News 7:55 News 8 AM Captain Kangaroo 9 AM New Casper Cartoon Show (ABC, delay from Sat 9 AM) 9:30 No Time For Sergeants 10 AM Rose Parade Preview 10:30 Cotton Bowl Parade 11:30 Tournament Of Roses Parade 1:45 Cotton Bowl 4:45 Great Moments In Music (time approximate) 5 PM Mike Douglas (Gov. and Mrs. George Romney of Michigan, George Segal, jazz harpist Dorothy Ashby, time approximate, like Ch. 3, Ch. 11 normally carried the full 90 minutes, 4:30-6) 6 PM News, Weather, Sports (still in black and white) 6:30 CBS News 7 PM Perfect Match (Dick Enberg hosts this "Dating Game" wannabe, with the couples matched by computer.) 7:30 Gunsmoke 8:30 The Lucy Show 9 PM Andy Griffith 9:30 Family Affair 10 PM Carol Burnett 11 PM News, Weather, Sports 11:30 Joey Bishop WLOS Ch. 13 Asheville, NC (ABC) 6:30 Mr. Bill's Cartoons 6:55 News 7 AM Mr. Bill's Cartoons continues 9 AM Dating Game (delay from 4 PM) 9:30 Movie: "Adventures Of Tom Sawyer" 11 AM Temptation 11:25 ABC News (Marlene Sanders, new time) 11:30 How's Your Mother-In-Law? (defending the mothersin-law: Richard Dawson, Richard Deacon, Harvey Lembeck) 12 N Bewitched (daytime reruns start today and will air on ABC until 1973) 12:30 Divorce Court (pre-empts "Treasure Isle") 1 PM The Fugitive 2 PM Newlywed Game 2:30 The Baby Game (debut: host Richard Hayes asks couples to predict how children will react in pre-filmed situations) 2:55 Children's Doctor (new time and a perfect pairing) 3 PM General Hospital 3:30 Dennis The Menace (pre-empts "Dark Shadows") 4 PM Mike Douglas (same as Ch. 3) 5:30 ABC News (Bob Young) 6 PM News, Weather, Sports (and Arthur Whiteside's editorial) 6:30 Truth Or Consequences 7 PM Password (the 1965-67 color episodes, the popularity of which, in reruns, prompted ABC to revive the show in 1971) 7:30 Cowboy In Africa 8:30 Rat Patrol 9 PM Felony Squad 9:30 Peyton Place 10 PM Big Valley 11 PM News, Weather, Sports 11:25 Editorial 11:30 Joey Bishop WCCB Ch. 18 Charlotte (ABC) 8:45 Cartoons 9 AM Romper Room 10 AM Jack LaLanne 10:30 Donna Reed 11 AM Temptation 11:25 ABC News 11:30 How's Your Mother-In-Law? 12 N Bewitched 12:30 Treasure Isle 1 PM The Fugitive 2 PM Newlywed Game 2:30 The Baby Game 2:55 Children's Doctor 3 PM General Hospital 3:30 Dark Shadows 4 PM Dating Game 4:30 Movie: "The Invisible Dr. Mabuse" 6:30 ABC News 7 PM Mister Ed 7:30 Cowboy In Africa 8:30 Rat Patrol 9 PM Felony Squad 9:30 Peyton Place 10 PM Big Valley 11 PM Movie: "The Knight Of 100 Faces" WTVK Ch. 26 (WVLT Ch. 8) Knoxville (ABC) 8:30 Jack LaLanne 9 AM Movie: "FX 18 Secret Agent--U.S.A." 10:30 Donna Reed 11 AM Temptation 11:25 ABC News 11:30 How's Your Mother-In-Law? 12 N Bewitched 12:30 Treasure Isle 1 PM The Fugitive 2 PM Newlywed Game 2:30 The Baby Game 2:55 Children's Doctor 3 PM General Hospital 3:30 Dark Shadows 4 PM Dating Game 4:30 Mickey Mouse Club 5 PM Disc-O-Teen 6 PM ABC News 6:30 Cathy Hill (country music) 7 PM Gilligan's Island 7:30 Cowboy In Africa 8:30 Rat Patrol 9 PM Felony Squad 9:30 Peyton Place 10 PM Big Valley 11 PM Westerners 11:30 Joey Bishop WNTV Ch. 29 Greenville, SC (NET) 5:45 Friendly Giant 6 PM B'wana Don In Jungle-La 6:30 June Bugg 7 PM What's New 7:30 Let's Take Pictures 8 PM An Eye On The Arts 8:30 At Home 9 PM Casals Master Class (see the Dec. 30 listing for details) 9:30 Experiment (the Mariner IV TV camera that explored the surface of Mars) 10 PM NET Journal (Australian-produced documentary about Thailand) sign off 11 PM WAIM (WMYA) Ch. 40 Anderson, SC (ABC/CBS) 8 AM Captain Kangaroo 9 AM Dating Game 9:30 How's Your Mother-In-Law? (Jack Carter, Milt Kamen, and Nipsey Russell defend the mothers-in-law.) 10 AM Rose Parade Preview 10:30 Cotton Bowl Parade 11:30 Tournament Of Roses Parade 1:45 Cotton Bowl 4:45 TBA 5 PM Temptation 5:25 Local News 5:30 ABC News 6 PM June Bugg 6:30 CBS News 7 PM Lassie (CBS, delay from Sun 7 PM) 7:30 Cowboy In Africa 8:30 Rat Patrol 9 PM Felony Squad 9:30 Family Affair 10 PM Big Valley sign off 11 PM Normal CBS and NBC daytime programming (10 AM-4:30 PM) CBS (3, 7, 10, 11, 40) 10 AM Candid Camera (7, 11, 40) 10:30 Beverly Hillbillies 11 AM Andy Griffith 11:30 Dick Van Dyke (7, 10, 11, 40; Ch. 3 carries "Secret Storm") 12 N Love Of Life (7, 10, 11; 3 carries news, 40 carries "Bewitched" and the rest of the ABC lineup until 4 PM, when it carries "Secret Storm") 12:25 CBS News (10, 11; 3 carries Pat Lee, 7 carries local news) 12:30 Search For Tomorrow 12:45 Guiding Light 1 PM (Local) (3 carries Betty Feezor, 7 carries "The Millionaire," 10 carries "Girl Talk," 11 carries news, weather and Kathryn Willis' women's show) 1:30 As The World Turns 2 PM Love Is A Many Splendored Thing 2:30 Art Linkletter's House Party 3 PM To Tell The Truth 3:25 CBS News (3, 10, 11; 7 carries local news) 3:30 Edge Of Night 4 PM Secret Storm (7, 10, 11, 40; 3 carries "Superman") NBC (4, 5, 6, 9) 10 AM Snap Judgment 10:25 NBC News 10:30 Concentration 11 AM Personality 11:30 Hollywood Squares 12 N Jeopardy! 12:30 Eye Guess 12:55 NBC News (4, 6, 9; 5 carries local news) 1 PM (Local--4 carries "Match Game" on delay, 5 carries "Divorce Court," 6 carries "Dr. Kildare," 9 carries "Midday" with Jimmy Kilgo; 4 has local news at 1:25) 1:30 Let's Make A Deal (4, 5, 9) 2 PM Days Of Our Lives 2:30 The Doctors 3 PM Another World 3:30 You Don't Say! (4, 5, 6; 9 has "Clown Carnival" with Brooks Lindsay) 4 PM Match Game (5 only; 4 has "Monty's Rascals," 6 has Popeye cartoons, "Clown Carnival" continues on 9) 4:30-6 PM 4 Merv Griffin 5 Looney Tunes (4:30-5)/Rawhide (5-6) 6 Mike Douglas 9 Movie That same year in the early part of 1968, channel 13 started to clear Dark Shadows on April 1, 1968 (the same episode where Victoria Winters returns from 1795 to 1968) Just days before MLK was gunned down in Memphis. Speaking of Memphis, then ABC station WHBQ didn't clear DS also until later in the run. Ch. 13 also moved "Dating Game" to its in-pattern time of 4 PM (2:30 beginning July 15). And when Dick Cavett replaced Donna Reed reruns, Ch. 7 picked up "Treasure Isle" (pre-empted for Mike Douglas on 13 at 12:30) and aired it at 9 AM. Ch. 13 began airing ABC's 12:30 show on Dec. 30, 1968; that was "Funny You Should Ask," which replaced "Treasure Isle." It also began airing "Dream House" at 1 PM (it had carried the primetime version in summer '68) and "Let's Make A Deal" at 1:30. Retro: Kentucky Thursday, January 18, 1968 From TV Guide, Kentucky Edition: WAVE Ch. 3 Louisville (NBC) 6:45 Today On The Farm 7 AM Today (Mitch Miller, an antiques show in New York) 9 AM Morning Show 9:55 News (Bob Kay) 10 AM Snap Judgment (Betty White, actor Charles Robinson) 10:25 NBC News (Sander Vanocur) 10:30 Concentration 11 AM Personality (Joanna Barnes, Pat Carroll, George Kirby; on film: Alan King) 11:30 Hollywood Squares (Steve Allen, Morey Amsterdam, Frankie Avalon, Judy Carne, Wally Cox, Buddy Hackett, Rose Marie, Jayne Meadows, Charley Weaver) 12 N Jeopardy! 12:30 Eye Guess 12:55 NBC News (Edwin Newman) 1 PM Dr. Kildare (w/"Dialing For Dollars") 2 PM Days Of Our Lives 2:30 The Doctors 3 PM Another World 3:30 You Don't Say! (Gary Collins and his wife Mary Ann Mobley) 4 PM Movie: "Have Rocket, Will Travel" (The Three Stooges: Moe, Larry, and Curly Joe, from '59) 5:30 Flintstones 6 PM News, Weather And Sports 6:30 Huntley-Brinkley Report 7 PM Death Valley Days 7:30 Daniel Boone (guest: Jimmy Dean) 8:30 Bob Hope (films of his Christmas trip to Vietnam and Thailand, with Raquel Welch, Barbara McNair, singers Elaine Dunn and Phil Crosby, Les Band and His Band of Renown, Miss World Madeleine Hartog Bel of Peru, pre-empts "Ironside" and "Dragnet") 10 PM Dean Martin (George Burns, Eddie Albert, Florence Henderson, singer Janie Gee) 11 PM News, Weather And Sports 11:30 Tonight Show (the Koehler Brothers, trampoline artists--I have a feeling Johnny took a turn on the trampoline) WLW-T Ch. 5 Cincinnati (NBC) 6:15 Moment Of Meditation 6:20 Good Morning 6:30 University Of Michigan 7 AM Today 9 AM Paul Dixon 10:30 Concentration 11 AM Personality 11:30 Hollywood Squares 12 N Bob Braun's 50-50 Club 1:30 Let's Make A Deal 2 PM Days Of Our Lives 2:30 The Doctors 3 PM Another World 3:30 You Don't Say! 4 PM Afternoon Show 5:30 News, Weather And Sports 6:30 Huntley-Brinkley Report 7 PM I Love Lucy 7:30 Daniel Boone 8:30 Bob Hope 10 PM Dean Martin 11 PM News, Weather And Sports 11:30 Tonight Show WCPO Ch. 9 Cincinnati (CBS) 6:20 Farm News 6:30 Young World 7 AM Local News 7:05 CBS News (Joseph Benti) 7:30 Kid's Stuff 8 AM Captain Kangaroo 9 AM Uncle Al 10:30 Beverly Hillbillies 11 AM Andy Griffith 11:30 Dick Van Dyke (guest: Paul Winchell) 12 N Noon Report 12:30 Search For Tomorrow 12:45 Guiding Light 1 PM Girl Talk (Totie Fields, soprano Marguerite Piazza) 1:30 As The World Turns 2 PM Love Is A Many Splendored Thing 2:30 Art Linkletter's House Party (Art rewards two missing heirs.) 3 PM To Tell The Truth 3:25 CBS News (Douglas Edwards) 3:30 Edge Of Night 4 PM Mike Douglas (co-host Paul Lynde; Tessie O'Shea, singer Corky Hale, child psychologist Haim Ginott, physical-fitness expert Debbie Drake) 5:30 Truth Or Consequences 6 PM News, Weather And Sports 6:30 Leave It To Beaver 7 PM McHale's Navy 7:30 Cimarron Strip (guest: Tuesday Weld) 9 PM CBS Movie: "Torpedo Run" 11 PM News, Weather And Sports 11:30 Pat Boone (Phil Harris, Richard Pryor, Irwin Corey, singer Helen Grayco (once married to Spike Jones)) 1 AM Bible Answers 1:30 Local News WHAS Ch. 11 Louisville (CBS) 6:40 Howdy, Neighbors (Ch. 11 is the only commercial station in this edition still unable to broadcast local shows in color.) 7:05 Fisbie Funnies 7:35 CBS News 8 AM Captain Kangaroo 9 AM T-Bar-V Ranch 10 AM Candid Camera (films of former president Harry Truman on his morning walk, and the reactions of people who spot him) 10:30 Beverly Hillbillies 11 AM Andy Griffith 11:30 Dick Van Dyke 12 N Love Of Life 12:25 CBS News (Joseph Benti) 12:30 Search For Tomorrow 12:45 Guiding Light 1 PM Focus 1:30 As The World Turns 2 PM Love Is A Many Splendored Thing 2:30 Art Linkletter's House Party 3 PM To Tell The Truth 3:25 CBS News 3:30 Edge Of Night 4 PM Secret Storm 4:30 Popeye's Cartoon Circus 5 PM Truth Or Consequences 5:30 News, Weather, Sports 6:30 CBS News 7 PM Good Morning World (delay from Tue 9:30 PM) 7:30 Cimarron Strip 9 PM CBS Movie: "Torpedo Run" 11 PM News, Weather, Sports 11:30 Movie: "Alice Adams" WKRC Ch. 12 Cincinnati (ABC) 7 AM Across The Fence 7:30 Movie: "Angels In Disguise" (the Bowery Boys) 8:30 Jack LaLanne 9 AM Treasure Isle (delay from 12:30 PM) 9:30 The Fugitive (delay from 1 PM) 10:30 Donna Reed 11 AM Temptation 11:25 ABC News (Marlene Sanders) 11:30 How's Your Mother-In-Law? (comics defending mothersin-law: Sandy Baron, Larry Hovis, Louis Nye) 12 N Skipper Ryle 1 PM Newlywed Game (delay from 2 PM) 1:30 Woody Woodbury (actress Jeanne Arnold, comics Curtis and Tracy, 11-year-old singer Lisa Miller, Hawaiian singers the Surfers) 3 PM General Hospital 3:30 Dark Shadows 4 PM Cheyenne 5 PM Perry Mason 6 PM Merv Griffin (Henry Morgan, Mitch Miller, Liza Minnelli, Ted Mack, Rodney Dangerfield, sound-effects expert Wes Harrison, and "your obedient servant" Arthur Treacher) 7:20 News, Weather And Sports 7:30 Batman (Barbara Rush as Nora Clavicle) 8 PM Flying Nun 8:30 Bewitched (Elizabeth Montgomery as both Samantha and Serena) 9 PM That Girl 9:30 Peyton Place 10 PM All-Star Bingo (game with supermarket tie-in, hosted by the "other" Michael Jackson, the KABC radio talk-show host) 10:30 Matches And Mates (Art James hosts this show, taped partially in Cleveland and partially in Atlanta) 11 PM News, Weather And Sports 11:30 Joey Bishop (Miriam Makeba, Bobby Vee) 1 AM Film Short WFPK (WKPC) Ch. 15 Louisville (NET) 8:35 In-school programs 2:30 off the air 7 PM Open Season (something about schools) 7:30 Linguistics: English 8 PM What's New 8:30 French Chef 9 PM Smart Sewing 9:30 Creative Person (Sir Tyrone Guthrie) sign off 10 PM WLEX Ch. 18 Lexington (NBC/CBS) 7 AM Today 9 AM Homemakers Today 9:25 Take Five 9:30 Treasure Isle (yes, an ABC show on Ch. 18) 10 AM Snap Judgment 10:25 NBC News 10:30 Concentration 11 AM Personality 11:30 Hollywood Squares 12 N Jeopardy! 12:30 Eye Guess 12:55 NBC News 1 PM The Fugitive (another ABC show and in-pattern) 2 PM Days Of Our Lives 2:30 The Doctors 3 PM Another World 3:30 You Don't Say! 4 PM Match Game (Lauren Bacall, Ed McMahon) 4:25 NBC News (Floyd Kalber) 4:30 Let's Make A Deal 5 PM Cisco Kid 5:30 Popeye/Felix 5:45 News And Livestock Report 6 PM News, Weather And Sports 6:30 Huntley-Brinkley Report 7 PM Buck Owens 7:30 Daniel Boone 8:30 Bob Hope (Ch. 18 pre-empts "Greatest Show On Earth" from 8:30-9:30, and "Dragnet" from 9:30-10) 10 PM Dean Martin 11 PM News, Weather And Sports 11:30 Tonight Show WKYT Ch. 27 Lexington (ABC/CBS) 6:30 TV Party Line 7:30 CBS News 7:55 News And Weather 8 AM Captain Kangaroo 9 AM Town Talk 9:30 Newlywed Game 10 AM Dating Game (delay from 4 PM, not listed in color) 10:30 Bewitched (says it's the same show airing on Ch. 32 at noon) 11 AM Andy Griffith 11:30 Dick Van Dyke 12 N Love Of Life 12:25 News And Weather 12:30 Search For Tomorrow 12:45 Guiding Light 1 PM Secret Storm 1:30 As The World Turns 2 PM Love Is A Many Splendored Thing 2:30 Art Linkletter's House Party 3 PM General Hospital 3:30 Edge Of Night 4 PM Mike Douglas (same as Ch. 9) 5 PM Merry Antics 5:30 Have Gun, Will Travel 6 PM News, Weather And Sports 6:30 CBS News 7 PM McHale's Navy 7:30 Cimarron Strip 9 PM CBS Movie: "Torpedo Run" 11 PM News, Weather And Sports 11:30 Movie: "The Mob" WLKY Ch. 32 Louisville (ABC) 8 AM Fireball XL-5 8:30 Romper Room 9 AM Merv Griffin (Peggy Cass, Dayton Allen, comic Bobby Ramsen, singer Robin Wilson, actress Ultra Violet, Weight Watchers founder Jean Nidetch, "your obedient servant" Arthur Treacher) 10:30 Donna Reed 11 AM Temptation 11:25 ABC News 11:30 How's Your Mother-In-Law? 12 N Bewitched 12:30 Treasure Isle 1 PM The Fugitive 2 PM Newlywed Game 2:30 Baby Game 2:55 Children's Doctor 3 PM General Hospital 3:30 Mike Douglas (same as Ch. 9) 5 PM News, Weather And Sports 5:30 ABC News (Bob Young) 6 PM Movie: "Secret File--Hollywood" 7:30 Batman 8 PM Flying Nun 8:30 Bewitched 9 PM That Girl 9:30 Peyton Place 10 PM Hurdy Gurdy 10:30 TBA 11 PM News, Weather And Sports 11:30 Joey Bishop WLW-T Ch. 5 Cincinnati (NBC) 4 PM Afternoon Show WHAS Ch. 11 Louisville (CBS) 6:40 Howdy, Neighbors (Ch. 11 is the only commercial station in this edition still unable to broadcast local shows in color.) bp, it's time for me to strike again. Any idea who hosted the WLWT Afternoon Show? Something makes me think it was some sort of female standards singer, but I sure don't know. It was, I'm sure, one of the Crosley/AVCO shows carried on all that company's stations in the Ohio Valley (Cincy, Dayton, Columbus, and Indy), like Paul Dixon and Bob Braun. Boy, that is "sho-nuff" strange that WHAS, owned by a family with as deep pockets as the Binghams had in those days, was still doing local B&W as late as '68. By then, the broadcasting properties were a triopoly, with an FM classical music outlet, and the AM the most-listened radio station in the state of Kentucky. With The Courier-Journal, they had to be raking in the dough from ad revenues, so that's one of the great mysteries of American broadcasting from this era. WHAS had to be one of the largest-market stations still without color at the time. RETRO: PITTSBURGH - 3/01/1999 Monday, March 1, 1999 KDKA-TV CBS2 05:00AM Morning News 05:30AM News 06:00AM News 07:00AM News 08:00AM This Morning 09:00AM Sally Jessy Raphael 10:00AM People's Court 11:00AM The Price is Right 12:00PM News 12:30PM Young & the Restless 01:30PM Bold & the Beautiful 02:00PM As the World Turns 03:00PM Guiding Light 04:00PM Rosie O'Donnell 05:00PM News 06:00PM News 07:00PM CBS News 07:30PM Hollywood Squares 08:00PM Cosby 08:30PM The King of Queens 09:00PM Everybody Loves Raymond 09:30PM Becker 10:00PM L.A. Doctors 11:00PM News 11:35PM Late Show with David Letterman 12:35AM Late Late Show with Tom Snyder 01:35AM EXTRA 02:05AM Grace Under Fire 02:35AM Paid Programming 03:05AM Paid Programming 03:35AM Up to the Minute WTAE-TV ABC4 05:00AM News 06:00AM News 07:00AM Good Morning America 09:00AM Regis & Kathie Lee 10:00AM Maury 11:00AM Roseanne Show 12:00PM News 12:30PM Martha Stewart Living 01:00PM All My Children 02:00PM One Life to Live 03:00PM General Hospital 04:00PM Oprah Winfrey 05:00PM News 06:00PM News 06:30PM ABC News 07:00PM Inside Edition 07:30PM Entertainment Tonight 08:00PM MOVIE: Tin Cup 11:00PM News 11:35PM Nightline 12:05AM Politically Incorrect 12:35AM Access Hollywood 01:05AM The View 02:05AM ABC World News Now WPXI-TV NBC11 05:00AM News 06:00AM News 07:00AM Today 09:00AM Montel Williams 10:00AM Jenny Jones 11:00AM Leeza 12:00PM News 12:30PM Real TV 01:00PM Sunset Beach 02:00PM Another World 03:00PM Days of Our Lives 04:00PM Judge Judy 04:30PM Hard Copy 05:00PM News 06:00PM News 06:30PM NBC News 07:00PM Jeopardy! 07:30PM Wheel of Fortune 08:00PM Suddenly Susan 08:30PM Mad About You 09:00PM Dateline NBC 11:00PM News 11:35PM The Tonight Show with Jay Leno 12:35AM Late Night with Conan O'Brien 01:35AM Later 02:05AM Jenny Jones 03:05AM Howie Mandel 04:05AM The Tonight Show with Jay Leno WNPA-TV UPN19 05:00AM Paid Programming 05:30AM Paid Programming 06:00AM First Business 06:30AM This Morning's Business 07:00AM Bullwinkle 07:30AM DuckTales 08:00AM Paid Programming 08:30AM Paid Programming 09:00AM Joyce Meyer 09:30AM James Robison 10:00AM Benny Hinn 10:30AM Prophecy 11:00AM Paid Programming 11:30AM Paid Programming 12:00PM Paid Programming 12:30PM Paid Programming 01:00PM Paid Programming 01:30PM Lighter Side 02:00PM Newlywed Game 02:30PM Dating Game 03:00PM Mighty Max 03:30PM Jumanji 04:00PM Mummies Alive! 04:30PM Pocket Dragon Adventures 05:00PM Donny & Marie 06:00PM NewsRadio 06:30PM Change of Heart 07:00PM Judge Joe Brown 07:30PM Judge Joe Brown 08:00PM Dilbert 08:30PM DiResta 09:00PM The Sentinel 10:00PM NewsRadio 10:30PM The Cosby Show 11:00PM Change of Heart 11:30PM Love Connection 12:00AM Newlywed Game 12:30AM Dating Game 01:00AM Sports Collectibles (JIP) 03:00AM Knife Collectors Show WCWB-TV WB22 06:00AM Tiny Toon Adventures 06:30AM Animaniacs 07:00AM Doug 07:30AM Hercules 08:00AM RoboCop: Alpha Commando 08:30AM The Real Adventures of Jonny Quest 09:00AM Paid Programming 09:30AM Paid Programming 10:00AM Paid Programming 10:30AM Paid Programming 11:00AM Living Single 11:30AM Charles in Charge 12:00PM Mama's Family 12:30PM Boy Meets World 01:00PM Sister, Sister 01:30PM LAPD: Life on the Beat 02:00PM Cops 02:30PM Cops 03:00PM Pinky and the Brain 03:30PM Histeria! 04:00PM The New Superman/Batman Adventures 04:30PM The New Superman/Batman Adventures 05:00PM Jerry Springer 06:00PM Friends 06:30PM The Simpsons 07:00PM Friends 07:30PM The Simpsons 08:00PM 7th Heaven 09:00PM Hyperion Bay 10:00PM Star Trek: The Next Generation 11:00PM Mad About You 11:30PM The Nanny 12:00AM Hercules: The Legendary Journeys 01:00AM Paid Programming 01:30AM Paid Programming 02:00AM Absolute Brilliance (JIP) 03:00AM Bean Bag Collectibles 04:00AM The Fashion Outlet WPGH-TV FOX53 05:00AM SOF: Special Ops Force 06:00AM Dennis the Menace 06:30AM Pokémon 07:00AM The Magic School Bus 07:30AM Life with Louie 08:00AM Beast Wars: Transformers 08:30AM Wacky World of Tex Avery 09:00AM Full House 09:30AM Step by Step 10:00AM Judge Mills Lane 10:30AM Judge Mills Lane 11:00AM Jerry Springer 12:00PM Ricki Lake 01:00PM Forgive or Forget 02:00PM Paid Programming 02:30PM Paid Programming 03:00PM Spider-Man 03:30PM Young Hercules 04:00PM Power Rangers in Space 04:30PM The Mystic Knights of Tir Na Nog 05:00PM Fresh Prince of Bel-Air 05:30PM Roseanne 06:00PM Home Improvement 06:30PM Home Improvement 07:00PM Frasier 07:30PM Seinfeld 08:00PM Melrose Place 09:00PM Ally McBeal 10:00PM News 11:00PM M*A*S*H 11:30PM M*A*S*H 12:00AM Ricki Lake 01:00AM Paid Programming 01:30AM Paid Programming 02:00AM Martin 02:30AM Married...with Children 03:00AM Star Trek: The Next Generation 04:00AM Star Trek: The Next Generation Retro: Pittsburgh/Ohio Valley Sat, Jan 18, 1975 from TV Guide-Pittsburgh edition 2 KDKA-CBS Pittsburgh 3 WPSX-PBS University Park 4 WTAE-ABC Pittsburgh 5 WDTV-CBS/ABC Weston 6 WJAC-NBC Johnstown 7 WTRF-NBC/ABC Wheeling 9 WSTV-CBS/ABC Steubenville 10 WTAJ-CBS Altoona 11 WIIC-NBC Pittsburgh 12 WBOY-NBC/ABC Clarksburg 13 WQED-PBS Pittsburgh 19 WJNL-CBS Johnstown 21 WFMJ-NBC Youngstown 24 WWVU-PBS Morgantown 27 WKBN-CBS Youngstown 33 WYTV-ABC Youngstown 53 WPGH-Ind Pittsburgh Morning 6:00 10 John Riley 6:30 2 US Navy 4 Tri-State Farmer 10 It Takes a Lot of Help 7:00 2 International Zone 4 Lidsville 9 My Favorite Martians 10 Captain Noah 11 Farm, Home & Garden 7:30 2 Jabberwocky 4 Big Blue Marble 7 Children's Gospel Hour 9 Bailey's Comets 10 Lickety Split 11 Flying Nun 12 RFD #12 33 Bullwinkle 7:55 6 News 8:00 2-5-9-10-27 My Favorite Martians (new time) 4-33 Yogi's Gang 6-7-11-12-21 Addams Family (animated) 8:30 2-5-9-10-27 Speed Buggy (new time) 4-33 Bugs Bunny 6-7-11-12-21 Wheelie & the Chopper Bunch 13 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 9:00 2-5-9-10-27 Jeannie 3-13 Sesame Street 4-33 Hong Kong Phooey 6-7-11-12-21 Emergency Plus 4 9:30 2-5-9-10-27 Partridge Family: 2200 AD 4-33 Adventures of Gilligan 6-7-11-12-21 Run, Joe, Run 53 Brother Buzz 10:00 2-5-9-10-27 Scooby-Doo, Where are You? (new time) 3-13 Electric Company 4-33 Devlin 6-7-11-12-21 Land of the Lost 53 Movie "Dimples" (bw) 10:30 2-5-9-10-27 Shazam! 3-13 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 4-33 Korg: 70,000 BC 6-7-11-12-21 Sigmund & the Sea Monsters 11:00 2-5-9-10-27 Valley of the Dinosaurs (new time) 3-13 Sesame Street 4 Underdog 6-7-11-12-21 Pink Panther 33 Tennessee Tuxedo 11:30 2-5-9-10-27 Hudson Brothers 4 Championship Bowling: Richard Viele, Rege Walton, Ed Bassala, Deacon Campagna, and Ron Gardner square off 6-7-11-12-21 Star Trek (animated) 33 Big Blue Marble 53 Linus Afternoon noon 2 We, Our, Ours, Us 3-13 Electric Company 5-9-10-27-53 Harlem Globetrotters (new time/guest star Esther Rolle) 6-7-11-12-21 Jetsons 33 These are the Days 12:30 2 Vibrations "Profile of the Black Woman" 3 Hodgepodge Lodge 5-9-10-27-53 Fat Albert & the Cosby Kids 6-7-11-12-21 (looks at martial arts) 13 Zoom 33 Movie "Tales of Terror" 1:00 3 Zoom 4-5-7-10-21 ACC Basketball: UNC-NC State 6 Jabberwocky 9 The Problem is... 11 World of the Sea (killer whales) 12 Hot Dog Skiing 13 Sesame Street 27-53 CBS Childten's Film Festival "Countdown to Danger" 1:30 2 Woman is... 3 Talkabout 6 Treehouse Club 9 Rural-Urban Scene 11 Movie "Bikini Beach" 12 Good News 1:45 9 Classroom Camera "Gymnastics" 2:00 2 Movie "Space Monster" (bw) 3 Book Beat 6 Movie "Charlie Chan at the Circus" (bw) 9 Celebrity Bowling 12 Movie "The Siege of Sidney Street" (bw) 13 Electric Company 27 Movin' Out 33 F Troop (bw) 53 Mr. Chips 2:30 3 Consumer Survival Kit 9 Celebrity Tennis 13 Hodgepodge Lodge 27 Journey 33 To Be 53 Celebrity Bowling 3:00 3 Firing Line 4 Official 1974 All-America (Football) Team 5 Death Valley Days 7-10-53 College Basketball: Villanova-St. Bonaventure 9-21 College Basketball: Indiana-Northwestern 11 Movie "The Deadly Mantis" (bw) 13 Nova 27 Image of Youngstown Schools 33 Outdoor Report 3:15 6 Canadian Travel 3:30 2 Movie "Die, Monster, Die!" 4-5-33 Pro Bowlers Tour: Showboat Invitational 6 Washington Debates for the 70s "Is the Energy Crisis Contrived?" (debated by Sen. Walter Mondale (D-MN), oil exec Charles Murphy, and economist Stanley Ruttenberg) 12 Movie "Panic" (bw) 27 Expressions 4:00 3-24 Sesame Street 13 Romantic Rebellion 27 Triple Crown LPGA Championship 4:30 6 Hurricane Below 11 Flying Nun 4:45 6 Kiplinger's Changing Times 5:00 2 Flash Gordon 3-24 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 4-33 ABC Wide World of Sports: Tournament of Thrills Auto Crash Championships/Duke Kahanamoku Surfing Classic/International Pro Skiing 5 Salem College 6-7-11-12-21 Dean Martin Tucson Open golf 9 Triple Crown LPGA Championship 10 Lawrence Welk (songs made famous by female singers) 13 Masterpiece Theatre 27 Soul Train 53 Pro Wrestling 5:30 2 I Dream of Jeannie 3 Electric Company 5 Buckhannon Report 24 Zoom Evening 6:00 2-27 News 3 Feeling Good 5 Message of Light 9 Friends of Man 10 Country Music Jubilee 13 People: Pittsburgh 24 Carrascolendas 53 Roller Game of the Week 6:30 2-5-9-10 CBS Evening News 4-6 News 7-11-12-21 NBC Nightly News 13 Consumer Survival Kit 19 Bobby Goldsboro 24 Walsh's Animals 27 Star Trek 33 Wait Till Your Father Gets Home 7:00 2 Better Half 3-24 World Press 4-9-10-12-33 Hee Haw (guests Boots Randolph and Bob Luman) 5-7-11-21 Lawrence Welk (same as ch 10) 6 Scholastic Quiz: Ferndale Area HS v Bishop McCort HS 13 Wall Street Week 19 Wrestling 53 Soul Train 7:30 2 About a Week 6 Price is Right 13 Agronsky & Company 27 New Candid Camera 8:00 2-5-9-10-19-27 All in the Family 3-24 Ascent of Man (pt 3-beginnings of agriculture) 4 Black Chronicle 6-7-11-12-21 Emergency! 13 Evening at Symphony (impressionistic school of music) 33 Kung Fu 53 Morris Cerullo Helpline (music by Dale Evans and Thurl Ravenscroft) 8:30 2-5-9-10-19-27 Jeffersons (premiere) 4 Close-Up '75 9:00 2-5-9-10-19-27 Mary Tyler Moore 3 Family at War 4-33 Movie "WUSA" 6-7-11-12-21 Movie "Scorpio" 13 Theater in America "The Year of the Dragon" (starring Star Trek's George Takei) 24 Mystery of Nefertiti (with the help of a computer, Egyptologist Ray Smith pieces together her and Pharoah Akhenaten's temple...a short film on the treasure of King Tut's tomb follows) 53 Movie "Silk Stockings" 9:30 2-5-9-10-19-27 Bob Newhart 10:00 2-5-9-10-19-27 Entertainer of the Year Awards (Jackie Gleason hosts as the American Guild of Variety Artists holds its 5th annual ceremonies...Frank Sinatra, who won the title award, didn't show up-he eventually got his award in the mail Cheesy) 3 Family Theatre "The Pathfinder" (pt 1) 24 Romantic Rebellion (pt 1) 10:30 13 Celebration (a musical tour of the Sara Scaife Gallery) 11:00 53 700 Club 11:15 4-6-7-11-12-21 News 33 ABC News 11:30 2-5-10-27-33 News 9 Don Kirshner's Rock Concert (guests Foghat, and the Edgar Winter Group) 12 Movie "Curse of the Voodoo" (bw) 13 Soundstage 11:45 4 Movie "Advise and Consent" (bw) 5 Morris Cerullo Helpline (same as ch 53) 6 Movie "John Goldfarb, Please Come Home" 7 Movie "Law of the Lawless" 11 Movie "Invasion of the Body Snatchers" (bw) 21 Movie "Along Came a Spider" 33 Movie "The Cobra" 11:50 27 Movie "The Other Woman" (bw) Late Night midnight 2 Movie "Strange Bedfellows" 10 Movie "The Last Shot You Hear" 12:30 53 Happy Goodmans 12:45 5 Movie "The Good Beginning" (bw) 1:05 11 Movie "Murders in the Rue Morgue" (bw) 1:45 4 ABC News 1:50 10 Don Kirshner's Rock Concert (guests Bad Company, Rare Earth, and Renaissance) 1:55 2 Movie "The Fugitive" (bw) RETRO: ATLANTA - 4/24/1997 Thursday, April 24, 1997 WSB-TV ABC2 05:00AM News 05:30AM News 06:00AM News 07:00AM Good Morning America 09:00AM Regis & Kathie Lee 10:00AM Jenny Jones 11:00AM Maury 12:00PM News 12:30PM Daytime to Remember 01:00PM All My Children 02:00PM One Life to Live 03:00PM General Hospital 04:00PM Oprah Winfrey 05:00PM News 06:00PM News 07:00PM ABC News 07:30PM Entertainment Tonight 08:00PM High Incident 09:00PM MOVIE: The Specialist 11:00PM News 11:35PM Nightline 12:06AM Hard Copy 12:36AM Maureen O'Boyle 01:36AM Politically Incorrect 02:06AM Caryl & Marilyn: Real Friends 03:06AM Jenny Jones 04:05AM ABC World News Now WAGA-TV FOX5 05:00AM Crook & Chase 06:00AM Good Day Atlanta 09:00AM Jerry Springer 10:00AM Fox After Breakfast 11:00AM Sally Jessy Raphael 12:00PM News 12:30PM Real TV 01:00PM Dating Game 01:30PM Newlywed Game 02:00PM Sally Jessy Raphael 03:00PM Rosie O'Donnell 04:00PM Jerry Springer 05:00PM News 06:00PM News 07:00PM Access Hollywood 07:30PM EXTRA 08:00PM Martin 08:30PM Living Single 09:00PM New York Undercover 10:00PM News 11:00PM M*A*S*H 11:30PM In the Heat of the Night 12:30AM Real Stories of the Highway Patrol 01:00AM Bzzz! 01:30AM News 02:30AM Strange Universe 03:00AM EXTRA 03:30AM Real TV 04:00AM Streets of San Francisco WXIA-TV NBC11 05:00AM News 05:30AM News 06:00AM News 07:00AM Today 09:00AM Rolonda 10:00AM American Journal 10:30AM Jeopardy! 11:00AM News 11:30AM Noonday 12:00PM Leeza 01:00PM Sunset Beach 02:00PM Another World 03:00PM Days of Our Lives 04:00PM American Journal 04:30PM Inside Edition 05:00PM News 06:00PM News 06:30PM NBC News 07:00PM Wheel of Fortune 07:30PM Jeopardy! 08:00PM Friends 08:30PM Suddenly Susan 09:00PM Seinfeld 09:30PM Fired Up 10:00PM ER 11:00PM News 11:35PM The Tonight Show with Jay Leno 12:37AM Late Night with Conan O'Brien 01:36AM Later 02:05AM NBC News Nightside WATL-TV WB36 06:00AM Kenneth Copeland 06:30AM Mega Man 07:00AM Masked Rider 07:30AM Spider-Man 08:00AM Animaniacs 08:30AM Adventures of Batman & Robin 09:00AM Cheers 09:30AM Dear John 10:00AM Murphy Brown 10:30AM Murphy Brown 11:00AM Ricki Lake 12:00PM Judge Judy 12:30PM Judge Judy 01:00PM Carleton Sheets 01:30PM Jenny Craig 02:00PM Bugs 'n' Daffy 02:30PM Bobby's World 03:00PM Spider-Man 03:30PM Big Bad Beetleborgs 04:00PM Power Rangers Zeo 04:30PM A Different World 05:00PM Ricki Lake 06:00PM Fresh Prince of Bel-Air 06:30PM Hangin' with Mr. Cooper 07:00PM Fresh Prince of Bel-Air 07:30PM The Simpsons 08:00PM MOVIE: The Super 10:00PM Seinfeld 10:30PM Cheers 11:00PM Married...with Children 11:30PM The Simpsons 12:00AM Hunter 01:00AM It's Your Body 01:30AM Personal Profit 02:00AM Gordon Elliott 03:00AM Could it Be a Miracle? 04:00AM Lauderdale 04:30AM American Gladiators WGNX-TV CBS46 06:00AM CBS News 06:30AM CBS News 07:00AM This Morning 09:00AM Montel Williams 10:00AM Geraldo Rivera 11:00AM The Price is Right 12:00PM News 12:30PM Young & the Restless 01:30PM Bold & the Beautiful 02:00PM As the World Turns 03:00PM Guiding Light 04:00PM Geraldo Rivera 05:00PM Montel Williams 06:00PM News 06:30PM CBS News 07:00PM Home Improvement 07:30PM The Cosby Show 08:00PM Diagnosis Murder 09:00PM Diagnosis Murder 10:00PM 48 Hours 11:00PM News 11:35PM Late Show with David Letterman 12:37AM Late Late Show with Tom Snyder 01:37AM Cops 02:07AM Up to the Minute WUPA-TV UPN69 05:00AM This Morning's Business 05:30AM Paid Programming 06:00AM Samurai Pizza Cats 06:30AM King Arthur & the Knights of Justice 07:00AM Bruno the Kid 07:30AM The Mask 08:00AM ReBoot 08:30AM Bananas in Pajamas 09:00AM Baywatch 10:00AM MOVIE: The Mosquito Coast 12:00PM Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman 01:00PM 700 Club 02:00PM Blossom 02:30PM Dinosaurs 03:00PM Darkwing Duck 03:30PM Gargoyles 04:00PM Aladdin 04:30PM Quack Pack 05:00PM Beverly Hills, 90210 05:30PM Diff'rent Strokes 06:00PM Mad About You 06:30PM Mad About You 07:00PM Martin 07:30PM Martin 08:00PM MOVIE: Deep Cover 10:00PM Amen 10:30PM Amen 11:00PM Good Times 11:30PM 227 12:00AM 227 12:30AM All in the Family 01:00AM LAPD: Life on the Beat 01:30AM Laverne & Shirley 02:00AM MOVIE: Charlie and the Great Balloon Chase 04:00AM Money Makers 04:30AM Paid Programming Cable: CNN - Cable News Network 07:00AM Early Edition 09:00AM Morning News 11:30AM CNN & Company 12:00PM NewsDay 12:30PM Burden of Proof 01:00PM CNN Today 03:00PM Talkback Live 04:00PM Inside Politics 04:30PM Early Prime 05:30PM Showbiz Today 06:00PM World View 07:00PM Moneyline 07:30PM Crossfire 08:00PM Prime News 08:30PM Burden of Proof 09:00PM Larry King Live 10:00PM World Today 11:00PM CNN Sports Illustrated 11:30PM Moneyline 12:00AM NewsNight 12:30AM Showbiz Today 01:00AM NewsNight Update TBS Superstation 05:05AM Gilligan's Island 05:35AM CNN Headline News 06:05AM Captain Planet and the Planeteers 06:35AM Taz-Mania 07:05AM Scooby-Doo 07:35AM Scooby-Doo 08:05AM The Brady Bunch 08:35AM Bewitched 09:05AM Little House on the Prairie 10:05AM Three's Company 10:35AM Mama's Family 11:05AM Andy Griffith 11:35AM Andy Griffith 12:05PM Matlock 01:05PM MOVIE: Hour of the Gun 03:05PM The Real Adventures of Jonny Quest 03:35PM The Flintstones 04:05PM The Flintstones 04:35PM California Dreams 05:05PM Saved by the Bell 05:35PM Saved by the Bell 06:05PM Family Matters 06:35PM Family Matters 07:05PM NBA Basketball: TBA 09:35PM NBA Basketball: TBA 12:35AM MOVIE: Creepshow 02:35AM CHiPs 03:35AM Leave it to Beaver 04:05AM Laverne & Shirley 04:35AM Gomer Pyle, U.S.M.C. Cartoon Network 05:00AM Bugs & Daffy 05:30AM Popeye 06:00AM Scooby-Doo 06:30AM Josie & The Pussycats 07:00AM Droopy Dog 07:30AM What a Cartoon! Show 08:00AM Yogi's Space Race 08:30AM Richie Rich 09:00AM Fantastic Max 09:30AM Snorks 10:00AM Paw Paws 10:30AM Pound Puppies 11:00AM The New Scooby-Doo Movies 12:00PM The Smurfs 12:30PM Tom & Jerry 01:00PM The Flintstones 01:30PM The Flintstones 02:00PM The Pink Panther 02:30PM Bugs & Daffy 03:00PM Speed Racer 03:30PM SWAT Kats: The Radical Squadron 04:00PM ThunderCats 04:30PM Cartoon Roulette 04:45PM Voltron 05:15PM Cartoon Roulette 05:30PM The Real Adventures of Jonny Quest 06:00PM Super Friends 06:30PM Taz-Mania 07:00PM Garfield and Friends 07:30PM Scooby-Doo 08:00PM Scooby-Doo 08:30PM Bugs & Daffy 09:00PM The Flintstones 09:30PM The Jetsons 10:00PM Tom & Jerry 10:30PM Speed Racer 11:00PM Jonny Quest 11:30PM The Rocky & Bullwinkle Show 12:00AM Father (incomplete title) 12:30AM The Jetsons 01:00AM Scooby-Doo 01:30AM 2 Stupid Dogs 02:00AM Bugs & Daffy 02:30AM Popeye 03:00AM The Flintstones 03:30AM Jonny Quest 04:00AM Scooby-Doo 04:30AM 2 Stupid Dogs TNT - Turner Network Television 05:30AM Our Gang Shorts 06:00AM The Rudy and Gogo World Famous Cartoon Show 06:30AM Bugs Bunny, Bugs Bunny, Rah! Rah! Rah! 07:00AM The Real Adventures of Jonny Quest 07:30AM Bugs Bunny, Bugs Bunny, Rah! Rah! Rah! 08:00AM The New Scooby-Doo Movies 09:00AM The Flintstones 09:30AM The Flintstones 10:00AM Gilligan's Island 10:30AM Gilligan's Island 11:00AM Spenser: For Hire 12:00PM CHiPs 01:00PM Thunder in Paradise 02:00PM How the West Was Won 03:00PM Wild, Wild West 04:00PM MOVIE: The Man Who Loved Cat Dancing 06:00PM In the Heat of the Night 07:00PM In the Heat of the Night 08:00PM NBA Basketball: TBA 10:30PM NBA Basketball: TBA 01:00AM Inside the NBA 01:30AM MOVIE: All Night Long 03:30AM MOVIE: Chino Thursday, April 24, 1997 WSB-TV ABC2 12:30PM Daytime to Remember Correct me if I'm mistaken, but wasn't that reruns of the old 30-minute episodes of All My Children as a filler program between a canceled serial and a proposed new one? It seems like I remember stumbling upon it one day while flipping the remote, but I'm not sure. AMC ran 30 minutes every day from its 1970 premiere until January 1977, when it became the Alphabet Channel's first hourlong sudser. Thursday, April 24, 1997 WSB-TV ABC2 12:30PM Daytime to Remember Correct me if I'm mistaken, but wasn't that reruns of the old 30-minute episodes of All My Children as a filler program between a canceled serial and a proposed new one? Not sure what it was, but it did indeed fill the gap between the cancellation of "The City" (which ended in March) and the start of "Port Charles" (which started in June). Retro; New York City, Tuesday, January 18, 1949 Source; NY Times Stations; Ch. 2-WCBS-TV (CBS) Ch. 4-WNBT (NBC) Ch. 5-WABD (DuMont) Ch. 7-WJZ-TV (ABC) Ch. 11-WPIX (Ind.) Ch. 13-WATV (Ind.) MORNING 7:00-WARD-News: Time: Weather 7:15-WABD-Health Talk; Interviews 7:45-WABD-Your School Reporter 8:00-WABD-New5: Time: Weather 8:30-WABD-Xindergarten-Pat Melkte 9:00-WABD-Time: Weather; Morning Chapel 9:30-WABD-Television Shopper 10:00-WABD-RumPus Room-Johnny Olsen 10:30-WABD-Welcome Neighbor. With Sue Ryan 11:00-WARD-Stan Shaw AFTERNOON 12:00-WABD-Amanda 12:15-WABD-Man on the Street 12:30-WABD-Ted Steele. Plano 12:45-WCBS-TV-Music: Weather Report 1:00-WCBS-TV-Warren Hun Show WABD-Okay. Mother-Dennis James 1;30-WCBS-TV-VanitY Fair-Dorothy Doan; Salvador Dali. Guest WABD-News: Music 2:30-WABD-Wendy Barry Show 3:00-WABD-The Needle Shop 3:15- WABD-Vincent Lopez (music, variety 3:30-WABD-Time: Weather 3:45-WABD-Spare Room-Phil Hanna 4:00-WABD-And Everything Nice (women) 4:15-WABD-Fred Fassler. Violin 4:30-WABD-Woman's Club-Irene Murphy WPIX-Music 5: 00-WABD-Tel Steele Show WPIX-Comics on Parade-Danny Webb 5: 15-WABD-Manhattan Spotlight WPIX-Pixie Playtime 5:30-WNBT-1towdy Doody-Buffalo Bob Smith WABD-Time: Weather 5:45-WABD-Children's Records WPIX-Magic Books EVENING 6:00-WNBT-Easy Does It; Variety. With Adele Girard. Johnny Andrews WABD-Small Fry Club with Bob Emery WPIX-News: Six-Gun Playhouse 6:15-WCBS-TV-Music: Weather Report, Bunin Puppets 6:25-WNBT-Weatherman-Tex Antoine 6:30-WCBS-TV-Lucky Pup-Bunin Puppets WNBT-Natural Treasures-Ivan Sanderson WATV-Film Shorts 6:45-WCBS-TV-Bob Howard Show WABD-Russ Hodges Scoreboard 7: 00-WCBS-TV-Your Sports Special-Caswell Adams. Dolly Stark WNBT-Kukla. Fran and 011ie Show WARD-Swing Into Sports WJZ-TV-News, Gordon Frazer WPIX-News: Child Care-Dr. James F. Bender 7:15-WCBS-TV-Fllm: Recovery WJZ-TV-Film Shorts 7:20-WPIX--Shirley Spencer,. Handwriting Analyst 7:30-WCBS-TV-CBS News with Douglas Edwards WNBT-You Are an Artist-Jon Gnagy WABD-Camera Headlines: News WJZ-TV-The Fashion Story WPIX-Newsreel 7:45-WCBS-TV-Make Mine Music. With Caroie Coleman, Larry Douglas. Bill Skipper. Tony Mottola Trio WPIX-Sports, Guy Lebow 7:50-WNBT-Newsreel Theatre; John Cameron Swayze 8:00-WCBS-TV-Cross Question: Fictional Jury Trial, From Chicago WNBT-Texaco Star Theatre with Milton Berle; guests Carmen Miranda. Tony Martin, Florence Desmond, Unger Twins. Paul and Paulette Trio WABD-Film Shorts WJZ-TV-FIlm Shorts WPIX-Golden Gloves 'Boxing 8:30-WJZ-TV-America's Town Meeting 9:00-WCBS-TV-We. the People WNBT-I'd Like to See WABD-School Days-Kenny Delmar 9:30-WCBS-TV-NCAA Basketball: Manhattan vs. Holy Cross. Madison Square Garden WNBT-Who Said That?-Leon Henderson. Representative John Davis Lodge. John Cameron Swayze and Bob Trout WJZ-TV-Film Shorts WABD-News 10:00-WNBT-Wrestling. St. Nicholas Arena WJZ-TV-BoxIng. From Chicago 10:30-WPIX-Newsreel 11:15-WCBS-Tv-Newsreei Note; WABD, the DuMont O&O, was in the middle of an experiment to see if morning and midday programming could attract a profitable audience. By the end of 1949 DuMont had scaled back to a 10:45 AM start, although it still programmed extensively in middays while the other stations didn't sign on until midafternoon. It would take another three years for NBC to prove the permanent viability of morning TV with the Today Show . RETRO: ATLANTA - 4/27/1997 Sunday, April 27, 1997 WSB-TV ABC2 05:00AM The Bugs Bunny & Tweety Show 05:30AM The Bugs Bunny & Tweety Show 06:00AM Brand Spanking New! Doug 06:30AM Brand Spanking New! Doug 07:00AM Bishop Long 07:30AM First Baptist 08:00AM News 09:00AM Good Morning America Sunday 10:00AM People to People 10:30AM Presbyterian Church 11:00AM Paid Programming 11:30AM Paid Programming 12:00PM News 12:30PM This Week with David Brinkley 01:30PM Fire Rescue 02:00PM Auto Racing 04:00PM Figure Skating 06:00PM News 07:00PM America's Funniest Home Videos 07:30PM America's Funniest Home Videos 08:00PM Turning Point 09:00PM The Shining 11:00PM News 11:30PM Sports Final 12:00AM Baywatch Nights 01:00AM PSI Factor 02:00AM The Extremists 02:30AM Baywatch 03:30AM ABC World News Now WAGA-TV FOX5 05:00AM Wall Street Journal Report 05:30AM It's Your Business 06:00AM Kenneth Copeland 07:00AM Feed the Children 07:30AM Creflo Dollar Jr. 08:00AM Hour of Power 09:00AM Paid Programming 09:30AM Paid Programming 10:00AM Fox News Sunday 11:00AM Georgia Gang 11:30AM Martha Stewart Living 12:00PM Beverly Hills, 90210 01:00PM Beach Patrol 02:00PM Stanley Cup Playoffs: Conference Quarterfinal Game 05:00PM In the Heat of the Night 06:00PM News 06:30PM Desining Women 07:00PM World's Scariest Police Chases 08:00PM The Simpsons 08:30PM King of the Hill 09:00PM The X-Files 10:00PM News 11:00PM Access Hollywood 12:00AM EXTRA 01:00AM News 02:00AM Big Valley 03:00AM Big Valley 04:00AM Barnaby Jones WXIA-TV NBC11 05:00AM Prevention's Bodysense 05:30AM MotorWeek 06:00AM Paid Programming 06:30AM In Touch 07:30AM News 08:00AM Today 09:00AM Meet the Press 10:00AM News 11:00AM Roswell Street Baptist Church 12:00PM NBA Showtime 12:30PM NBA Basketball: TBA 03:00PM NBA Basketball: TBA 05:30PM NBA Basketball: TBA 08:00PM 3rd Rock from the Sun 08:30PM MOVIE: The River Wild 11:00PM News 11:35PM Inside Edition 12:05AM Save Our Streets 01:05AM Coast Guard 01:35AM Courtside 02:05AM Sidelines 02:35AM NBC News Nightside WATL-TV WB36 05:00AM Community Journal 05:30AM Business Report 06:00AM Singsation! 06:30AM Church of Christ 07:00AM Dr. James Kennedy 07:30AM Field Trip 08:00AM The Daffy Duck Show 08:30AM Animaniacs 09:00AM Superman: The Animated Series 09:30AM Road Rovers 10:00AM Waynehead 10:30AM Pinky and the Brain 11:00AM Animaniacs 11:30AM The Sylvester & Tweety Mysteries 12:00PM MOVIE: The Man with Two Brains 02:00PM MOVIE: Nothing but Trouble 04:00PM MOVIE: The Super 06:00PM Fresh Prince of Bel-Air 06:30PM Hangin' with Mr. Cooper 07:00PM Brotherly Love 07:30PM Nick Freno: Licensed Teacher 08:00PM The Parent 'Hood 08:30PM The Steve Harvey Show 09:00PM Unhappily Ever After 09:30PM Unhappily Ever After 10:00PM Seinfeld 10:30PM The Simpsons 11:00PM Grand Prix Cycling Highlights 11:30PM Murphy Brown 12:00AM Black Forum 12:30AM Cash Flow 01:00AM Sunny (incomplete title) 01:30AM SIGN-OFF WGNX-TV CBS46 05:00AM Dr. Crawford (incomplete title) 05:30AM Jimmy Swaggart 06:00AM US Farm Report 06:30AM Pastor Clarence 07:00AM Dr. Keith Butler 07:30AM Presbyterian Church 08:00AM Presbyterian Church 08:30AM Sunday Morning 10:30AM Face the Nation 11:00AM Star Trek: Deep Space Nine 12:00PM Full House 12:30PM Full House 01:00PM Tennis: USTA Men's Clay Court Championships 03:00PM PGA Golf: Greater Greensboro Classic 06:00PM CBS News 06:30PM News 07:00PM 60 Minutes 08:00PM Touched by an Angel 09:00PM MOVIE: A Match Made in Heaven 11:00PM News 11:30PM Sports Final 12:00AM Cops 12:30AM Cops 01:00AM Paid Programming 01:30AM Paid Programming 02:00AM Up to the Minute WUPA-TV UPN69 05:00AM Catholic Mass 05:30AM Psychic Friends 06:00AM Bill Nye the Science Guy 06:30AM Flash Gordon 07:00AM Skysurfer Strike Force 07:30AM Street Sharks 08:00AM Captain Simian & the Space Monkeys 08:30AM Street Sharks 09:00AM Jumanji 09:30AM The Mouse and the Monster 10:00AM The Incredible Hulk 10:30AM B.A.D. 11:00AM Richie Rich 11:30AM Sweet Valley High 12:00PM Step by Step 12:30PM Step by Step 01:00PM MOVIE: Creepshow 2 03:00PM MOVIE: Cujo 05:00PM The Outer Limits 06:00PM Poltergeist: The Legacy 07:00PM Viper 08:00PM Hercules: The Legendary Journeys 09:00PM Xena: Warrior Princess 10:00PM Wiley Jackson, Jr.: Gospel Tabernacle 11:00PM Creflo Dollar Jr. 11:30PM Jack Van Impe 12:00AM MOVIE: When the Party's Over 02:00AM Jenny Craig 02:30AM Psychic Friends 03:00AM Money Makers 03:30AM Paid Programming 04:00AM Paid Programming 04:30AM Singles Connection Cable: TBS Superstation 05:05AM Who's the Boss? 05:35AM Who's the Boss? 06:05AM Tom & Jerry 06:35AM Bugs Bunny, Bugs Bunny, Rah! Rah! Rah! 07:05AM Scooby-Doo 07:35AM Captain Planet and the Planeteers 08:05AM The Jetsons 08:35AM The Flintstones 09:05AM The Flintstones 09:35AM Saved by the Bell 10:05AM Family Matters 10:35AM MOVIE: City Slickers II: The Legend of Curly's Gold 01:05PM MLB Baseball: Atlanta Braves vs. San Diego Padres 04:05PM Andy Griffith 04:35PM Andy Griffith 05:05PM WCW Pro Wrestling 06:05PM America's Funniest Home Videos 06:35PM America's Funniest Home Videos 07:05PM National Geographic Explorer 09:05PM Coming Plague Part II 11:05PM National Geographic Explorer 01:05AM Paid Programming 01:35AM Paid Programming 02:05AM Paid Programming 02:35AM Paid Programming 03:05AM Paid Programming 03:35AM Paid Programming 04:05AM Paid Programming 04:35AM Paid Programming Retro: North Carolina Monday, January 18, 1965 From TV Guide, North Carolina Edition: WFMY Ch. 2 Greensboro (CBS) 6:30 Sacred Heart 6:45 R.F.D. Piedmont (George Perry, aka kids'-show host the Old Rebel) 7 AM Good Morning Show (Lee Kinard--this show is now three and a half hours, 4:30-8 AM, and Lee is long retired) 8 AM Captain Kangaroo 9 AM Devotions 9:15 Second Breakfast (Carroll Stoker, who I still think got shafted by not being mentioned in Ch. 2's 50th-anniversary activities) 9:30 What's Cooking Today? (Cordelia Kelly) 9:55 News 10 AM CBS News (Mike Wallace) 10:30 I Love Lucy 11 AM Andy Griffith 11:30 Real McCoys 12 N Love Of Life 12:25 CBS News (Robert Trout) 12:30 Search For Tomorrow 12:45 Guiding Light 1 PM Best Of Groucho 1:30 As The World Turns 2 PM Password (Amanda Blake and Bob Denver, from Hollywood) 2:30 Art Linkletter's House Party (the show begins a week celebrating its 20th anniversary, dating back to radio; Jimmie Rodgers sings some of the hits of 1945) 3 PM To Tell The Truth (Shari Lewis, Skitch Henderson, Dick Shawn, Phyllis Newman) 3:25 CBS News (Douglas Edwards) 3:30 Edge Of Night 4 PM Old Rebel And Pecos Pete (despite this show's popularity, it was not a popular decision to drop "Secret Storm," which was soon reinstated and stayed on Ch. 2 to the bitter end in 1974) 4:30 Woody Woodpecker 5 PM Leave It To Beaver 5:30 Rifleman 6 PM News, Sports, Weather 6:30 CBS News (Walter Cronkite) 7 PM Grand Ole Opry 7:30 To Tell The Truth (Steve Allen and the "I've Got A Secret" panel (Bill Cullen, Betsy Palmer, Henry Morgan, Bess Myerson) take over for tonight) 8 PM I've Got A Secret (Bud Collyer and the nighttime "To Tell The Truth" panel (Tom Poston, Peggy Cass, Orson Bean, Kitty Carlisle) take over for tonight) 8:30 Andy Griffith 9 PM The Lucy Show 9:30 Many Happy Returns 10 PM CBS Reports: "The Press And The Law," the battle between the Philadelphia Bar Association and the news media over pre-trial publicity in criminal cases. 10:30 Channel 2 Reports: "Working Their Way Through Prison" 11 PM News, Weather, Sports 11:30 Roaring '20s WBTV Ch. 3 Charlotte (CBS/ABC) 6:15 Daily Word 6:20 Big Picture 6:50 Almanac (Gil Stamper) 7 AM Carolina Calling (Arthur Smith) 7:45 News, Weather 8 AM Captain Kangaroo 9 AM Tiny Town (Fred Kirby) 9:30 Donna Reed (ABC, delay from 12 N) 10 AM CBS News 10:30 I Love Lucy 11 AM Andy Griffith 11:30 Real McCoys 12 N News, Sports, Features 12:25 CBS News 12:30 Search For Tomorrow 12:45 Guiding Light 1 PM Betty Feezor 1:30 As The World Turns 2 PM Password 2:30 Art Linkletter's House Party 3 PM To Tell The Truth 3:25 CBS News 3:30 Edge Of Night 4 PM Secret Storm 4:30 Mickey Mouse Club 5 PM Big Bill's Club House (wrestling announcer Big Bill Ward hosts a kids' show) 5:30 Leave It To Beaver 6 PM News, Sports, Weather 6:25 Editorial (Alan Newcomb) 6:30 CBS News 7 PM Movie: "Titanic" (the 1953 version) 9 PM The Lucy Show 9:30 Many Happy Returns 10 PM CBS Reports 10:30 WBTV Reports ("De Oppresso Liber," meaning "freedom for the oppressed" and the motto of the Special Forces stationed at Fort Bragg and the subject of this report.) 11 PM News, Weather, Sports 11:20 Editorial (Alan Newcomb) 11:25 Thriller Theatre (this may be Boris Karloff's "Thriller") WWAY Ch. 3 Wilmington (ABC) 6:25 Aspect (farm show) 6:55 TBA 7 AM Bannon's Buddies (kids' show with Art Bannon) 9 AM Deputy Dawg 9:30 My Little Margie 10 AM Trouble With Father ("Stu Erwin Show" reruns) 10:30 Divorce Court 11:30 Price Is Right (celebrity player: Douglas Fairbanks Jr.) 12 N Donna Reed 12:30 Father Knows Best 1 PM Tennessee Ernie Ford Show (Johnny Matson, who emcees at state fairs, is the guest.) 1:30 Sea Hunt 2 PM Flame In The Wind (soap later retitled "A Time For Us") 2:30 Day In Court 2:55 not listed, probably ABC News with Marlene Sanders 3 PM General Hospital 3:30 The Young Marrieds 4 PM Trailmaster ("Wagon Train" reruns) 5 PM Movie: "Flight Nurse" 6:20 ABC News (Ron Cochran) 6:35 News, Sports, Weather 7 PM Amos 'n' Andy 7:30 Voyage To The Bottom Of The Sea 8:30 No Time For Sergeants (Andy Griffith did this better on stage and in the movies; Jim Nabors did the same premise better as Gomer Pyle.) 9 PM Wendy And Me (George Burns, Connie Stevens) 9:30 Bing Crosby Show (his one series, a sitcom, although his guests tonight are the Standells) 10 PM Ben Casey 11 PM News, Weather, Sports 11:10 Movie: "While The City Sleeps" (pre-empts Les Crane) WUNC Ch. 4 Chapel Hill (NET) 8:55 News 9 AM American History 9:30 Physical Science 10 AM World History 10:30 Mathematics 11 AM Conversation With Eric Hoffer (Hoffer outlines his vision of a country controlled by anonymous businessmen.) 11:30 Spectrum (a flight to Mars; the Mariner rocket's launching test grounds; the Multivator, a proposed unmanned space craft) 12 N Aspect 12:30 News 12:45 Americans At Work 1 PM Social Studies 2 PM Industry On Parade 2:15 Government And Geography after this, Ch. 4 signs off until 6 PM News, Sports, Weather 6:15 Friendly Giant 6:30 Reading Out Loud 7 PM What's New 7:30 America's Crises (conclusion: the changing nature of American community life) 8:30 Encounter sign off following this WRAL Ch. 5 Raleigh (ABC/NBC) 6:15 Aspect 6:45 Farm News (Ray Wilkinson) 7 AM Today (NBC, guests: Stan Getz; Joe Garagiola interviewing Brooks Robinson and Ken Boyer) 9 AM Femme Fare (Bette Elliott) 10 AM Time For Uncle Paul (Paul Montgomery) 10:30 Trailmaster (delay of at least a week, from 4 PM) 11:30 Price Is Right 12 N News, Weather 12:30 Father Knows Best 1 PM Tennessee Ernie Ford Show 1:30 Donna Reed (90-minute delay) 2 PM Flame In The Wind 2:30 The Doctors (NBC, pre-empts "Day In Court" and ABC News) 3 PM General Hospital 3:30 Young Marrieds 4 PM Movie: "Two Flags West" 5:30 Science All Stars (season premiere, delay of at least a week from Sun 5 PM) 6 PM News, Sports, Weather 6:20 ABC News 6:35 Viewpoint (Jesse Helms) 6:40 News continues 7 PM Donna Reed (delay from Thu 8 PM) 7:30 Voyage To The Bottom Of The Sea 8:30 No Time For Sergeants 9 PM Wendy And Me 9:30 Bing Crosby Show 10 PM Ben Casey 11 PM News, Weather, Sports 11:10 Dateline (Bob Caudle, later the "voice" of "Mid-Atlantic Championship Wrestling") 11:30 Les Crane (joined in progress) WECT Ch. 6 Wilmington (NBC/CBS) 6:25 Daily Word 6:30 Carolina Farm Beat 7 AM Today 9 AM B'wana Don In Jungle-La 9:30 Jack LaLanne 10 AM Make Room For Daddy 10:30 What's This Song? (Wink Martindale (then called Win Martindale) hosts his first game show; guests are Tommy Sands and wife Nancy Sinatra, COLOR) 10:55 NBC News (Edwin Newman) 11 AM Concentration 11:30 Jeopardy! (COLOR) 12 N Say When! (COLOR) 12:30 Truth Or Consequences (COLOR) 12:55 NBC News (Ray Scherer) 1 PM Showcase (Jim Burns) 1:25 Timely Tips (Corinne Rickert) 1:30 As The World Turns 2 PM Moment Of Truth (Canadian-produced soap which would be replaced in November by "Days Of Our Lives," while "star" Douglas Watson would go on to play Mac Cory on "Another World.") 2:30 The Doctors 3 PM Another World 3:30 Edge Of Night 4 PM Match Game (Bill Cosby, Florence Henderson) 4:25 NBC News (anchor not given; I assume either Nancy Dickerson or Sander Vanocur) 4:30 Secret Storm 5 PM Mickey Mouse Club 5:30 Quick Draw McGraw 6 PM News, Sports, Weather 6:35 Roy Dixon (local music show) 6:55 Weather (Jim Burns) 7 PM Huntley-Brinkley Report 7:30 Karen (Debbie Watson, who went straight from this show to "Tammy" that fall--not to be confused with Karen Valentine's "Karen" on ABC ten years later.) 8 PM Man From U.N.C.L.E. 9 PM Allan Sherman's Funnyland (guests: Lorne Greene, Jack Gilford, Marvin Kaplan, Angie Dickinson, the Ray Charles (the white Ray Charles) Singers, COLOR, pre-empts Andy Williams) 10 PM The Defenders (CBS, delay from Thu 10 PM) 11 PM News, Weather, Sports 11:15 Tonight Show (Milt Kamen is a guest, COLOR) WITN Ch. 7 Washington, NC (NBC) 6:25 Aspect 6:55 Carolina Farmer 7 AM Today 9 AM Leave It To Beaver 9:30 People Are Funny 10 AM Make Room For Daddy 10:30 What's This Song? (COLOR) 10:55 NBC News 11 AM Concentration 11:30 Jeopardy! (COLOR) 12 N Say When! (COLOR) 12:30 Truth Or Consequences (COLOR) 12:55 NBC News 1 PM Bachelor Father 1:30 Let's Make A Deal (COLOR) 1:55 NBC News (Floyd Kalber) 2 PM Moment Of Truth 2:30 The Doctors 3 PM Another World 3:30 You Don't Say! (singer Rusty Draper, who would have his own daytime show on NBC, "Swingin' Country," in 1966; Laraine Day, COLOR) 4 PM Match Game 4:25 NBC News 4:30 Funny Page (legendary kids' show in eastern North Carolina, with WITNey the Marching Hobo) 5:30 Huckleberry Hound 6 PM News, Sports, Weather 6:30 Huntley-Brinkley Report 7 PM M Squad 7:30 Karen 8 PM Man From U.N.C.L.E. 9 PM Allan Sherman's Funnyland (COLOR) 10 PM Alfred Hitchcock Hour 11 PM News, Weather, Sports 11:15 Tonight Show (COLOR) WGHP Ch. 8 High Point (ABC) 6 AM Seekers (nothing to do with the group that did "Georgy Girl") 6:30 Farm And Home Hour 7 AM Carolina In The Morning 8 AM Our Gang 8:30 Around Town 9:20 Daily Devotion 9:30 Kindergarten (Libba Hinkle) 10 AM World History 10:30 Women's World 11 AM Jack LaLanne 11:30 Price Is Right 12 N News, Weather 12:15 Farm And Home Hour 12:30 Father Knows Best 1 PM Ramona Curtis (women's show) 1:30 Donna Reed (90-minute delay) 2 PM Flame In The Wind 2:30 Day In Court 2:55 ABC News 3 PM General Hospital 3:30 Young Marrieds 4 PM Lloyd Thaxton 5 PM Movie: "Uranium Boom" 6:30 Amos 'n' Andy 7 PM News, Sports, Weather (Ch. 8 wouldn't pick up ABC News until 1970.) 7:30 Voyage To The Bottom Of The Sea 8:30 No Time For Sergeants 9 PM Wendy And Me 9:30 Bing Crosby Show 10 PM Ben Casey 11 PM News, Weather, Sports 11:30 Les Crane WNCT Ch. 9 Greenville, NC (CBS) 6:30 Carolina Today 8:30 Bozo The Clown 9 AM Captain Kangaroo 10 AM CBS News 10:30 I Love Lucy 11 AM Andy Griffith 11:30 Real McCoys 12 N News, Weather 12:30 Search For Tomorrow 12:45 Guiding Light 1 PM Love Of Life 1:25 Timely Tips 1:30 As The World Turns 2 PM Password 2:30 Art Linkletter's House Party 3 PM To Tell The Truth 3:25 CBS News 3:30 Edge Of Night 4 PM Secret Storm 4:30 Jack Benny Daytime Show (Don Wilson celebrates another anniversary with Jack; guests are "What's My Line?" host John Daly, and announcers Roy Rowan and Bill Baldwin.) 5 PM Cheyenne 6 PM News, Sports, Weather 6:30 CBS News 7 PM Tombstone Territory 7:30 To Tell The Truth 8 PM I've Got A Secret 8:30 Andy Griffith 9 PM The Lucy Show 9:30 Many Happy Returns 10 PM CBS Reports 10:30 Governor's Report (outgoing governor Terry Sanford reviews his administration) 11 PM News, Weather, Sports 11:30 Movie: "The Counterfeit Plan" WSOC Ch. 9 Charlotte (NBC/ABC) 6:15 Continental Classroom (don't know if this continued in syndication after NBC dropped it) 6:45 Farm And Home 7 AM Today 9 AM Cartoons 9:30 Girl Talk (Virginia Graham) 10 AM Day In Court 10:25 nothing listed 10:30 Flame In The Wind 11 AM Concentration 11:30 Jeopardy! (COLOR) 12 N Love Of Life (pre-empted on WBTV, but not for long) 12:25 Midday (Jimmy Kilgo) 12:55 NBC News 1 PM Jack Benny Daytime Show (guest: Mickey Rooney, pre-empted on WBTV) 1:30 Tennessee Ernie Ford Show (half-hour delay) 2 PM Star Performance 2:30 The Doctors 3 PM General Hospital 3:30 Trailmaster 4:30 Clown Carnival (Brooks Lindsay) 5:30 Peter Potamus 6 PM News, Sports, Weather 6:30 Huntley-Brinkley Report 7 PM Voyage To The Bottom Of The Sea (delay of at least a week) 8 PM No Time For Sergeants (delay of at least a week) 8:30 Andy Griffith (pre-empted on WBTV) 9 PM Allan Sherman's Funnyland (COLOR) 10 PM Ben Casey 11 PM News, Weather, Sports 11:30 Tonight Show (COLOR) WTVD Ch. 11 Durham (CBS/NBC) 6:30 Big Picture 7 AM Morning Jamboree (Clyde Moody, Homer Briarhopper-I watched this show many a morning when I was getting dressed for school) 7:55 News, Weather 8 AM Captain Kangaroo 9 AM Cartoons 9:30 Match Game (Audrey Meadows, Sydney Chaplin (Charlie's son), delay of at least a week) 9:55 Local News 10 AM Make Room For Daddy 10:30 I Love Lucy 11 AM Concentration 11:30 Jeopardy! (COLOR) 12 N Love Of Life 12:25 CBS News 12:30 Search For Tomorrow 12:45 Guiding Light 1 PM Peggy Mann 1:30 As The World Turns 2 PM Password 2:30 Art Linkletter's House Party 3 PM Another World 3:30 Edge Of Night 4 PM Secret Storm 4:30 Let's Make A Deal (COLOR) 4:55 Fun Hour (I think this was after Ken Corbitt was fired after showing up drunk to do the 11 PM weather.) 5:30 Yogi Bear 6 PM News, Sports, Weather 6:30 CBS News 7 PM Hazel (NBC, delay from Thu 9:30, not listed as being in color) 7:30 Dr. Kildare (NBC, delay from Thu 8:30) 8:30 Andy Griffith 9 PM Allen Sherman's Funnyland (COLOR) 10 PM Alfred Hitchcock Hour 11 PM News, Weather, Sports 11:25 Tonight Show (COLOR--see if you can figure out the strategy WTVD was using against WRAL) WNBE (WCTI) Ch. 12 New Bern (ABC) 7 AM Barker Bill (don't think this is to be confused with the 1950s CBS kids' show "Barker Bill's Cartoons") 9 AM Movie: "Fighting Father Dunne" 10:30 Open House (Jo Ann Franks, daughter of the station owner) 11 AM Love That Bob! 11:30 Price Is Right 12 N Donna Reed 12:30 Father Knows Best 1 PM Tennessee Ernie Ford Show 1:30 Eastern Carolina Farmer 2 PM Flame In The Wind 2:30 Day In Court 2:55 ABC News 3 PM General Hospital 3:30 Young Marrieds 4 PM Trailmaster 5 PM Captain O'Hap 5:30 Life Of Riley 6 PM News, Sports, Weather 6:15 ABC News 6:30 Rifleman 7 PM Zane Grey Theater 7:30 Voyage To The Bottom Of The Sea 8:30 No Time For Sergeants 9 PM Wendy And Me 9:30 Bing Crosby Show 10 PM Ben Casey 11 PM News, Weather, Sports 11:15 Les Crane In its early years, Ch. 12 practically never pre-empted an ABC program, and I can remember only one on delay; in the summer of 1966 "Supermarket Sweep" aired at 4 PM. This was when Ch. 12 was carrying all ABC programs an hour earlier; "Sweep" would have interfered with the morning movie at 10 AM (11 AM EDT), hence the delay, since this was affiliate time for ABC stations from Virginia northward. WSJS (WXII) Ch. 12 Winston-Salem (NBC) 6:30 Aspect 7 AM Today 9 AM Bob Gordon (kids' show as distinguished from his weekend "Bob Gordon Theater" montage of movies, reruns, and live performers) 9:30 Astroboy 10 AM Make Room For Daddy 10:30 What's This Song? (COLOR) 10:55 NBC News 11 AM Concentration 11:30 Jeopardy! (COLOR) 12 N Say When! (COLOR) 12:30 Truth Or Consequences (COLOR) 12:55 NBC News 1 PM This Afternoon 1:30 Let's Make A Deal (COLOR) 1:55 NBC News 2 PM Moment Of Truth 2:30 The Doctors 3 PM Another World 3:30 You Don't Say! (COLOR) 4 PM Match Game 4:25 NBC News 4:30 Superman (the color episodes did not begin airing in color until that fall) 5 PM Cheyenne 6 PM News, Sports, Weather 6:30 Huntley-Brinkley Report 7 PM The Rebel 7:30 Karen 8 PM Man From U.N.C.L.E. 9 PM Allan Sherman's Funnyland (COLOR) 10 PM Alfred Hitchcock Hour 11 PM News, Weather, Sports 11:30 Tonight Show (COLOR) NOTE: "Concentration" and "Jeopardy!" did not assume their more familiar times of 10:30 AM and 12 N respectively until Sept. 27. NBC tried a couple of game shows, "Call My Bluff" and "I'll Bet"-later syndicated as "It's Your Bet"--in the 12-12:55 slot in the summer of '65, then two morning soaps, "Morning Star" at 11 and "Paradise Bay" at 11:30, starting Sept. 27. Also new on Sept. 27 was Merv Griffin's second game, "Let's Play Post Office," which aired at 12:30 after "Jeopardy!" but was canceled on July 1, 1966. From what I understand, "Call My Bluff" is still a popular game show in Britain. Retro: North Carolina Wednesday, January 14, 1976 From TV Guide, North Carolina Edition: WFMY Ch. 2 Greensboro (CBS) 6 AM Good Morning Show (clinical psycholgist Dr. John Edwards--not to be confused with the politician--on his European trip; representatives from the Greensboro city government) 7:55 Devotions 8 AM Captain Kangaroo 9 AM Old Rebel Show 9:30 Tattletales (Elaine and Tony Orlando, David Groh and Lisa Farringer, Patti Deutsch and Donald Ross, day-behind from 4 PM) 10 AM Price Is Right 11 AM Gambit 11:30 Love Of Life 11:55 News (local) 12 N Young And The Restless 12:30 Search For Tomorrow 1 PM Sandra And Friends (Mickey Lynn Benton of Eden, NC performs three-finger bluegrass adapted for the piano.) 1:30 As The World Turns 2:30 Guiding Light 3 PM All In The Family (Bea Arthur appears as Maude) 3:30 Match Game '76 (Jimmie Walker, Marcia Wallace, Elaine Joyce, Charles Nelson Reilly, Brett Somers, Richard Dawson) 4 PM Dinah! (Nanette Fabray, James Darren, Gary Burghoff, Buck Owens and the Buckaroos, psychic Kenny Kingston) 5:30 Andy Griffith 6 PM News 6:30 CBS News (Walter Cronkite) 7 PM Treasure Hunt 7:30 Name That Tune 8 PM ACC Basketball: Maryland-N.C. State 10 PM The Blue Knight (time approximate) 11 PM News 11:30 CBS Movie: "Twilight Of Honor" (Richard Chamberlain plays a lawyer in a movie filmed in '63, when he was still playing Dr. Kildare.) E WUND/2 Columbia/Edenton, NC; WUNC/4 Chapel Hill; WUNK/25 Greenville, NC; WUNL/26 Winston-Salem; WUNJ/39 Wilmington, NC; WUNG/58 Concord, NC) (PBS) 10 AM Sesame Street 11 AM In-school programs 12:30 Electric Company 1 PM In-school programs 4 PM Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 4:30 Sesame Street 5:30 Electric Company 6 PM History Of The Motion Picture 6:30 Your Future Is Now 7 PM Government Management Development 7:30 Now 8 PM The Enchanted Tree (children's play performed by the Pinacle Players of the North Carolina Readers Theatre) 9 PM Hollywood Television Theatre ("Knuckle," an Americanized version of a British play about a cynical gunrunner who returns from South America to investigate the disappearance of his sister.) sign off 11 PM WBTV Ch. 3 Charlotte (CBS) 6:30 Story Of Jesus 6:35 Almanac 6:45 News 7 AM CBS News (Hughes Rudd) 8 AM Captain Kangaroo 9 AM Together ("Business and the Law," a course being taught at Winthrop College in Rock Hill) 9:30 Match Game '76 (day-behind from 3:30 PM) 10 AM Price Is Right 11 AM Gambit 11:30 Love Of Life 11:55 CBS News (Douglas Edwards) 12 N Scene At Noon (Gloria Swanson is a guest) 12:30 Search For Tomorrow 1 PM Betty Feezor 1:30 As The World Turns 2:30 Guiding Light 3 PM All In The Family 3:30 Gilligan's Island 4 PM Partridge Family 4:30 Adam-12 5 PM Mod Squad 6 PM News 7 PM CBS News 7:30 $25,000 Pyramid 8 PM ACC Basketball: Maryland-N.C. State 10 PM The Blue Knight (time approximate) 11 PM News 11:30 CBS Movie: "Twilight Of Honor" WWAY Ch. 3 Wilmington (ABC) 6:30 Arthur Smith 7 AM Good Morning America 9 AM Coffeetalk (topic: the Lower Cape Fear Juvenile Services Center) 9:30 New Zoo Revue 10 AM Phil Donahue (common problems in mother-daughter relationships; guests are Charlotte Sheedy, author of "It's All Right To Hate Your Kids," and her daughter Alexandra) 11 AM $10,000 Pyramid (Larry Linville, Anita Gillette, week-behind from 2 PM) 11:30 Happy Days 12 N Let's Make A Deal 12:30 All My Children 1 PM Ryan's Hope 1:30 As The World Turns (CBS) 2:30 The Neighbors (Regis Philbin's first game show) 3 PM General Hospital 3:30 One Life To Live (R.I.P.) 4 PM Edge Of Night 4:30 Gilligan's Island 5 PM The Lucy Show (guest: Ethel Merman) 5:30 Hogan's Heroes 6 PM News 6:30 ABC News (Harry Reasoner) 7 PM Partridge Family 7:30 Adam-12 8 PM Bionic Woman (debut) 9 PM Baretta 10 PM Starsky And Hutch 11 PM News 11:30 ABC Movie: "Dead Man On The Run" 1 AM News WRAL Ch. 5 Raleigh (ABC) 6 AM Arthur Smith 6:30 Farm News 6:55 Viewpoint 7 AM News 7:30 Time For Uncle Paul 8 AM Good Morning America (joined in progress) 9 AM Mike Douglas (co-host Victor Borge; cellist Jascha Silberstein, former All-Pro football player Mike Reid, prerecorded: Liza Minnelli, Burt Reynolds, Gene Hackman) 10:30 Femme Fare 11 AM Edge Of Night 11:30 Happy Days 12 N News 12:30 All My Children 1 PM Ryan's Hope 1:30 Rhyme And Reason (Abbe Lane, Ross Martin, Fred Travalena, Mitzi McCall and Charlie Brill, Nipsey Russell) 2 PM $10,000 Pyramid (Soupy Sales, Jo Ann Pflug) 2:30 The Neighbors 3 PM General Hospital 3:30 One Life To Live 4 PM Flintstones 4:30 Gilligan's Island 5 PM Bonanza 6 PM News 6:30 ABC News 7 PM Ironside 8 PM ACC Basketball: Maryland-N.C. State 10 PM Starsky And Hutch (time approximate) 11 PM News 11:30 ABC Movie: "Dead Man On The Run" WECT Ch. 6 Wilmington (NBC) 6 AM Carolina In The Morning 7 AM Today (conductor Sarah Caldwell and Ms. magazine editor Donna Handly discuss women in music; Jim Hartz and Barbara Walters co-host) 9 AM Mike Douglas (co-host Sonny Bono; the Hudson Brothers, Rip Taylor, wrestler Susan Sexton) 10 AM Celebrity Sweepstakes (Jed Allan, Clifton Davis, Dick Martin, George Hamilton) 10:30 Wheel Of Fortune (the brief period when it was on for an hour) 11:30 Hollywood Squares (Tennessee Ernie Ford, Roddy McDowall, Joan Rivers, Karen Valentine, Anthony Newley, Marty Allen, Florence Henderson, George Gobel, Paul Lynde) 12 N High Rollers 12:30 Take My Advice 12:55 NBC News (Edwin Newman) 1 PM Jim Burns 1:30 Days Of Our Lives 2:30 The Doctors 3 PM Another World 4 PM Somerset 4:30 Mickey Mouse Club 5 PM Bonanza 6 PM News 6:30 NBC News (John Chancellor) 7 PM Andy Griffith 7:30 Beverly Hillbillies 8 PM ACC Basketball: Maryland-N.C. State 10 PM NBC News Special: "Children Of Divorce" (time approximate, pre-empts "Petrocelli") 11 PM News 11:30 Tonight Show WITN Ch. 7 Washington, NC (NBC) 5:30 Country Place 6 AM Almanac 7 AM Today 9 AM Mike Douglas (same as Ch. 5 without Jascha Silberstein and Mike Reid) 10 AM Celebrity Sweepstakes 10:30 Wheel Of Fortune 11:30 Hollywood Squares 12 N News 12:30 Take My Advice 12:55 NBC News 1 PM Somerset 1:30 Days Of Our Lives 2:30 The Doctors 3 PM Another World 4 PM Cartoon Carnival 4:30 Bewitched 5 PM Ironside 6 PM News 6:30 NBC News 7 PM Family Affair 7:30 Wild Kingdom 8 PM Little House On The Prairie 9 PM Doctors Hospital 10 PM NBC News Special 11 PM News 11:30 Tonight Show WGHP Ch. 8 High Point (ABC) 6:30 Romper Room 7 AM Good Morning America 9 AM Movie: "A Letter To Three Wives" 11 AM Southern Exposure (topic: the adult use of drugs and alcohol) 11:30 Happy Days 12 N News 12:30 All My Children 1 PM Ryan's Hope 1:30 Rhyme And Reason 2 PM $10,000 Pyramid 2:30 The Neighbors 3 PM General Hospital 3:30 I Dream Of Jeannie 4 PM Merv Griffin (Fred Astaire, Tony Bennett, Peggy Lee, Pearl Bailey) 5 PM Big Valley 6 PM News 6:30 ABC News 7 PM Truth Or Consequences 7:30 Price Is Right 8 PM Bionic Woman 9 PM Baretta 10 PM Starsky And Hutch 11 PM News 11:30 ABC Movie: "Dead Man On The Run" 1 AM News WNCT Ch. 9 Greenville, NC (CBS) 6 AM Carolina Today 6:30 Morning Meditations 6:35 Carolina Today continues 8 AM CBS News 9 AM Captain Kangaroo 10 AM Price Is Right 11 AM Gambit 11:30 Love Of Life 11:55 Take Kerr (Graham Kerr) 12 N News 12:30 Search For Tomorrow 1 PM Young And The Restless 1:30 As The World Turns 2:30 Guiding Light 3 PM All In The Family 3:30 Match Game '76 4 PM Tattletales 4:30 Batman 5 PM Gunsmoke 6 PM News 6:30 CBS News 7 PM Truth Or Consequences 7:30 Match Game PM (Dick Martin, Fannie Flagg, Jody Donovan, Richard Dawson, Brett Somers, Charles Nelson Reilly) 8 PM ACC Basketball: Maryland-N.C. State 10 PM The Blue Knight (time approximate) 11 PM News 11:30 CBS Movie: "Twilight Of Honor" WSOC Ch. 9 Charlotte (NBC) 6:30 Arthur Smith 7 AM Today 9 AM Merv Griffin (same as Ch. 8) 10 AM Celebrity Sweepstakes 10:30 Wheel Of Fortune 11:30 News 12 N Dinah! (same as Ch. 2) 1 PM Somerset 1:30 Days Of Our Lives 2:30 The Doctors 3 PM Another World 4 PM Mike Douglas (from Miami Beach: co-host Jerry Lewis; Buddy Rich, the Hudson Brothers, two-time Heisman Trophy winner Archie Griffin, former All-Pro Mike Reid, sportscasters Jane Chastain and Alex Karras, four Olympic diving hopefuls) 5:30 Bewitched 6 PM News 6:30 NBC News 7 PM The Cop And The Kid (delay from Thu 8:30) 7:30 Grady (delay from Thu 8 PM) 8 PM Little House On The Prairie 9 PM Movie: "Two For The Road" 11 PM News 11:30 Tonight Show 1 AM Tomorrow (Hugh Sidey of Time, Peter Lisagor of the Chicago Daily News, and Richard Reeves of New York magazine discuss the Ford administration.) WIS Ch. 10 Columbia, SC (NBC) 6:45 Farm Report 7 AM Today 9 AM Knozit-Land 9:30 Take My Advice 9:55 News 10 AM Celebrity Sweepstakes 10:30 Wheel Of Fortune 11:30 Hollywood Squares 12 N High Rollers 12:30 Carolina Today 1:30 Days Of Our Lives 2:30 The Doctors 3 PM Another World 4 PM Gilligan's Island 4:30 Bewitched 5 PM Ironside 6 PM Truth Or Consequences 6:30 NBC News 7 PM News 7:30 Let's Make A Deal 8 PM College Basketball: The Citadel-South Carolina 10 PM NBC News Special (time approximate) 11 PM News 11:30 Tonight Show 1 AM Tomorrow WTVD Ch. 11 Durham (CBS) 7 AM CBS News 8 AM Captain Kangaroo 9 AM Bewitched 9:30 Tattletales (day-behind from 4 PM) 10 AM Price Is Right 11 AM Gambit 11:30 Love Of Life 11:55 News (local) 12 N Young And The Restless 12:30 Search For Tomorrow 1 PM Peggy Mann 1:30 As The World Turns 2:30 Guiding Light 3 PM All In The Family 3:30 Match Game '76 4 PM Partridge Family 4:30 Brady Bunch 5 PM Beverly Hillbillies 5:30 Hogan's Heroes 6 PM News 6:30 CBS News 7 PM Family Affair 7:30 Price Is Right 8 PM Tony Orlando And Dawn ("Hee Haw" regulars Buck Owens, Grandpa Jones, Lulu Roman, Junior Samples, Gordie Tapp, Roni Stoneman, and the Buckaroos) 9 PM Cannon 10 PM The Blue Knight 11 PM News 11:30 CBS Movie: "Twilight Of Honor" WCTI Ch. 12 New Bern (ABC) 6:30 New Zoo Revue 7 AM Good Morning America 9 AM Montage 10 AM Not For Women Only (Part 3 of 5 on gambling; Hugh Downs interviews Vic Damone) 10:30 That Girl 11 AM Edge Of Night 11:30 Happy Days 12 N Let's Make A Deal 12:30 All My Children 1 PM Ryan's Hope 1:30 Rhyme And Reason 2 PM $10,000 Pyramid 2:30 The Neighbors 3 PM General Hospital 3:30 One Life To Live 4 PM Gilligan's Island 4:30 Classic Comedy Hour 5:30 News 6 PM ABC News 6:30 Space: 1999 (the rest of the week Ch. 12 aired "Maverick") 7:30 To Tell The Truth (Bill Cullen, Peggy Cass, Nipsey Russell, Kitty Carlisle) 8 PM Bionic Woman 9 PM Baretta 10 PM Starsky And Hutch 11 PM News 11:30 ABC Movie: "Dead Man On The Run" 1 AM News WXII Ch. 12 Winston-Salem (NBC) 6 AM News 6:10 Today's Meditation 6:15 Carolina Living 6:30 Arthur Smith 6:55 Minister's Study 7 AM Today 9 AM Midmorning 10 AM Phil Donahue (guest: Freddie Prinze) 10:30 Wheel Of Fortune 11:30 Hollywood Squares 12 N Concentration (Jack Narz) 12:30 Take My Advice 12:55 NBC News 1 PM Somerset 1:30 Days Of Our Lives 2:30 The Doctors 3 PM Another World 4 PM Gilligan's Island (Hans Conried as pilot Wrong Way Feldman) 4:30 Adam-12 5 PM Ironside 6 PM News 6:30 NBC News 7 PM To Tell The Truth (Nipsey Russell, Bill Cullen, Peggy Cass, Kitty Carlisle) 7:30 Match Game PM (Marvin Hamlisch, Isabel Sanford, Betty White, Charles Nelson Reilly, Brett Somers, Richard Dawson) 8 PM Little House On The Prairie 9 PM Doctors Hospital 10 PM NBC News Special 11 PM News 11:30 Tonight Show 1 AM Tomorrow WBTW Ch. 13 Florence, SC (CBS/ABC) 6:15 Arthur Smith 6:45 Carolina Almanac 6:55 Jim Nesbitt 7:45 Tell It To The Mayor 8 AM Captain Kangaroo 9 AM CBS News 10 AM Price Is Right 11 AM Gambit 11:30 Love Of Life 11:55 CBS News 12 N Young And The Restless 12:30 Search For Tomorrow 1 PM Ryan's Hope 1:30 As The World Turns 2:30 Guiding Light 3 PM All In The Family 3:30 All My Children 4 PM Edge Of Night 4:30 Gunsmoke 5:30 Happy Days (ABC, delay from 11:30 AM) 6 PM ABC News 6:30 News 7 PM CBS News 7:30 To Tell The Truth (Gene Rayburn, Kitty Carlisle, Bill Cullen, Peggy Cass) 8 PM ACC Basketball: Maryland-N.C. State 10 PM The Blue Knight (time approximate) 11 PM News 11:30 CBS Movie: "Twilight Of Honor" WCCB Ch. 18 Charlotte (ABC) 7 AM Good Morning America 9 AM Phil Donahue (guests: Johnny and Vickie Bench) 10 AM New Zoo Revue 10:30 Not For Women Only (Part 3 of 5 on physical fitness) 11 AM News 11:30 Ladies' Day 12 N Let's Make A Deal 12:30 All My Children 1 PM Ryan's Hope 1:30 Rhyme And Reason 2 PM $10,000 Pyramid 2:30 The Neighbors 3 PM General Hospital 3:30 One Life To Live 4 PM Edge Of Night 4:30 Truth Or Consequences 5 PM Munsters 5:30 Happy Days (delay from 11:30 AM) 6 PM ABC News 6:30 News 7 PM Concentration 7:30 Match Game PM (Pat Crowley, Gary Burghoff, Joyce Bulifant, Charles Nelson Reilly, Brett Somers, Richard Dawson) 8 PM Bionic Woman 9 PM Baretta 10 PM Starsky And Hutch 11 PM Best Of Groucho 11:30 ABC Movie: "Dead Man On The Run" 1 AM News WRDU (WRDC) Ch. 28 Durham (NBC) 7 AM Today 9 AM New Zoo Revue 9:30 Galloping Gourmet 10 AM Celebrity Sweepstakes 10:30 Wheel Of Fortune 11:30 Hollywood Squares 12 N High Rollers 12:30 Take My Advice 12:55 NBC News 1 PM Not For Women Only (Part 3 of 3 on violence in the streets; Hugh Downs talks with criminologist Marvin Wolfgang) 1:30 Days Of Our Lives 2:30 The Doctors 3 PM Another World 4 PM Somerset 4:30 PTL Club 6:30 News 7 PM NBC News 7:30 Lassie 8 PM Little House On The Prairie 9 PM Doctors Hospital 10 PM NBC News Special 11 PM News 11:30 Tonight Show WRET (WCNC) Ch. 36 Charlotte (Ind.) 6:30 Jerry Whitley (local music show, and I assume country music) 7 AM Three Stooges And Pals 8 AM Dennis The Menace 8:30 Father Knows Best 9 AM Movie: "Beyond The Forest" 11 AM PTL Club 1 PM Movie: "My Favorite Wife" 3 PM Popeye And Pals 3:30 Ultraman 4 PM Flintstones 4:30 Leave It To Beaver 5 PM Brady Bunch 5:30 I Love Lucy 6 PM Beverly Hillbillies 6:30 Gomer Pyle, USMC 7 PM Andy Griffith 7:30 Hogan's Heroes 8 PM Untouchables 9 PM Movie: "The President's Analyst" 11 PM Night Gallery 11:30 Movie: "The Kid From Texas" 1:30 News WTVI Ch. 42 Charlotte (PBS) 4 PM Sesame Street 5 PM Electric Company 5:30 Zoom 6 PM Sesame Street 7 PM Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 7:30 You're On! (members of the Contemporary Dance Theatre) 8 PM National Geographic: "Search For The Great Apes" 9 PM Anyone For Tennyson? (Cyril Ritchard and the First Poetry Quartet perform poems from the 18th-century Restoration movement: Charles Sackville, Earl of Dorset; Sir Charles Sedley; John Dryden; William Cavendish, Duke of Newcastle; Aphra Behn; Thomas D'Urley; Ritchard plays the Earl of Rochester) 9:30 Lowell Thomas Remembers (1926: the 150th anniversary of the Declaration of Independence, a gold rush in Nevada, the Florida land boom, the death of Rudolph Valentino, Gertrude Ederle swims the English Channel) 10 PM Erica (needlework) 10:30 Ilona's Palette sign off 11 PM Retro: North Carolina Sunday, January 17, 1965 From TV Guide, North Carolina Edition: WFMY Ch. 2 Greensboro (CBS) 10 AM Light Unto My Path 10:30 Look Up And Live (the third of five programs on Christian unity looks at the history of "symbols and sacraments" from pagan times to today) 11 AM Church Service 12 N Children's Chapel 12:15 Sunday Devotions 12:30 Face The Nation 1 PM Gospel Singers 1:30 Boston Symphony 2:30 CBS Sports Spectacular (a softball game pitting a regulation team from New Rochelle, NY against the four-man King and His Court, featuring Eddie Feigner, who could pitch from just about anywhere on the field; the U.S. Grand Prix from Watkins Glen, NY) 4 PM Alumni Fun (University of Alabama (Mel Allen; James Cannon, senior editor of Newsweek; Montgomery businessman Winton Blount, later Nixon's Postmaster General) vs. Bryn Mawr College (author Emily Kimbrough; Kate Rand Lloyd, associate feature editor of Vogue; Terry Ferner of the New York Herald Tribune)) 4:30 Minority Report 5 PM Sunday With Jack Benny (guest Raymond Burr; Jack dreams he needs Perry Mason's help when he's accused of murder) 5:30 Amateur Hour (from the Miami Beach Auditorium, Ted Mack welcomes the Charlotte Morgan Dancers) 6 PM Twentieth Century (a look at the line separating North and South Korea, where fighting still occasionally erupts) 6:30 World War I ("Over There" looks at America's entry into the war, and the battles of Cantigny, Belleau Wood, and the defeat of Germany's last offensive at Chateau-Thierry.) 7 PM The Wizard Of Oz (Danny Kaye hosts the annual presentation, pre-empts "Lassie," "My Favorite Martian," and "The Ed Sullivan Show," COLOR) 9 PM Drama Special ("The Man Who Bought Paradise" stars Robert Horton as a businessman wanted for misappropriating company funds who breezes into a hotel in a country with no extradition laws.) 10 PM Candid Camera (singer Martha Wright and a young man are trapped in a room when the doorknob comes off) 10:30 What's My Line? 11 PM News, Weather, Sports 11:15 CBS News (Harry Reasoner) 11:30 Naked City WBTV Ch. 3 Charlotte (CBS/ABC) 7 AM Gospel Singing Jubilee 8 AM Gospel Caravan 9 AM Harvesters Quartet 9:30 TV Gospel Time (all-African-American gospel groups; featured today are the Clouds of Joy) 10 AM Light Unto My Path 10:30 Look Up And Live 11 AM Camera Three (the work of American sculptor Alexander Calder, then on display at New York's Guggenheim Museum) 11:30 Big Picture 12 N British Calendar 12:15 Great Moments In Music 12:30 Movie: "The Barefoot Mailman" 2 PM NBA Basketball: Lakers-Hawks (the Hawks were still in St. Louis) (ABC) 4 PM Nursing Film (time approximate) 4:30 TBA 5 PM I've Got A Secret (the panelists from "To Tell The Truth"--Tom Poston, Peggy Cass, Orson Bean, and Kitty Carlisle--have a secret for Bill Cullen, Betsy Palmer, Henry Morgan, and Bess Myerson-tomorrow night the two panels and hosts Bud Collyer ("Truth") and Steve Allen ("Secret") swap shows) 5:30 Porter Wagoner 6 PM Twentieth Century 6:30 Land Of The Free 7 PM The Wizard Of Oz (COLOR) 9 PM Alfred Hitchcock Hour (NBC, delay from Mon 10 PM) 10 PM Candid Camera 10:30 What's My Line? 11 PM CBS News 11:15 Movie: "Mr. Blandings Builds His Dream House" WWAY Ch. 3 Wilmington (ABC) 10:30 Beany And Cecil 11 AM Bullwinkle 11:30 Discovery '65 (Frank Buxton and Virginia Gibson tour the snake house at the Bronx Zoo.) 12 N Faith For Today 12:30 This Is The Life 1 PM The Way 1:30 Trails West 2 PM NBA Basketball: Lakers-Hawks 4 PM Shell's Wonderful World Of Golf (season premiere: Dave Marr vs. Bernard Hunt at England's Sunningdale Golf Club, time approximate, COLOR) 5 PM Science All Stars (guest is nuclear physicist Dr. Edward Teller; showing their exhibits: Pam Feeney (growth of plants), Kevin Glading (vibration), Robert Sturges (computer-operated railroad)-host Don Morrow once said this is the one show he did that he wishes was still on the air) 5:30 Movie: "Guns Of The Timberland" 7:30 Wagon Train 8:30 Broadside (female "McHale's Navy" with Kathleen Nolan--also watch for Dick Sargent (why he turned down "Bewitched" at the time) and Edward Andrews) 9 PM ABC Movie: "Exodus" (conclusion, COLOR) sign off 11:15 PM WUNC Ch. 4 Chapel Hill (NET) 3 PM French Chef 3:30 89th Congress (topic: the controversy surrounding federal aid to education and how the new Congress might respond to legislation on the issue) 4 PM Spectrum (a brain operation used to study the central nervous system; the chemical study of a marine organism known as the sea pansy) 4:30 Conversation With Eric Hoffer (Hoffer maintains it is the West, not the East, that is harder to understand because change never seems to come without violence.) 5 PM Performance (music) 5:30 Changing World (a CBC documentary on Chinese life, filmed within the country) 7 PM At Issue (the problems facing President Johnson in his first full term in office) 8 PM Houston Symphony WRAL Ch. 5 Raleigh (ABC/NBC) 7:30 Big Picture 8 AM Musical Meditations 8:15 Christopher Program 8:30 This Is The Life 9 AM Gospel Caravan 9:30 Lone Ranger 10 AM TBA 10:30 Beany And Cecil 11 AM Light Unto My Path 12 N Bullwinkle 12:30 Oral Roberts 1 PM Church Of Our Fathers 1:30 Circuit Rider 2 PM NBA Basketball: Lakers-Hawks 4 PM TBA (time approximate) 5 PM Wide World Of Sports (the World Indoor Midget Auto Racing Championship from Rochester, NY; the World Professional Figure Skating Championship from Lake Placid, NY, delay from Sat 5 PM) 6:30 Jonny Quest (delay from Thu 7:30, not listed as being in color) 7 PM My Three Sons (delay from Thu 8:30) 7:30 Wagon Train 8:30 Broadside 9 PM ABC Movie: "Exodus" (conclusion, COLOR) 11:15 ABC Scope (delay from Wed 10:30) 11:45 Great Moments In Music WECT Ch. 6 Wilmington (NBC/CBS) 8 AM Robin Hood 8:30 Bob Poole's Gospel Favorites 9:30 TV Gospel Time (same as WBTV) 10 AM The Answer 10:30 Children's Gospel Hour 11 AM Light Unto My Path 12 N Big Picture 12:30 Mr. Wizard 1 PM Oral Roberts 1:30 Catholic Hour ("The Renaissance and the Reformation" covers the Fifth Lateran Council in Rome (1512) and the Council of Trent (1545)) 2 PM TBA 3 PM Sunday (a tour of the USS Bainbridge, an atomic-powered frigate, to report on what might happen in battle between a nuclear sub and a nuclear surface vessel) 4 PM NBC Sports In Action (debut of one of NBC's many attempts to copy "Wide World Of Sports"; today, the Oberstdorf Ski Jump (in black and white) from Oberstdorf, Germany; the Swamp Buggy Derby (in color) from Naples, FL) 5 PM Wild Kingdom (Marlin Perkins and Jim Fowler go to Africa to study the family life of the elephant, COLOR) 5:30 GE College Bowl (Lawrence University of Appleton, WI, attempts to become a five-time undefeated champion against a team from the University of Bridgeport (CT), COLOR) 6 PM Meet The Press (guest is Republican National Committee chair Dean Burch, COLOR) 6:30 Profiles In Courage (It is 1838: will the Mormons be allowed to remain in Missouri? Gen. Alexander Doniphan, sympathetic to the Mormons, clashes with the leader of the state militia, who wants them out.) 7:30 Walt Disney's Wonderful World Of Color ("Chico, The Misunderstood Coyote" is captured by a rancher and sold to a run-down zoo, COLOR) 8:30 Andy Griffith (CBS, delay from Mon 8:30) 9 PM Bonanza (COLOR) 10 PM The Rogues (a show which should have made it; the adventures of a suave family of thieves, played by David Niven, Charles Boyer, and Gig Young) 11 PM 87th Precinct WITN Ch. 7 Washington, NC (NBC) 7:30 Trails West 8 AM Peter Potamus 8:30 A.A. Allen Revival Hour 9 AM Singin' Time In Dixie 10 AM This Is The Life 10:30 Smiley O'Brien (this may be a country-music show, I don't recall) 11 AM The Answer 11:30 Church In The Home 12 N Gospel Favorites (not Bob Poole's program, but somebody whose last name was Ball, IIRC) 12:30 Oral Roberts 1 PM Movie: "The Scarlet Coat" 3 PM Sunday 4 PM NBC Sports In Action 5 PM Wild Kingdom (COLOR) 5:30 GE College Bowl (COLOR) 6 PM Tales Of Wells Fargo 6:30 Profiles In Courage 7:30 Walt Disney's Wonderful World Of Color (COLOR) 8:30 Bill Dana (series based on Dana's Jose Jimenez character; "Branded" will take over this slot the following week) 9 PM Bonanza (COLOR) 10 PM The Rogues 11 PM Movie: "Bad For Each Other" WGHP Ch. 8 High Point (ABC) 8 AM The Answer 8:30 Gospel Caravan 9:30 TV Gospel Time (same as WBTV) 10 AM Faith For Today 10:30 Beany And Cecil 11 AM Bullwinkle 11:30 Discovery '65 12 N Christophers 12:30 Jim Walter Jubilee (Bonnie Lou and Buster) 1 PM Directions '65 (the life and works of German novelist and short-story writer Franz Kafka) 1:30 High Point College (now High Point University) Basketball Highlights 2 PM NBA Basketball: Lakers-Hawks 4 PM Shell's Wonderful World Of Golf (time approximate, COLOR) 5 PM Science All Stars 5:30 Story Of Stones (longtime advertising vehicle for local jeweler Schiffman's) 5:45 Outdoorsman 6 PM UNC Basketball Highlights (coach Dean Smith) 6:30 Flintstones (COLOR, delay from Fri 7:30) 7 PM Addams Family (delay from Fri 8:30) 7:30 Wagon Train 8:30 Broadside 9 PM ABC Movie: "Exodus" (conclusion, COLOR) 11:15 Untouchables WNCT Ch. 9 Greenville, NC (CBS) 8 AM Lessons For Living 8:30 Bob Poole's Gospel Favorites 9:30 Shultz Show (I never knew what this was, except some sort of variety show--WKYT Lexington carried it as well.) 10 AM Lamp Unto My Feet (an experimental Lutheran elementary school in a "culturally deprived" Chicago suburb) 10:30 Look Up And Live 11 AM Camera Three 11:30 Light Unto My Path 12 N Let's Go To College 12:30 Face The Nation 1 PM Checkmate 2 PM Greatest Headlines Of The Century 2:15 Timely Tips (Corinne Rickert with an expanded edition of her daily 1:25-1:30 show) 2:30 CBS Sports Spectacular 4 PM Alumni Fun 4:30 Real McCoys (rerunning on CBS as "The McCoys") 5 PM Sunday With Jack Benny 5:30 Amateur Hour 6 PM Twentieth Century 6:30 World War I 7 PM The Wizard Of Oz (COLOR) 9 PM Drama Special (see Ch. 2) 10 PM Candid Camera 10:30 What's My Line? 11 PM CBS News 11:15 Great Moments In Music 11:30 Movie: "Stage Fright" WSOC Ch. 9 Charlotte (NBC/ABC) 7:15 Living Word (COLOR) 7:30 Bob Poole's Gospel Favorites 8:30 Gospel Train 9:30 Hour Of Opportunity 10 AM Discovery '65 (Frank and "Ginny" visit the Bronx Zoo to learn how animals adapt to their environments, delay from 11:30 AM) 10:30 Beany And Cecil 11 AM Church Service 12 N Championship Bowling (George Howard vs. Don Scott) 1 PM Movies: "The Jungle Girl" and "Hercules" (Steve Reeves version from '59) 4 PM NBC Sports In Action (this may be a typo, since TV Guide also shows "Valentine's Day" (ABC, delay from Fri 9 PM) at 4, and "Kentucky Jones" (NBC, delay from Sat 8 PM) at 4:30--I also don't recall "Sports In Action" on Ch. 9 when NBC aired it just before primetime on Sundays that summer) 5 PM Wild Kingdom (COLOR) 5:30 GE College Bowl (COLOR) 6 PM Meet The Press (COLOR) 6:30 Wagon Train 7:30 Walt Disney's Wonderful World Of Color (COLOR) 8:30 Broadside 9 PM Bonanza (COLOR) 10 PM ABC Movie: "Exodus" (conclusion, not listed as being in color) sign off 12:15 AM WTVD Ch. 11 Durham (CBS/NBC) 7 AM Sunrise Semester: "Mathematics In Western Culture" 7:30 Bob Poole's Gospel Favorites 8:30 Gospel Singing Jubilee 9:30 Movie: "My Man Godfrey" (rather appropriate, since Jan. 16 was the anniversary of co-star Carole Lombard's 1942 death in a Nevada plane crash) 11 AM Camera Three 11:30 Exploring (NBC, delay from Sat 12 N, COLOR) 12:30 Face The Nation 1 PM Amateur Hour (from Miami Beach, Ted Mack welcomes Chuck Wilson's dance trio; ukulele player Charles Ost; ladder trapeze performer Jinx Barnes; pop vocalist Sandra Lee Keck, delay from 5:30--interestingly, Ted shared facilities with Ed Sullivan in New York and Jackie Gleason in Miami) 1:30 Profiles In Courage (1946: Sen. Robert Taft protests what he perceives are unconstitutionalities in the Nuremberg war-crimes trials, delay from 6:30 PM) 2:30 CBS Sports Spectacular 4 PM NBC Sports In Action 5 PM International Showtime (the Austrian Ice Fantasy from Munich, delay from Fri 7:30) 6 PM Twentieth Century 6:30 Mister Ed (CBS, delay from Wed 7:30) 7 PM The Wizard Of Oz (COLOR) 9 PM Bonanza (COLOR) 10 PM Candid Camera 10:30 What's My Line? 11 PM CBS News 11:15 Movie: "The Magic Carpet" (Lucille Ball made this one in '51 and I think she was pregnant with Lucie Arnaz at the time.) WNBE (WCTI) Ch. 12 New Bern (ABC) 7:30 Organ Reflections 8 AM TV Gospel Time (the Omega Baptist Church Choir, Bessie Griffin and the Rasberries--not to be confused with the '70s rock group the Raspberries) 8:30 Faith For Today 9 AM Gospel Caravan 10 AM Faith For Everyone 10:30 Beany And Cecil 11 AM Bullwinkle 11:30 Discovery '65 12 N Church Service 12:30 Scope (local) 1 PM Directions '65 1:30 nothing listed, may be "Issues And Answers" 2 PM NBA Basketball: Lakers-Hawks 4 PM Shell's Wonderful World Golf (COLOR, time approximate) 5 PM Science All Stars 5:30 Eagle, Globe And Anchor 6 PM Whirlybirds 6:30 Death Valley Days 7 PM Have Gun, Will Travel 7:30 Wagon Train 8:30 Broadside 9 PM ABC Movie: "Exodus" (conclusion, COLOR) 11:15 The Law And You 11:30 Championship Bowling WSJS (WXII) Ch. 12 Winston-Salem (NBC) 8 AM Sunday Sermon 8:15 Spiritualaires 8:30 Bob Poole's Gospel Favorites 9:30 Movie: "Ride, Ranger, Ride" (Gene Autry) 10:30 Industry On Parade 10:45 British Calendar 11 AM Church Service 12 N Big Picture 12:30 Mr. Wizard 1 PM Navy Film 1:30 Catholic Hour 2 PM Lone Ranger 2:30 Broken Arrow 3 PM Sunday 4 PM NBC Sports In Action 5 PM Wild Kingdom (COLOR) 5:30 GE College Bowl (COLOR) 6 PM Meet The Press (COLOR) 6:30 Profiles In Courage 7:30 Walt Disney's Wonderful World Of Color (COLOR) 8:30 Bill Dana 9 PM Bonanza (COLOR) 10 PM The Rogues 11 PM Hawaiian Eye Retro: Western Washington Mon, Jan 16, 1956 from TV Guide-Washington State edition CBUT 2-CBC Vancouver 2:30pm Movie: TBA 4:00 Open House 4:30 Aubrey & Gus 5:00 Adventures of Long John Silver "Tale of a Tooth" 5:30 Howdy Doody 6:00 Guy Lombardo 6:30 Lilli Palmer 6:45 CBC News (Tom Robinson) 7:00 Almanac (Bellman) 7:30 Star of the Story (tonight's star is conductor David Rose) 8:00 Sid Caesar 9:00 Medic "The World So High" 9:30 Denny Vaughan (guest Stan Freeman) 10:00 Studio One "Dino" 11:00 Window of Canada 11:30 Movie: TBA (listed as drama) 12:30 News KOMO 4-NBC Seattle 7:50 Note of Faith 7:55 Farm Market Report 8:00 Today (Dave Garroway starts a week in Florida with a visit to Cypress Gardens) 9:00 Tennessee Ernie Ford 9:30 Feather Your Nest 10:00 Ding Dong School 10:30 Ernie Kovacs 11:00 Home (Arlene Francis shows films of her trip to Tokyo) noon Matinee "The Old Maid" (c) 1:00 Date with Life 1:15 Modern Romances 1:30 Queen for a Day 2:00 Cookbook Quiz (Sollal Grange, North Bend v Me-Too Club, Royal Neighbors Lodge) 2:30 Movietime "Castle in the Desert" 4:00 Cliff Carl 4:45 Play Time 5:00 Pinky Lee 5:30 Howdy Doody 6:00 My Little Margie 6:30 News (Herb Robinson) 7:00 Ken Murray 7:30 Tony Martin 7:45 NBC News 8:00 Sid Caesar 9:00 Medic "The Laughter and the Weeping" 9:30 Robert Montgomery Presents "The Tyrant" 10:30 Les Paul & Mary Ford 10:35 Curtain Time "My Daughter Joy" mid. News 12:05 Note of Faith KING 5-ABC Seattle 8:55 Farm Summary 9:00 Cartoon Carnival 9:30 TeleScope (Franklin) 10:30 Movie "The Jungle" 11:30 Community Workshop (the Seattle Art Museum presents textile company designer Jack Larson) noon Wunda Wunda "The Battle of the Fireflies and the Apes" 12:30 Afternoon Film Festival: the Sunday program expands to weekdays, debuting with "The Lady Vanishes" (this series focused on UK films) 2:00 King's Queen 2:30 King's Kamera Matinee (Bill & Cheri Corcoran, includes I Married Joan) 4:00 Stan Boreson 4:30 Sheriff Tex 5:00 Mickey Mouse Club 6:00 Soldiers of Fortune "Torch of the Olympiad" 6:30 News (Charles Herring) 7:00 Judge Roy Bean "Law of the Pecos" 7:30 Stage 5 8:00 TV Reader's Digest "The Man Who Beat Death" (the story of tennis star William Talbert, who plays himself) 8:30 Voice of Firestone (guest Eugene Conley) 9:00 What's the Story? 9:30 Medical Horizons (the University of Colorado's School of Medicine studies klutzes) 10:00 Ethel & Albert 10:30 News (Dick Ross) 10:40 Follow That Man "Connecticut State Police Story" 11:10 The Hunter 11:40 News KCTS 9-Edu Seattle 1:15pm Transportation (Port of Seattle PR Director Howard Burke) 1:45 Exploring with Science "The Salmon" (pt 2) --6:00 Hobby House (making mobiles) 6:30 How to Play Basketball (Cliff Peek/Wally Thoemke) 7:00 Introduction to Education (Prof. George Keough) 7:30 Intermediate Algebra (Prof. Carl Allendoerfer) 8:00 Of Men & Ideas "Imagination: Should We Sleep on It?" (T.V. Smith) 8:30 High School Ensembles: musicians from Franklin High KTNT 11-CBS Tacoma 7:55 News 8:00 Panorama Pacific 9:00 Valiant Lady 9:15 Love of Life 9:30 Search for Tomorrow 9:45 Guiding Light 10:00 Jack Paar 10:30 Love Story 11:00 Robert Q. Lewis 11:30 Linkletter's House Party (guest: make-up expert Art Westmore) noon Big Payoff 12:30 Bob Crosby 1:00 Brighter Day 1:15 Secret Storm 1:30 On Your Account 2:00 Cartoon Carnival 2:30 Home Show (Peg Carpenter) 3:00 Garry Moore 3:30 Arthur Godfrey 4:30 Strike It Rich 5:00 Cartoon Special (no other info listed) 6:15 CBS News 6:30 Robin Hood "The Brothers" 7:00 Studio One "The Bounty Hunters" 8:00 Burns & Allen 8:30 Arthur Godfrey's Talent Scouts 9:00 I Love Lucy 9:30 December Bride 10:00 I Led Three Lives 10:30 News (Rinaker) 10:45 Late Show "Strange Illusion" mid. News KVOS 12-CBS Bellingham 1:45pm Channel 12 Matinee "Thunder Rock" 3:30 Variety Playhouse "Fall Guy" 4:45 Love of Life 5:00 Movie: TBA (listed as Western) 6:00 Cartoon Theater 6:15 Family Theater "Beggars in Ermine" 7:30 Superman 8:00 Hollywood Wrestling 9:00 I Love Lucy 9:30 Mr. District Attorney 10:00 Highway Patrol 10:30 Candlelight Theater "High Lonesome" KTVW 13-Ind Seattle 2pm Club Matinee (O'Brien) "Gambling Daughters"/"Search for Danger" 5:00 Wally's Hi-Jinks (Wally visits Tahoma High) 6:00 Ruggles 6:30 Life with the Erwins 7:00 Ramar of the Jungle 7:30 Foreign Intrigue 8:00 Boxing: Seattle's Trianon Ballroom hosts Madison Square Kindergarten 8:30 Seattle Wrestling 9:45 Sports (Dorohoy, with Huntington taking over at 10) 10:30 Theater 13 "Leave It to the Marines" 11:35 Greatest Fights of the Century mid. Ramar of the Jungle 12:30 Life with the Erwins 1:00 Foreign Intrigue 1:30 Swing Shift Theatre "Long Voyage Home" RETRO: ATLANTA - 11/13/1997 Thursday, November 13, 1997 WSB-TV ABC2 05:00AM News 05:30AM News 06:00AM News 07:00AM Good Morning America 09:00AM Regis & Kathie Lee 10:00AM Jenny Jones 11:00AM Maury 12:00PM News 12:30PM Port Charles 01:00PM All My Children 02:00PM One Life to Live 03:00PM General Hospital 04:00PM Oprah Winfrey 05:00PM News 06:00PM News 07:00PM ABC News 07:30PM Entertainment Tonight 08:00PM Nothing Sacred 09:00PM Cracker 10:00PM 20/20 11:00PM News 11:35PM Nightline 12:06AM Hard Copy 12:36AM Politically Incorrect 01:06AM Jenny Jones 02:06AM The View 03:06AM ABC World News Now WAGA-TV FOX5 05:00AM Strange Universe 05:30AM EXTRA 06:00AM Good Day Atlanta 09:00AM People's Court 10:00AM Sally 11:00AM Judge Judy 11:30AM Judge Judy 12:00PM News 12:30PM Pictionary 01:00PM In the Heat of the Night 02:00PM Sally 03:00PM Rosie O'Donnell 04:00PM Jerry Springer 05:00PM News 06:00PM News 07:00PM EXTRA 07:30PM Home Improvement 08:00PM Living Single 08:30PM Between Brothers 09:00PM World's Scariest Police Chases 10:00PM News 11:00PM Keenen Ivory Wayans 12:00AM M*A*S*H 12:30AM Cops 01:00AM News 02:00AM Cops 02:30AM Real Stories of the Highway Patrol 03:00AM Home Team with Terry Bradshaw 04:00AM Streets of San Francisco WXIA-TV NBC11 05:00AM News 05:30AM News 06:00AM News 07:00AM Today 09:00AM Alive's Peachtree Morning 10:00AM Martha Stewart Living 10:30AM Gayle King 11:00AM News 12:00PM Leeza 01:00PM Sunset Beach 02:00PM Another World 03:00PM Days of Our Lives 04:00PM Montel Williams 05:00PM News 06:00PM News 06:30PM NBC News 07:00PM Wheel of Fortune 07:30PM Jeopardy! 08:00PM Friends 08:30PM Union Square 09:00PM Seinfeld 09:30PM Veronica's Closet 10:00PM ER 11:00PM News 11:35PM The Tonight Show with Jay Leno 12:37AM Late Night with Conan O'Brien 01:36AM Later 02:05AM Arthel & Fred 03:05AM NBC News Nightside WATL-TV WB36 05:00AM America's Dumbest Criminals 05:30AM Kenneth Copeland 06:00AM Garfield and Friends 06:30AM The Bugs n' Daffy Show 07:00AM Animaniacs 07:30AM Pinky & the Brain 08:00AM The New Superman/Batman Adventures 08:30AM Bobby's World 09:00AM MOVIE: American Roulette 11:00AM Newlywed Game 11:30AM Dating Game 12:00PM Ricki Lake 01:00PM Paid Programming 01:30PM The New Adventures of Captain Planet 02:00PM Casper 02:30PM Spider-Man 03:00PM BeetleBorgs Metallix 03:30PM Power Rangers Turbo 04:00PM Goosebumps 04:30PM A Different World 05:00PM Ricki Lake 06:00PM Fresh Prince of Bel-Air 06:30PM Hangin' with Mr. Cooper 07:00PM The Simpsons 07:30PM Living Single 08:00PM MOVIE: Rambo III 10:00PM Seinfeld 10:30PM Living Single 11:00PM Vibe 12:00AM Married...with Children 12:30AM Cheers 01:00AM Paid Programming 01:30AM Paid Programming 02:00AM Paid Programming 02:30AM America's Dumbest Criminals 03:00AM Earth: Final Conflict 04:00AM The Entertainers WGNX-TV CBS46 06:00AM CBS News 06:30AM CBS News 07:00AM This Morning 09:00AM Roseanne 09:30AM Roseanne 10:00AM Geraldo Rivera 11:00AM The Price is Right 12:00PM News 12:30PM Young & the Restless 01:30PM Bold & the Beautiful 02:00PM As the World Turns 03:00PM Guiding Light 04:00PM Geraldo Rivera 05:00PM Access Hollywood 05:30PM American Journal 06:00PM News 06:30PM CBS News 07:00PM Inside Edition 07:30PM Real TV 08:00PM Promised Land 09:00PM Diagnosis Murder 10:00PM Unsolved Mysteries 11:00PM News 11:35PM Late Show with David Letterman 12:37AM Late Late Show with Tom Snyder 01:37AM Psychic Readers 02:07AM Up to the Minute WUPA-TV UPN69 05:00AM Paid Programming 05:30AM This Morning's Business 06:00AM Iron Man 06:30AM Bananas in Pajamas & the Crayon Box 07:00AM X-Men 07:30AM Mummies Alive! 08:00AM DuckTales 08:30AM Mr. Men 09:00AM T.J. Hooker 10:00AM MOVIE: The Package 12:00PM All in the Family 12:30PM All in the Family 01:00PM We Love Lucy 01:30PM We Love Lucy 02:00PM Quack Pack 02:30PM 101 Dalmatians 03:00PM Wacky World of Tex Avery 03:30PM Breaker High 04:00PM Sweet Valley High 04:30PM Boy Meets World 05:00PM Beverly Hills, 90210 06:00PM Mad About You 06:30PM Mad About You 07:00PM Frasier 07:30PM Martin 08:00PM MOVIE: Extreme Justice 10:00PM Martin 10:30PM Sanford & Son 11:00PM Good Times 11:30PM 227 12:00AM 227 12:30AM Grace Under Fire 01:00AM Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman 02:00AM Paid Programming 02:30AM Paid Programming 03:00AM Paid Programming 03:30AM Paid Programming 04:00AM Paid Programming 04:30AM Paid Programming Cable: CNN - Cable News Network 07:00AM Early Edition 09:00AM Morning News 11:30AM CNN & Company 12:00PM NewsDay 12:30PM Burden of Proof 01:00PM CNN Today 03:00PM Talkback Live 04:00PM Inside Politics 04:30PM Early Prime 05:30PM Showbiz Today 06:00PM World View 07:00PM Moneyline 07:30PM Crossfire 08:00PM Prime News 08:30PM Burden of Proof 09:00PM Larry King Live 10:00PM World Today 11:00PM CNN Sports Illustrated 11:30PM Moneyline 12:00AM NewsNight 12:30AM Showbiz Today 01:00AM Burden of Proof TBS Superstation 05:05AM Gomer Pyle, U.S.M.C. 05:35AM CNN Headline News 06:05AM The Jetsons 06:35AM Scooby-Doo 07:05AM Scooby-Doo 07:35AM Gilligan's Island 08:05AM The Brady Bunch 08:35AM Amen 09:05AM Little House: A New Beginning 10:05AM Mama's Family 10:35AM Mama's Family 11:05AM Andy Griffith 11:35AM Andy Griffith 12:05PM Matlock 01:05PM MOVIE: Perry Mason: The Case of the Glass Coffin 03:05PM The Flintstones 03:35PM The Flintstones 04:05PM Looney Tunes 04:35PM California Dreams 05:05PM Saved by the Bell 05:35PM Saved by the Bell 06:05PM Family Matters 06:35PM Family Matters 07:05PM Coach 07:35PM Coach 08:05PM MOVIE: Fire Birds 10:05PM MOVIE: Flight of the Intruder 12:35AM MOVIE: Company Business 02:35AM MOVIE: The Forgotten 04:35AM Beverly Hillbillies Cartoon Network 05:00AM Bugs & Daffy 06:00AM Yogi Bear 06:30AM Quick Draw McGraw 07:00AM Acme Hour 08:00AM Taz-Mania 08:30AM Richie Rich 09:00AM Jabberjaw 09:30AM Scooby-Doo 10:00AM Tom & Jerry 10:30AM Tom & Jerry 11:00AM The Flintstones 11:30AM The Flintstones 12:00PM The New Scooby-Doo Movies 01:00PM The Woody Woodpecker Show 01:30PM The Jetsons 02:00PM Acme Hour 03:00PM Thundarr the Barbarian 03:30PM Jonny Quest 04:00PM ThunderCats 04:30PM Cartoon Roulette 04:45PM Voltron 05:15PM Cartoon Roulette 05:30PM The Real Adventures of Jonny Quest 06:00PM Super Friends 06:30PM The Addams Family (cartoon) 07:00PM Scooby-Doo 07:30PM 2 Stupid Dogs 08:00PM Wind-Up Wolf 08:30PM The Flintstones 09:00PM The Jetsons 09:30PM Bugs & Daffy 10:00PM Tom & Jerry 10:30PM Scooby-Doo 11:00PM Speed Racer 11:30PM Jonny Quest 12:00AM Wind-Up Wolf 12:30AM The Flintstones 01:00AM The Jetsons 01:30AM Bugs & Daffy 02:00AM Tom & Jerry 02:30AM Scooby-Doo 03:00AM The Rocky and Bullwinkle Show 03:30AM The Jetsons 04:00AM Speed Racer 04:30AM Jonny Quest TNT - Turner Network Television 06:00AM The Real Adventures of Jonny Quest 06:30AM Taz-Mania 07:00AM Bugs, Bunny, Bugs Bunny, Rah! Rah! Rah! 08:00AM The New Scooby-Doo Movies 09:00AM The Flintstones 09:30AM The Flintstones 10:00AM Gilligan's Island 10:30AM Gilligan's Island 11:00AM Spenser: For Hire 12:00PM MOVIE: Dirty Dozen: The Next Mission 02:00PM MOVIE: Hornets' Nest 04:00PM Lonesome Dove: The Series 05:00PM In the Heat of the Night 06:00PM Kung Fu: The Legend Continues 07:00PM Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman 08:00PM MOVIE: Fatal Beauty 10:30PM Rough Cut 11:00PM MOVIE: The Great Santini 01:45AM Rough Cut 02:15AM MOVIE: Vestige of Honor 04:30AM Kung Fu RETRO: ATLANTA - 2/01/1999 Monday, February 1, 1999 WSB-TV ABC2 05:00AM News 05:30AM News 06:00AM News 07:00AM Good Morning America 09:00AM Regis & Kathie Lee 10:00AM Jenny Jones 11:00AM Maury 12:00PM News 12:30PM Port Charles 01:00PM All My Children 02:00PM One Life to Live 03:00PM General Hospital 04:00PM Oprah Winfrey 05:00PM News 06:00PM News 07:00PM ABC News 07:30PM Entertainment Tonight 08:00PM 20/20 09:00PM MOVIE: Tom Clancy's Netforce 11:00PM News 11:35PM Nightline 12:06AM Hard Copy 12:36AM Politically Incorrect 01:06AM Jenny Jones 02:06AM The View 03:06AM ABC World News Now WAGA-TV FOX5 05:00AM Forgive or Forget 06:00AM Good Day Atlanta 09:00AM People's Court 10:00AM Sally 11:00AM Judge Judy 11:30AM Judge Judy 12:00PM News 12:30PM Judge Joe Brown 01:00PM Forgive or Forget 02:00PM Donny & Marie 03:00PM Rosie O'Donnell 04:00PM Jerry Springer 05:00PM News 06:00PM News 07:00PM EXTRA 07:30PM Home Improvement 08:00PM TV Guide Awards 10:00PM News 11:00PM Jerry Springer 12:00AM M*A*S*H 12:30AM Cops 01:00AM News 02:00AM In the Heat of the Night 03:00AM Sally 04:00AM Paid Programming 04:30AM EXTRA WXIA-TV NBC11 05:05AM News 05:30AM News 06:00AM News 07:00AM Today 09:00AM Alive's Peachtree Morning 10:00AM Howie Mandel 11:00AM Leeza 12:00PM News 12:30PM Martha Stewart Living 01:00PM Sunset Beach 02:00PM Another World 03:00PM Montel Williams 04:00PM Days of Our Lives 05:00PM News 06:00PM News 06:30PM NBC News 07:00PM Wheel of Fortune 07:30PM Jeopardy! 08:00PM MOVIE: Vanished Without a Trace 10:00PM Dateline NBC 11:00PM News 11:35PM The Tonight Show with Jay Leno 12:37AM Late Night with Conan O'Brien 01:36AM Later 02:05AM News 02:35AM Martha Stewart Living 03:05AM Sunset Beach 04:00AM The Tonight Show with Jay Leno WATL-TV WB36 05:30AM Kenneth Copeland 06:00AM Garfield and Friends 06:30AM The Magic School Bus 07:00AM Pinky and the Brain 07:30AM Histeria! 08:00AM The New Superman/Batman Adventures 08:30AM The New Superman/Batman Adventures 09:00AM Happy Days 09:30AM Laverne & Shirley 10:00AM Murphy Brown 10:30AM America's Funniest Home Videos 11:00AM Newlywed Game 11:30AM Dating Game 12:00PM Ricki Lake 01:00PM 700 Club 01:30PM Animaniacs 02:00PM Life with Louie 02:30PM Spider-Man 03:00PM Young Hercules 03:30PM Power Rangers in Space 04:00PM The Mystic Knights of Tir Na Nog 04:30PM Fresh Prince of Bel-Air 05:00PM Ricki Lake 06:00PM Fresh Prince of Bel-Air 06:30PM The Simpsons 07:00PM Friends 07:30PM Living Single 08:00PM 7th Heaven 09:00PM Hyperion Bay 10:00PM Seinfeld 10:30PM Friends 11:00PM NewsRadio 11:30PM The Simpsons 12:00AM Married...with Children 12:30AM Cheers 01:00AM World Vision 02:00AM SIGN-OFF WGNX-TV CBS46 06:00AM CBS News 06:30AM CBS News 07:00AM This Morning 09:00AM Access Hollywood 09:30AM Real TV 10:00AM Judge Mills Lane 10:30AM Match Game 11:00AM The Price is Right 12:00PM News 12:30PM Young & the Restless 01:30PM Bold & the Beautiful 02:00PM As the World Turns 03:00PM Guiding Light 04:00PM Judge Mills Lane 04:30PM Real TV 05:00PM Roseanne Show 06:00PM News 06:30PM CBS News 07:00PM Inside Edition 07:30PM Hollywood Squares 08:00PM Cosby 08:30PM The King of Queens 09:00PM Everybody Loves Raymond 09:30PM Becker 10:00PM L.A. Doctors 11:00PM News 11:35PM Late Show with David Letterman 12:37AM Late Late Show with Tom Snyder 01:37AM Paid Programming 02:07AM Access Hollywood 02:37AM Up to the Minute WUPA-TV UPN69 05:00AM Paid Programming 05:30AM This Morning's Business 06:00AM Creflo Dollar Jr. 06:30AM Out of This World 07:00AM Beast Wars: Transformers 07:30AM RoboCop: Alpha Commando 08:00AM Wacky World of Tex Avery 08:30AM Diff'rent Strokes 09:00AM What's Happening!! 09:30AM Amen 10:00AM Change of Heart 10:30AM Love Connection 11:00AM The Nanny 11:30AM Grace Under Fire 12:00PM All in the Family 12:30PM All in the Family 01:00PM We Love Lucy 01:30PM We Love Lucy 02:00PM What's Happening Now!! 02:30PM Boy Meets World 03:00PM Pokémon 03:30PM DuckTales 04:00PM Hercules 04:30PM Doug 05:00PM Sister, Sister 05:30PM Sister, Sister 06:00PM Mad About You 06:30PM Mad About You 07:00PM Frasier 07:30PM Frasier 08:00PM Dilbert 08:30PM DiResta 09:00PM The Sentinel 10:00PM Martin 10:30PM Sanford & Son 11:00PM Good Times 11:30PM 227 12:00AM Change of Heart 12:30AM Love Connection 01:00AM The Nanny 01:30AM LAPD: Life on the Beat 02:00AM Paid Programming 02:30AM Paid Programming 03:00AM Cannon 04:00AM Paid Programming 04:30AM Paid Programming Cable: TBS Superstation 04:58AM Andy Griffith 05:28AM Andy Griffith 06:00AM Coach 06:30AM Three's Company 07:00AM Saved by the Bell 07:30AM Saved by the Bell 08:00AM Beverly Hillbillies 08:30AM Beverly Hillbillies 09:00AM Little House on the Prairie 10:00AM Little House on the Prairie 11:00AM Andy Griffith 11:30AM Andy Griffith 12:00PM Matlock 01:00PM Hunter 02:00PM MOVIE: Snow Kill 04:05PM Mama's Family 04:35PM Mama's Family 05:05PM Full House 05:35PM Full House 06:05PM Family Matters 06:35PM Family Matters 07:05PM Roseanne 07:35PM Roseanne 08:05PM MOVIE: Edward Scissorhands 10:05PM MOVIE: Red Dawn 12:45AM MOVIE: The Border 03:05AM Perry Mason 04:05AM CHiPs Retro: North Carolina Saturday, January 16, 1965 From TV Guide, North Carolina Edition: WFMY Ch. 2 Greensboro (CBS) 7 AM Sunrise Semester: "Mathematics In Western Culture" 7:30 Cartoon Theatre 8 AM Mister Mayor (Bob Keeshan's attempt to replace "Captain Kangaroo" on Saturdays-unlike "Captain," he owned this show but it lasted one season, although some characters, such as the Town Clown, were incorporated into "Captain" after this show left the air.) 9 AM The Alvin Show 9:30 Tennessee Tuxedo 10 AM Popeye Theatre 10:30 Mighty Mouse 11 AM Linus The Lionhearted 11:30 Jetsons 12 N Sky King 12:30 My Friend Flicka 1 PM Us! (local show with Ch. 2 legend Dave Wright) 1:30 Cartoon Theatre 1:45 Vic Bubas Show (Duke basketball highlights) 2 PM ACC Basketball: Duke-Wake Forest 3:30 Sports Film (time approximate) 4 PM CBS Golf Classic: Lionel and Jay Hebert vs. Mason Rudolph and Tommy Jacobs (time approximate) 5 PM Robin Hood 5:30 Munsters (delay from Thu 7:30) 6 PM Porter Wagoner 6:30 Wilburn Brothers 7 PM Password (Lucille Ball and husband Gary Morton, delay from Thu 9 PM) 7:30 Jackie Gleason (guest: comedian Allan Drake; Crazy Guggenheim tells Joe the Bartender his version of "The Count Of Monte Cristo") 8:30 Gilligan's Island 9 PM The Entertainers (guests: Boris Karloff and Chita Rivera) 10 PM Gunsmoke 11 PM News, Weather, Sports 11:20 Movie: "Stop, You're Killing Me" WBTV Ch. 3 Charlotte (CBS/ABC) 6:30 Sunrise Semester 7 AM Carolina Calling (Arthur Smith) 8 AM Mister Mayor 9 AM The Alvin Show 9:30 Space Angel 10 AM Quick Draw McGraw 10:30 Mighty Mouse 11 AM Linus The Lionhearted 11:30 Jetsons 12 N Sky King 12:30 Pastor's Study 1 PM Sea Hunt 1:30 Golf (Davis Love; I don't know if this is Davis Love III's father or grandfather) 1:45 Vic Bubas Show 2 PM ACC Basketball: Duke-Wake Forest 4 PM CBS Golf Classic (time approximate) 5 PM Flatt And Scruggs 5:30 Wilburn Brothers 6 PM Championship Wrestling (Mike Gallagher and Lee Henning vs. Doug Gilbert and Eduardo Costello; Sandy and George Scott vs. Tony Nero and Jack Vansky) 6:55 Early Report (Bill Currie, a name familiar to those of you in Pittsburgh) 7 PM My Living Doll (Julie Newmar, pre-Catwoman, then having a feud with co-star Bob Cummings which was written about in this issue of TV Guide, delay from Wed 8 PM) 7:30 Jackie Gleason 8:30 Gilligan's Island 9 PM The Entertainers 10 PM Gunsmoke 11 PM News, Weather, Sports 11:20 Movie: "The Bad Seed" (signature role for Patty McCormack, from '56) WWAY Ch. 3 Wilmington (ABC) 10 AM Shenanigans (kids' game show similar to "Video Village" and hosted by Stubby Kaye) 10:30 Annie Oakley 11 AM New Casper Cartoon Show 11:30 Porky Pig 12 N Bugs Bunny 12:30 Hoppity Hooper (COLOR) 1 PM American Bandstand (actor Michael Callan (then calling himself "Mickey" Callan), James Darren, singer Mel Carter) 2 PM AFL All-Star Game (West 38, East 14; memorable because the game was moved from New Orleans to Houston after a number of players, black and white, called for a boycott when several New Orleans businesses refused to serve black players.) 5 PM Wide World Of Sports (International Ski Jumping Championship, World All-Around Pocket Billiards Championship, time approximate) 6:30 Gospel Jubilee 7 PM Death Valley Days 7:30 Outer Limits (last show of the original series; "The King Family" debuts here next week) 8:30 Lawrence Welk (theme: gypsy tunes) 9:30 Hollywood Palace (first-anniversary show with host Bing Crosby; Beverly Garland and Frank McHugh from Bing's sitcom, the King Sisters and their children, Jacques d'Amboise and Catherine Mazzo of the New York City Ballet, Corbett Monica, the acrobatic Three Rebertes, plate spinner Leonardo) 10:30 Country Cousins 11:30 Movie: "Invasion Of The Body Snatchers" WUNC Ch. 4 Chapel Hill (NET) off air on Saturday WRAL Ch. 5 Raleigh (ABC/NBC) 7:30 Movie: "House Of Wax" 9 AM Lone Ranger 9:30 Discovery '65 (Frank Buxton and Virginia Gibson tour the Bronx Zoo to learn how animals adapt to their environment, delay from Sun 11:30 AM) 10 AM Shenanigans 10:30 Annie Oakley 11 AM New Casper Cartoon Show 11:30 Porky Pig 12 N Bugs Bunny 12:30 Hoppity Hooper (COLOR) 1 PM American Bandstand 2 PM AFL All-Star Game 5 PM Championship Wrestling (time approximate) 6 PM Grand Ole Opry 6:30 Wilburn Brothers 7 PM Porter Wagoner 7:30 Outer Limits 8:30 Lawrence Welk 9:30 Hollywood Palace 10:30 Harvesters Quartet (gospel music--one member, Bill Hefner, later became a member of Congress from North Carolina) 11 PM News, Weather, Sports 11:10 Movie: "No Down Payment" WECT Ch. 6 Wilmington (NBC/CBS) 8 AM Robin Hood 8:30 Light Unto My Path 9:30 Hector Heathcote (COLOR) 10 AM Underdog (COLOR) 10:30 Fireball XL-5 11 AM Dennis The Menace 11:30 Fury 12 N Exploring (topic: the ocean; Dana Andrews reads the old Norse folk tale "How The Sea Got Salty," COLOR) 1 PM Big Picture 1:30 Film Feature 2 PM ACC Basketball: Duke-Wake Forest 4 PM TBA 5 PM Days Ahead (Ch. 6 legend Ben McDonald) 5:30 Film Feature 6 PM NBC News (Sander Vanocur) 6:15 News, Sports, Weather 6:30 Daniel Boone (delay from Thu 7:30) 7:30 Flipper (COLOR) 8 PM Kentucky Jones (Dennis Weaver, after leaving "Gunsmoke") 8:30 Famous Adventures Of Mr. Magoo (Magoo's version of "Rip Van Winkle," COLOR) 9 PM NBC Movie: "The Swan" (COLOR) 11:15 Movie: "The Enforcer" WITN Ch. 7 Washington, NC (NBC) 7:30 Top Cat 8 AM Hospitality House (Tempe Clark) 9 AM Captain Gallant 9:30 Hector Heathcote (COLOR) 10 AM Underdog (COLOR) 10:30 Fireball XL-5 11 AM Dennis The Menace 11:30 Fury 12 N Exploring (COLOR) 1 PM Movie: "Salome" 3 PM Hardwood Highlights (don't know if this is college or high-school basketball) 3:30 Silent Service 4 PM Laramie 5 PM The Islanders 6 PM NBC News 6:15 News, Sports, Weather 6:30 Porter Wagoner 7 PM Grand Ole Opry 7:30 Flipper (COLOR) 8 PM Kentucky Jones 8:30 Famous Adventures Of Mr. Magoo (COLOR) 9 PM NBC Movie: "The Swan" (COLOR) 11:15 News, Sports, Weather 11:30 Movie: "Man In The Saddle" WGHP Ch. 8 High Point (ABC) 6:30 Aspect (farm show) 7 AM Carolina In The Morning 8 AM Daily Devotions 8:10 Farm And Home Hour 8:30 Kartoon Karnival 10 AM Shenanigans 10:30 Annie Oakley 11 AM New Casper Cartoon Show 11:30 Porky Pig 12 N Bugs Bunny 12:30 Hoppity Hooper (COLOR) 1 PM American Bandstand 2 PM AFL All-Star Game 5 PM Wide World Of Sports (time approximate) 6:30 Championship Wrestling 7:25 News, Sports, Weather 7:30 Outer Limits 8:30 Lawrence Welk 9:30 Hollywood Palace 10:30 12 O'Clock High (delay from Fri 10 PM) 11:30 News, Weather, Sports 11:45 Movie: "The Blackboard Jungle" WNCT Ch. 9 Greenville, NC (CBS) 8 AM Mister Mayor 9 AM The Alvin Show 9:30 Tennessee Tuxedo 10 AM Quick Draw McGraw 10:30 Mighty Mouse 11 AM Linus The Lionhearted 11:30 Jetsons 12 N Sky King 12:30 My Friend Flicka 1 PM I Love Lucy 1:30 CBS News (Martin Agronsky) 1:45 Vic Bubas Show 2 PM ACC Basketball: Duke-Wake Forest 4 PM Amos 'n' Andy (time approximate) 4:30 Joey Bishop (delay from Tue 8 PM) 5 PM CBS Golf Classic (one-hour delay) 6 PM Great Moments In Music (early infomercial) 6:15 News, Sports, Weather 6:30 Carolina Partners (country music) 7 PM Hennesey 7:30 Jackie Gleason 8:30 Gilligan's Island 9 PM The Entertainers 10 PM Gunsmoke 11 PM News, Sports, Weather 11:15 Movie: "The Sea Chase" WSOC Ch. 9 Charlotte (NBC/ABC) 7 AM Ramar Of The Jungle 7:30 Swingin' Society (cartoons) 8 AM Astroboy 8:30 Bullwinkle (ABC, delay from Sun 11 AM) 9 AM Bugs Bunny (ABC, delay from 12 N) 9:30 Hoppity Hooper (ABC, delay from 12:30 PM and not in color) 10 AM Shenanigans 10:30 Fireball XL-5 11 AM New Casper Cartoon Show 11:30 Porky Pig 12 N Kilgo's Kanteen 1 PM Big Picture 1:30 TBA 1:45 Great Moments In Music 2 PM AFL All-Star Game 5 PM Mr. Novak (NBC, delay from Tue 7:30, time approximate) 6 PM Jimmy Dean (Bobby Rydell, Minnie Pearl, Roger Miller, the Levee Singers, ABC, delay from Thu 10 PM) 7 PM Littlest Hobo 7:30 Flipper (COLOR) 8 PM Addams Family (ABC, delay from Fri 8:30) 8:30 Lawrence Welk 9:30 Movie: "All The Brothers Were Valiant" 11:30 Matter Of Opinion (the host appears to be Alan Burke, in those days the poor man's Joe Pyne) WTVD Ch. 11 Durham (CBS/NBC) 6:30 Law Of The Wild 7:30 Jetsons 8 AM Mister Mayor 9 AM Tennessee Tuxedo 9:30 Hector Heathcote (COLOR) 10 AM Quick Draw McGraw 10:30 Mighty Mouse 11 AM Linus The Lionhearted 11:30 Fury 12 N Sky King 12:30 My Friend Flicka 1 PM Wild Kingdom (NBC, delay from Sun 5 PM and not listed as being in color) 1:30 Sportsview (Ernie Greup, aka the Happy the Toy Soldier on the station's "Cartoon Shop") 1:45 Vic Bubas Show 2 PM ACC Basketball: Duke-Wake Forest 4 PM CBS Golf Classic (time approximate) 5 PM Movie: "Tarzan Finds A Son" 6 PM Flipper (COLOR) 6:30 Walt Disney's Wonderful World Of Color: "Ida, The Off-Beat Eagle" (COLOR, NBC, delay from Sun 7:30) 7:30 Jackie Gleason 8:30 Gilligan's Island 9 PM Man From U.N.C.L.E. (NBC, delay from Mon 8 PM) 10 PM Gunsmoke 11 PM News, Weather, Sports 11:15 Country Style (Jim Thornton, broadcast live from his nightclub in Raleigh) WNBE (WCTI) Ch. 12 New Bern (ABC) 8 AM Davey And Goliath 8:15 Tele-Story Time 8:30 Captain O'Hap (kids' show) 9:30 Cartoon Time 10 AM Shenanigans 10:30 Annie Oakley 11 AM New Casper Cartoon Show 11:30 Porky Pig 12 N Bugs Bunny 12:30 Hoppity Hooper (COLOR) 1 PM American Bandstand 2 PM AFL All-Star Game 5 PM Wide World Of Sports (time approximate) 6:30 News, Sports, Weather 7 PM Talent Hunt (local "Ted Mack's Amateur Hour" wannabe) 7:30 Outer Limits 8:30 Lawrence Welk 9:30 Hollywood Palace 10:30 Championship Wrestling 11:30 The Outlaws WSJS (WXII) Ch. 12 Winston-Salem (NBC) 7:30 This Is The Life 8 AM Cartoon Carnival 9:30 Hector Heathcote (COLOR) 10 AM Underdog (COLOR) 10:30 Fireball XL-5 11 AM Dennis The Menace 11:30 Fury 12 N Exploring (COLOR) 1 PM Movie: "Sierra Sue" (Gene Autry) 3 PM Broken Arrow 3:30 Lone Ranger 4 PM Bat Masterson 4:30 Industry On Parade 4:45 Great Moments In Music 5 PM Biography (Mike Wallace narrates the life story of Mao Tse-tung (Mao Zedong)) 5:30 Big Little Show (March of Dimes fundraiser with host Robert Taylor; Bob Hope, Lena Horne, David Janssen, Connie Stevens, Abby Dalton, Tony Martin, Cyd Charisse, Hans Conried, Jay North, Rory O'Brien ("The Farmer's Daughter"), Patty Petersen ("The Donna Reed Show"), Laurie Ichino (frequent guest on "The Danny Kaye Show"), Mike Stokey ("Pantomime Quiz"/"Stump The Stars")) 6 PM NBC News 6:15 News, Sports, Weather 6:30 Laramie 7:30 Flipper (COLOR) 8 PM Kentucky Jones 8:30 Famous Adventures Of Mr. Magoo (COLOR) 9 PM NBC Movie: "The Swan" (COLOR) 11:15 News, Sports, Weather 11:30 Movie: "Gunslinger" Retro: Cincinnati/Columbus/Dayton Mon, Jan 12, 1953 from TV Dial (pre-national based in Springfield; that week's issue was Vol 3-No 3) 3 WLWC Columbus 4 WLW Cincinnati 5 WLWD Dayton 6 WTVN Columbus 7 WCPO Cincinnati 10 WBNS Columbus 12 WKRC Cincinnati 13 WHIO Dayton Morning 7:00 3-4-5 Today 13 Ernie Lee (Ernie Lee/Tony Perry) 7:05 7 Farm News/Cartoon Carnival 7:35 7 Breakfast Serial 7:45 12 Kids Kartoons 7:55 7 Western Roundup 13 Sport Show (Si Burick) 8:00 12 Hollywood Playhouse 13 WHI Opener (Ted Ryan/Charlie Reeder) 8:30 3-4-5 Morning Matinee (Judy Perkins/Russ Brown) 9:00 3-4-5 Captain Glenn's Playclub (Glenn Rowell) 7 Uncle Al (Al Lewis) 10 Take Ten (Jack Buck) 13 Uncle Bob 9:15 12 Hydetime (Dick Hyde) 9:30 3-4-5 Breakfast Party (Mel Martin/Marion Spelman) 13 Perfect Pair 9:45 10 Touring the Town (Jip Huston) 12 CBS News 9:50 13 Morning Meditations 10:00 7 Get Back in Shape (Bill Dawes/Phyllis Berg) 10-12-13 Arthur Godfrey 10:15 7 Bill Dawers 10:30 3 Movies for Mom "Love from a Stranger" 4 Movies for Mom "Behind Locked Doors" 5 Movies for Mom: TBA 7 Kitchen Show (Norma) 11:00 7 Uncle Al's Corner (Cinderella joins Al Lewis) 10 Jean's Kitchen Fair (Jean Phair) 12 There's One in Every Family 13 Trailhands (Russ Hilton) 11:30 10-12-13 Strike It Rich 11:45 5 Dayton & the Nation (Omar Williams/Bill Ditzel) 11:55 3 Midday Meditation 4 Five Minutes to Live By 5 Hello Neighbor 6 News (Dave Nichols) Afternoon noon 3-4-5 50/50 Club (Ruth Lyons/Willie Thall, Al Morgan on piano, songs from Dick Noel, Marian Spelman, and Russ Brown) 6 Nita's Guest Book (Nita Hutch) 7 El Rancho GreyBar 10 Globetrotter (Norman Dohn)/Farmtime (Bill Zipf) 12-13 Bride & Groom 12:15 7 Mid-Day Merry Go Round (Big Jim Stacy/Grandpappy/Down Home Boys; on Tu/Th, this didn't start til 12:30, GreyBar must have ran 30 min then) 10-12-13 Love of Life 12:30 10-12-13 Search for Tomorrow 12:45 6 Mid-Day Movie 7 Movie Time 10-12-13 Guiding Light 1:00 3 Shoot the Works (Spooks Beckman/Lyn Ballard) 4 Mother's Movie "Missing Lady" 5 Shopping with Cornelia 10 Homemaker's Hob Nob (Tom Gleba/Jeanne Shea; music by Pat Wilson and Bob Marvin) 12 Cinderella Week End 13 Streetman (Lou Emm) 1:15 13 Sunbeamers (Jose Madrigal/Marion Ganges/Nancy Blair) 1:30 3 Movie Matinee "Old Fashioned Girl) 5 Coffee Club (Betty Ann Horstman; music by Arvie Recore Trio) 1:50 7 Garnet Grayson Suggests 2:00 6 Star in the Home (Renie Riano, who also wrote for TV Dial) 7 Paul Dixon's Movie Shop 10-12-13 Double or Nothing 2:30 4 Dick Hagerman (co-host Rosemary Olberding) 6 Pat's Open House (Pat Ward/Jerry Rasor/Dave Wilson) 10-12-13 Linkletter's House Party 2:55 4 News 5 Oh Baby (Jack Barry) 3:00 3-4-5 Big Payoff 6 Film Short 10 Homemakers HobNob 12 Theatre of the Air "Tanks a Million" 13 Virginia Patterson (co-host Charlie Reeder) 3:15 6 John Marshall 3:30 3-4-5 Welcome Travelers 6 Just Neighbors (Dad & Blanche Meacham) 10 Bride & Groom 3:45 10-12 Mike (Wallace) and Buff (Cobb) 4:00 3-4-5 Kate Smith (guests Sinclair & Spaulding, DNC chair Stephen Mitchell, and juggler Francis Brown) 6 Teen Time (Johnny Morrison/Carolyn Ellis) 10 Aunt Fran 12 Chuck Talk "Desert Phantom" 13 Movie Matinee "Atlantic Flight" 4:30 6 Prospector Bill 7 Six-Gun Playhouse "Wild West" 4:45 10 Western Roundup 5:00 3-4-5 Hawkins Falls 12-13 Kenny Roberts (which station originated this?) 5:15 3-4-5 Gabby Hayes "Valley of Fear" (pt 1) 5:30 3-4-5 Howdy Doody 6 Film Short 7 Six-Gun Theatre "Guns in the Dark" 5:45 12 Kids Komedys 13 Cartoons 5:55 13 Weather Evening 6:00 3 Comedy Carnival (Lynn Ballard) 4 Captain Glenn's Bandwagon (Glenn Rowell/Cy Kelly/Rosemary Olberding) 5 Hopalong Cassidy 6 Renie Riano Time 10 Flash Gordon (Tom Gleba) 12 Early Home Theatre "The Levenworth Case" 13 Ernie Lee 6:15 10 Spotlight Revue 13 Perry Como 6:20 3 Sports Today (Tom Keyes) 6:25 3 Capitol News 6 News 6:30 3-5 Meetin' Time (Sally Flowers/Billy Scott) 4 Cartoon Carnival 6 Club 6:30 7 UP Movietone News 10 TV Weatherman (Bob McMaster) 13 Trailhands 6:40 10 Florascopes (Earl Flora) 6:45 6-7-13 Wait Hoyt's Hall of Fame 10 Looking with Long (Chet Long) 6:55 4 News Reports (Peter Grant) 7:00 3-4-5 Al Morgan 6-7-13 Captain Video 10 Beat the Clock 7:10 12 Weather Report (Daryl Parks) 7:15 3-5 Short Short Drama "The Gift" 4 Dick Noel 12 News/Sports 7:30 3-4-5 Those Two 6-7 Hollywood Screen Test "Dance to Freedom's Tune" 10-12-13 CBS News 7:45 3-4-5 Camel News Caravan 10-12 Perry Como 13 Trailhands 8:00 3-4-5 What's My Name? 6-7 Mark Saber "The Case of the Deadly Queen" 10-12-13 Lux Video Theatre "Thanks for a Lovely Evening" 8:30 3-4-5 Voice of Firestone (guest Eugene Conley) 6 Johns Hopkins "Man Against Cancer" 7 Texas Rasslin' 10-13-13 Arthur Godfrey's Talent Scouts 9:00 3-4-5 Hollywood Opening Nite "The Living Image" 6 Big Idea 10-12-13 I Love Lucy 9:30 3-4-5 Robert Montgomery Presents "Ricochet" 6 Sports Show 7-10-13 Red Buttons 12 Foreign Intrigue 10:00 6-7 Boxing: from Eastern Parkway Arena in NYC, a 10-round heavyweight bout between Bill Gilliam and Bob Baker 10-12-13 Studio One "The Trial of John Peter Zenger" 10:45 6-7 Ringside Interviews 11:00 3-4-5 Three City Final (Peter Grant/Barry Lake/Bob Provence) 6-7 Sohio Reporter (Warren Guthrie) 10 News (Bill Pepper) 12 Front Page News (George Palmer) 13 Front Page News (Don Wayne) 11:05 13 Almanac 11:10 6 Golden Theatre 7 Weather/Sports 10-12 Weather 13 Sports 11:15 3 Your Family Playhouse "Foreign Correspondent" 4 Your Family Playhouse "Young Man's Fancy" 5 Your Family Playhouse "Carmen" 7 Starlight Theatre "Stagecoach to Denver" 10 Armchair Theatre "Borrowed Hero" 12 Home Theatre "Time Flies" 13 Penny Arcade "Barefoot Boy" RETRO: ATLANTA - 5/25/1998 Monday, May 25, 1998 WSB-TV ABC2 05:00AM News 05:30AM News 06:00AM News 07:00AM Good Morning America 09:00AM Regis & Kathie Lee 10:00AM Jenny Jones 11:00AM Maury 12:00PM News 12:30PM Port Charles 01:00PM All My Children 02:00PM One Life to Live 03:00PM General Hospital 04:00PM Oprah Winfrey 05:00PM News 06:00PM News 07:00PM ABC News 07:30PM Entertainment Tonight 08:00PM America's Funniest Home Videos 09:00PM 20/20 10:00PM The Practice 11:00PM News 11:35PM Nightline 12:06AM Hard Copy 12:36AM Politically Incorrect 01:06AM Jenny Jones 02:06AM The View 03:06AM ABC World News Now WAGA-TV FOX5 05:00AM People's Court 06:00AM Good Day Atlanta 09:00AM People's Court 10:00AM Sally 11:00AM Judge Judy 11:30AM Judge Judy 12:00PM News 12:30PM Pictionary 01:00PM In the Heat of the Night 02:00PM Sally 03:00PM Rosie O'Donnell 04:00PM Jerry Springer 05:00PM News 06:00PM News 07:00PM EXTRA 07:30PM Home Improvement 08:00PM Damon 08:30PM Getting Personal 09:00PM Ally McBeal 10:00PM News 11:00PM Jerry Springer 12:00AM M*A*S*H 12:30AM Cops 01:00AM News 02:00AM Cops 02:30AM Real Stories of the Highway Patrol 03:00AM Barnaby Jones 04:00AM Strange Universe 04:30AM EXTRA WXIA-TV NBC11 05:00AM News 05:30AM News 06:00AM News 07:00AM Today 09:00AM Alive's Peachtree Morning 10:00AM Days of Our Lives 11:00AM News 12:00PM Leeza 01:00PM Sunset Beach 02:00PM Another World 03:00PM NBA Showtime 03:30PM NBA Basketball: Chicago Bulls at Indiana Pacers 06:00PM News 06:30PM NBC News 07:00PM Wheel of Fortune 07:30PM Jeopardy! 08:00PM Suddenly Susan 08:30PM Suddenly Susan 09:00PM Caroline in the City 09:30PM The Naked Truth 10:00PM Dateline NBC 11:00PM News 11:35PM The Tonight Show with Jay Leno 12:37AM Late Night with Conan O'Brien 01:36AM Later 02:05AM NBC News Nightside 04:00AM Montel Williams WATL-TV WB36 05:30AM Kenneth Copeland 06:00AM Garfield and Friends 06:30AM The Bugs n' Daffy Show 07:00AM Animaniacs 07:30AM Pinky and the Brain 08:00AM The New Superman/Batman Adventures 08:30AM Bobby's World 09:00AM MOVIE: A Promise to Keep 11:00AM Newlywed Game 11:30AM Dating Game 12:00PM Ricki Lake 01:00PM 700 Club 01:30PM The New Adventures of Captain Planet 02:00PM Life with Louie 02:30PM BeetleBorgs Metallix 03:00PM Spider-Man 03:30PM Ninja Turtles: The Next Mutation 04:00PM Power Rangers Turbo 04:30PM A Different World 05:00PM Ricki Lake 06:00PM Fresh Prince of Bel-Air 06:30PM Hangin' with Mr. Cooper 07:00PM The Simpsons 07:30PM Living Single 08:00PM 7th Heaven 09:00PM 7th Heaven 10:00PM Seinfeld 10:30PM Living Single 11:00PM Vibe 12:00AM Married...with Children 12:30AM Cheers 01:00AM Hope for the World's Children 02:00AM SIGN-OFF WGNX-TV CBS46 06:00AM CBS News 06:30AM CBS News 07:00AM This Morning 09:00AM The Cosby Show 09:30AM Roseanne 10:00AM Geraldo Rivera 11:00AM The Price is Right 12:00PM News 12:30PM Young & the Restless 01:30PM Bold & the Beautiful 02:00PM As the World Turns 03:00PM Guiding Light 04:00PM The Cosby Show 04:30PM Real TV 05:00PM Access Hollywood 05:30PM American Journal 06:00PM News 06:30PM CBS News 07:00PM Inside Edition 07:30PM Real TV 08:00PM Cosby 08:30PM Everybody Loves Raymond 09:00PM Cybill 09:30PM George & Leo 10:00PM Where Are They Now? 11:00PM News 11:35PM Late Show with David Letterman 12:37AM Late Late Show with Tom Snyder 01:37AM Paid Programming 02:07AM Up to the Minute WUPA-TV UPN69 05:30AM This Morning's Business 06:00AM Creflo A. Dollar 06:30AM Bananas in Pajamas & The Crayon Box 07:00AM X-Men 07:30AM Mummies Alive! 08:00AM Fantastic Four 08:30AM Mr. Men 09:00AM What's Happening!! 09:30AM What's Happening Now!! 10:00AM MOVIE: The Adventures of Huck Finn 12:00PM All in the Family 12:30PM All in the Family 01:00PM I Love Lucy 01:30PM I Love Lucy 02:00PM Mighty Ducks 02:30PM 101 Dalmatians 03:00PM DuckTales 03:30PM Toon Town Kids 04:00PM Wacky World of Tex Avery 04:30PM Boy Meets World 05:00PM Beverly Hills, 90210 06:00PM Mad About You 06:30PM Mad About You 07:00PM Frasier 07:30PM Martin 08:00PM The Love Boat: The Next Wave 09:00PM Clueless 09:30PM Clueless 10:00PM Martin 10:30PM Sanford & Son 11:00PM Good Times 11:30PM 227 12:00AM 227 12:30AM Grace Under Fire 01:00AM Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman 02:00AM Cannon 03:00AM Diff'rent Strokes 03:30AM Paid Programming 04:00AM Paid Programming 04:30AM Paid Programming Cable: CNN - Cable News Network 07:00AM Early Edition 09:00AM Morning News 11:30AM CNN & Company 12:00PM NewsDay 12:30PM Burden of Proof 01:00PM CNN Today 03:00PM Talkback Live 04:00PM CNN Today 04:30PM Burden of Proof 05:00PM Inside Politics 05:30PM Showbiz Today 06:00PM World View 07:00PM Moneyline 07:30PM Crossfire 08:00PM World Today 09:00PM Larry King Live 10:00PM World Today 11:00PM Sports Tonight 11:30PM Moneylive 12:00PM NewsNight 12:30AM Burden of Proof 01:00AM Larry King Live TBS Superstation 05:00AM Interstitial Fill 05:30AM CNN Headline News 06:00AM The Jetsons 06:30AM All New Scooby-Doo 07:00AM All New Scooby-Doo 07:30AM Gilligan's Island 08:00AM Gilligan's Island 08:30AM MOVIE: Rocky 11:05AM MOVIE: Rocky II 01:25PM MOVIE: Rocky III 03:30PM MOVIE: Rocky IV 05:30PM MOVIE: Rocky V 07:35PM MLB Baseball: Atlanta Braves vs. Chicago Cubs 10:35PM MOVIE: Jaws: The Revenge 12:40AM MOVIE: Pirahna 02:45AM CHiPs 03:30AM Laverne & Shirley 04:00AM Laverne & Shirley 04:30AM Gomer Pyle, U.S.M.C. WXIA-TV NBC11 03:00PM NBA Showtime 03:30PM NBA Basketball: Chicago Bulls at Indiana Pacers What was the normal schedule for that week? Or rather, what normally came on from 3-5 p.m. (I'm assuming that WXIA had a 5 p.m. newscast, but correct me if I'm wrong)? RETRO: ATLANTA - 9/30/1999 Thursday, September 30, 1999 Thursday, September 30, 1999 WSB-TV ABC2 05:00AM News 05:30AM News 06:00AM News 07:00AM Good Morning America 09:00AM Regis & Kathie Lee 10:00AM Maury 11:00AM The View 12:00PM News 12:30PM Port Charles 01:00PM All My Children 02:00PM One Life to Live 03:00PM General Hospital 04:00PM Oprah Winfrey 05:00PM News 06:00PM News 07:00PM ABC News 07:30PM Entertainment Tonight 08:00PM Whose Line is it Anyway? 08:30PM Whose Line is it Anyway? 09:00PM MOVIE: Beverly Hills Cop 3 11:00PM News 11:35PM Nightline 12:06AM Politically Incorrect 12:36AM News 01:06AM Leeza 02:06AM Inside Edition 02:36AM ABC World News Now WAGA-TV FOX5 05:00AM Judge Joe Brown 05:30AM Judge Judy 06:00AM Good Day Atlanta 09:00AM People's Court 10:00AM Sally 11:00AM Judge Judy 11:30AM Divorce Court 12:00PM News 12:30PM Judge Joe Brown 01:00PM Forgive or Forget 02:00PM Donny & Marie 03:00PM Rosie O'Donnell 04:00PM Jerry Springer 05:00PM News 06:00PM News 07:00PM Home Improvement 07:30PM Drew Carey 08:00PM World's Wildest Police Videos 09:00PM Family Guy 09:30PM Action 10:00PM News 11:00PM Jerry Springer 12:00AM 3rd Rock from the Sun 12:30AM M*A*S*H 01:00AM News 02:00AM National Enquirer 02:30AM Cops 03:00AM Sally 04:00AM Paid Programming 04:30AM Divorce Court WXIA-TV NBC11 05:00AM News 05:30AM News 06:00AM News 07:00AM Today 09:00AM Later Today 10:00AM Alive's Peachtree Morning 11:00AM Jenny Jones 12:00PM News 12:30PM Access Hollywood 01:00PM Sunset Beach 02:00PM Passions 03:00PM Montel Williams 04:00PM Days of Our Lives 05:00PM News 06:00PM News 06:30PM NBC News 07:00PM Wheel of Fortune 07:30PM Jeopardy! 08:00PM Friends 08:30PM Jesse 09:00PM Frasier 09:30PM Stark Raving Mad 10:00PM ER 11:00PM News 11:35PM The Tonight Show with Jay Leno 12:37AM Late Night with Conan O'Brien 01:36AM Later 02:05AM News 02:35AM The Tonight Show with Jay Leno 03:35AM Late Night with Conan O'Brien 04:30AM Early Today WPXA-TV PAX14 05:00AM Worship (2x) 06:00AM Paid Programming 06:30AM Christian Ministries 07:00AM Supertime 07:30AM Paid Programming 08:00AM Where on Earth is Carmen Sandiego? 08:30AM Life Today 09:00AM Gerald Mann 09:30AM Paid Programming 10:00AM Healthy Homes 10:30AM Paid Programming 11:00AM Paid Programming 11:30AM Paid Programming 12:00PM Paid Programming 12:30PM Paid Programming 01:00PM Big Valley 02:00PM Bonanza 03:00PM Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman 04:00PM The Hogan Family 04:30PM Dave's World 05:00PM Eight is Enough 06:00PM Supermarket Sweep 06:30PM Shop 'til You Drop 07:00PM Treasures in Your Home: The Word of Collecting 08:00PM It's a Miracle 09:00PM Touched by an Angel 10:00PM Diagnosis Murder 11:00PM Highway to Heaven 12:00AM Paid Programming 12:30AM Paid Programming 01:00AM Worship (8x) WATL-TV WB36 05:00AM Paid Programming 05:30AM Paid Programming 06:00AM Garfield and Friends 06:30AM Pokémon 07:00AM Big Cartoonie Show 07:30PM Pokémon 08:00PM The New Superman/Batman Adventures 08:30PM The New Superman/Batman Adventures 09:00PM Richard Simmons' Dream Maker 10:00PM Martin Short 11:00PM Murphy Brown 11:30PM Murphy Brown 12:00PM Ricki Lake 01:00PM 700 Club 01:30PM Histeria! 02:00PM Power Rangers Power Playback 02:30PM Beast Wars: Transformers 03:00PM Digimon: Digital Monsters 03:30PM Power Rangers Lost Galaxy 04:00PM Queen Latifah 05:00PM Ricki Lake 06:00PM The Parent 'Hood 06:30PM The Wayans Bros. 07:00PM The Simpsons 07:30PM Friends 08:00PM Popular 09:00PM Charmed 10:00PM Seinfeld 10:30PM Friends 11:00PM NewsRadio 11:30PM Living Single 12:00AM Blind Date 12:30AM Blind Date 01:00AM Paid Programming 01:30AM Paid Programming 02:00AM Paid Programming 02:30AM NewsRadio 03:00AM Travel Update 03:30AM Oneworld Music Beat 04:30AM The Entertainers WGNX-TV CBS46 06:00AM CBS News 06:30AM CBS News 07:00AM This Morning 09:00AM Martha Stewart Living 10:00AM Dr. Joy Browne 11:00AM The Price is Right 12:00PM News 12:30PM Young & the Restless 01:30PM Bold & the Beautiful 02:00PM As the World Turns 03:00PM Guiding Light 04:00PM Judge Mills Lane 04:30PM Judge Mills Lane 05:00PM News 06:00PM News 06:30PM CBS News 07:00PM EXTRA 07:30PM Hollywood Squares 08:00PM Diagnosis Murder 09:00PM Chicago Hope 10:00PM 48 Hours 11:00PM News 11:35PM Late Show with David Letterman 12:37AM Late Late Show with Craig Kilborn 01:37AM News 02:12AM EXTRA 02:42AM Family (incomplete title) 03:12AM Family (incomplete title) 03:42AM Roseanne Show 04:42AM Up to the Minute WUPA-TV UPN69 05:00AM Paid Programming 05:30AM Paid Programming 06:00AM Creflo A. Dollar, Jr. 06:30AM Kenneth Copeland 07:00AM Sister, Sister 07:30AM Dragon Ball Z 08:00AM Step by Step 08:30AM Boy Meets World 09:00AM Charles in Charge 09:30AM Caroline in the City 10:00AM Mad About You 10:30AM Change of Heart 11:00AM Real TV 11:30AM Unhappily Ever After 12:00PM All in the Family 12:30PM All in the Family 01:00PM Step by Step 01:30PM Amen 02:00PM The Partridge Family 02:30PM The Monkees 03:00PM Hercules 03:30PM Doug 04:00PM Sabrina, the Animated Series 04:30PM Recess 05:00PM Sister, Sister 05:30PM In the House 06:00PM Caroline in the City 06:30PM Frasier 07:00PM Judge Mathis 08:00PM WWF Smackdown! 09:30PM Shasta McNasty 10:00PM Martin 10:30PM Sanford & Son 11:00PM Good Times 11:30PM The Jeffersons 12:00AM Change of Heart 12:30AM Unhappily Ever After 01:00AM The Nanny 01:30AM Grace Under Fire 02:00AM SIGN-OFF Cable: TBS Superstation 05:00AM Beverly Hillbillies 05:30AM Andy Griffith 06:00AM Coach 06:30AM Family Ties 07:00AM Saved by the Bell 07:30AM Saved by the Bell 08:00AM Family Matters 08:30AM A Different World 09:00AM Little House on the Prairie 10:00AM Little House on the Prairie 11:00AM Mama's Family 11:30AM Mama's Family 12:00PM Matlock 01:00PM Hunter 02:00PM MOVIE: Matlock: The Accused 04:05PM The Cosby Show 04:35PM The Cosby Show 05:05PM Full House 05:35PM Full House 06:05PM Roseanne 06:35PM Roseanne 07:05PM MLB Baseball: Atlanta Braves at New York Mets 10:05PM WCW Wrestling 11:05PM WCW Wrestling 12:05AM Chimp Channel 12:35AM WCW Wrestling 01:35AM WCW Wrestling 02:35AM Chimp Channel 03:05AM Perry Mason 04:05AM Perry Mason HGTV - Home & Garden Television 05:00AM Paid Programming 05:30AM Paid Programming 06:00AM Paid Programming 06:30AM House Doctor 07:00AM This Old House 07:30AM Yankee Shop 08:00AM Victory Garden 08:30AM Way to Grow 09:00AM Carol Duvall 09:30AM Sew Perfect 10:00AM Decorating with Style 10:30AM Room by Room 11:00AM Tipical Mary Ellen 11:30AM Smart Solutions 12:00PM Appraisal Fair 12:30PM Collectible Treasures 01:00PM Home Grown 01:30PM Savoir Faire 02:00PM Carol Duvall 02:30PM Sew Perfect 03:00PM Today at Home 03:30PM Homewise 04:00PM Decorating with Style 04:30PM Decorating Cents 05:00PM Rebecca's Garden 05:30PM Rebecca's Garden 06:00PM Fix it Up! 06:30PM 21st Century 07:00PM This Old House 07:30PM Yankee Shop 08:00PM New Spaces 08:30PM Curb Appeal 09:00PM Designing for the Sexes 09:30PM Kitchen Design 10:00PM House Hunters 10:30PM Dream Builders 11:00PM New Spaces 11:30PM Curb Appeal 12:00AM Designing for the Sexes 12:30AM Kitchen Design 01:00AM House Hunters 01:30AM Dream Builders 02:00AM This Old House 02:30AM Yankee Shop 03:00AM Paid Programming 03:30AM Paid Programming 04:00AM Paid Programming 04:30AM Paid Programming Retro: "Eye-Uh-Way," Feb 19, 1973 s in "Eye-Uh-Way, where the tall corn grows." All right, enough of the foolishness, here, we're talking about the Hawkeye State, Iowa. This is a partial tribute in a manner of speaking to the upcoming political caucuses in that state two days after New Year's. But also it's a look at what had to be the epitome of Middle American tastes at the time. (Contrast some of the shows here with the L.A. retro I did yesterday and you'll see what I mean.) As per usual, parentheses stand for black bullets, and brackets for white. Des Moines, Iowa: [8] KRNT (CBS; now KCCI on digital 8; PSIP same) [11] KDIN (PBS; Iowa Public Television station; now digital 11; PSIP same) [13] WHO (NBC; now digital 13; PSIP same) Ames, Iowa: [5] WOI (ABC; now digital 5; PSIP same) Fort Dodge, Iowa: [21] KVFD (NBC; station closed in 1977; now defunct) Quad Cities, Illinois/Iowa: (4) WHBF (CBS; now digital 4; PSIP same) (6) WOC (NBC; now KWQC on digital 36; PSIP 6) (8) WQAD (ABC; now digital 38; PSIP 8) Dubuque, Iowa: (40) KDUB (ABC; now KFXB, a religious Independent on digital 43; PSIP 40) Iowa City, Iowa: (12) KIIN (PBS; Iowa Public Television station; now digital 12; PSIP same) Cedar Rapids, Iowa: (2) WMT (CBS; now KGAN on digital 51; PSIP 2) (9) KCRG (ABC; now digital 9; PSIP same) Waterloo, Iowa: (7) KWWL (NBC; now digital 7; PSIP same) Kirksville, Missouri/Ottumwa, Iowa: (3) KTVO (ABC primary, NBC, CBS secondary; now sole ABC affiliate [with CBS subchannel] on digital 33; PSIP 3) MORNING 6:30 a.m. (2) [8] Sunrise Semester--"Personality Theory and Creativity" 6:55 (4) Great Bible Stories (6) Market Report--probably local farm show 7:00 (2) (4) [8] CBS Morning News--John Hart, anchor (6) (7) [13] [21] Today Show--Frank McGee, Barbara Walters 7:30 (3) Music for All America--program origin unknown [5] Astroboy--perhaps local children's show? (8) Davey and Goliath 7:40 (4) WHBF News 7:45 (8) Georgia on Q--"Q" standing for WQAD; probably local women's show 8:00 (2) (4) [8] Captain Kangaroo--Today, the Captain visits Washington, D.C. and Williamsburg, Virginia (3) Sesame Street [5] Underdog--"No need to fear ..." 8:25 (9) Market Report--probably local farm show (certainly not the same as WOC above) 8:30 [5] Magic Window--probably local children's show (8) Consultation--probably local public affairs (9) New Zoo Revue [11] (12) Canterbury Tales 9:00 (2) (4) Joker's Wild (3) Curiosity Shop--tape-delayed from ABC Sunday morning lineup (6) (7) [13] [21] Dinah's Place--Brian Keith and wife, guests [8] Mary Brubaker--local women's show (9) Morning Show--local [11] (12) Sesame Street 9:30 (2) (4) [8] Price is Right--gaining strength in its original timeslot [5] Mike Douglas (60-minute version) (6) (7) [13] [21] Concentration--about a month more to go before the end of the 15-year road for this game, thanks mainly to "Price" above (9) Tennessee Tuxedo 10:00 (2) (4) [8] Gambit (3) Mantrap--feminist-themed syndie women's talkfest (6) (7) [13] [21] Sale of the Century--Joe Garagiola hosted; still with the three-contestant configuration before changing a few weeks later to two married couples instead (8) Romper Room (in Davenport, it was "Miss Jean") (9) All My Children--tape-delay from ABC (pretty common time slot to put "AMC" in when a Central Time Zone wanted to run news at Noon) 10:30 (2) (4) [8] Love of Life (3) [5] (8) (9) (40) Bewitched--ABC rerun (6) (7) [13] [21] Hollywood Squares--can't you just hear Peter Marshall speed-read the game's rules at the beginning of each show? (one of the most indelible memories from my younger days, for some strange reason) 11:00 (2) (4) [8] Where the Heart Is--not where the ratings were, though; next month, CBS would sic "Young and the Restless" on an unawares public (3) [5] (8) (9) (40) Password--still with the original rules (6) (7) [13] [21] Jeopardy!--original version [11] (12) instructional programming until 3 p.m. 11:25 (2) Exercise with Marlyce--apparently local (4) [8] CBS News--Douglas Edwards, anchor 11:30 (2) (3) (4) [8] Search for Tomorrow [5] (8) (9) (40) Split Second (6) (7) [13] [21] Who, What or Where Game--a/k/a "3 W's" 11:55 (6) WOC News (25 minutes) (7) Today with Beth--local women's show [13] [21] NBC News--Floyd Kalber, anchor AFTERNOON 12:00 p.m. (2) WMT News (3) KTVO News (4) It's Your Bet--syndie game that went through a succession of hosts during its four-year run [5] Noon Report--local (8) (40) All My Children--have gone off and left home since the show's cancellation last Fall (!!) [8] KRNT News (9) KRCG News [13] WHO News [21] KVFD News 12:15 (2) Farm News--local (3) Town and Country--probably local women's show [13] Cartoons--unspecified 12:20 (6) Fashions in Sewing--origination uncertain 12:30 (2) (3) (4) [8] As the World Turns--the globe finally came to a stop in 2010 [5] Crafts with Katy--WHAT?? Turning down "Let's Make a Deal" for THAT??? The station must have had a pre-emption quota ... (6) (7) Three on a Match (8) (9) (40) Let's Make a Deal--so they won't do it in Ames and Des Moines, so what? (!) [13] Movie--"Jeopardy," 1953 (nope, not a documentary about the game show, but a Barbara Stanwyck/Barry Sullivan flick about a hostage situation--WHO continued for years to program a movie in this slot, probably a holdover from the early days when NBC didn't program this time of day; station was one of the last in the country to clear "Days of Our Lives," and may have never cleared "The Doctors," FWIK) [21] Dr. Joyce Brothers (five-minute syndie offering; for the next 90 minutes, KVFD had to fill its sked because it got its NBC feed from WHO, which didn't resume on the network until 2) 12:35 [21] Trading Post--local "swap-shop" show (kinda hard to describe them, but they were popular on small-town radio in the Midwest and the South, where people would call in and advertise items they had for sale or garage sales or things like that) 1:00 (2) (4) [8] Guiding Light (3) [5] (8) (9) (40) Newlywed Game--"From Hollywood, in color, it's ..." (6) (7) Days of Our Lives--only permitted in eastern Iowa at the time [21] Joanne Carson's VIPs--she had already divorced Johnny by this point, in one of the first big celebrity splits of the era 1:30 (2) (4) [8] Edge of Night--one of the biggest boo-boos CBS ever made in daytime programming was shoving this soap ahead an hour from 3:30 Eastern, when a large number of men were home to watch the crime-driven serial (3) [5] (8) (9) (40) Dating Game--by this point, the "good-bye" kiss (as well as a different closing theme) had been instituted as a gimmick to keep viewers (it didn't work--by July it was gone) (6) (7) Doctors--"The drama dedicated to the brotherhood of healing," as announced by Mel Brandt at the start of each broadcast [21] Mantrap 2:00 (2) (4) [8] Love is a Many Splendored Thing--in-house CBS sudser that never performed to high expectations (3) [5] (8) (9) (40) General Hospital--this coming January 13, it will become ABC's only remaining soap, with the cancellation of "One Life to Live" (6) (7) [13] [21] Another World--"And, now, the continuing story of ..." 2:30 (2) (4) [8] Secret Storm--anybody remember much about this sudser? (I don't) (3) [5] (8) (9) (40) One Life to Live (6) (7) [13] [21] Return to Peyton Place 3:00 (2) [8] Vin Scully Show--famed Los Angeles Dodgers/later NBC broadcaster's second attempt at daytime; the first was the 1969-70 NBC game "It Takes Two;" he never did it again after this twomonth flop (3) (9) Love, American Style--half-hour edited ABC rerun (4) Mike Douglas (60-minute version) [5] Flintstones (6) (7) [13] [21] Somerset (8) Georgia on Q--apparently back for an afternoon engagement (see 7:45 a.m. above) [11] (12) Canterbury Tales (40) Movie--"Duffy's Tavern," 1945 3:30 (2) Dr. Max--probably local children's show (a few were still around, but they were sure dying out after the FCC ruling prohibiting hosts from pitching products) (3) All My Children--tape-delayed from ABC [5] (9) Gilligan's Island (different episodes) (6) Cap'n Ernie--almost certainly local children's show (7) Virginian (8) Green Acres [8] Munsters [11] (12) Lilias, Yoga and You [13] Floppy--local children's show [21] New Zoo Revue 4:00 (3) Split Second--tape-delayed from ABC (strangely, this was listed as black-and-white, while "AMC" wasn't) (4) Big Valley [5] Daniel Boone (8) Munsters [8] I Love Lucy (9) Star Trek--"Kirk jeopardizes the lives of his men when he intervenes in a society where life is valued below combat and personal integrity" [11] (12) Mister Rogers' Neighborhood [13] Merv Griffin (90-minute version) [21] Eve's Kitchen--probably local cooking show 4:30 (2) I Dream of Jeannie (3) Let's Make a Deal--tape-delayed from ABC (in color) (6) To Tell the Truth (8) Petticoat Junction [8] Perry Mason [11] (12) Sesame Street [21] Stump the Stars--a/k/a "Pantomime Quiz," this was a syndie revival of a 1950s network game, produced during the 1969-70 season (network news info courtesy of Vanderbilt TV News Archive: http://tvnews.vanderbilt.edu/) 5:00 (2) (6) Truth or Consequences (probably different episodes) (3) KTVO News (4) Gilligan's Island [5] I Dream of Jeannie (7) Green Acres (8) (9) (40) ABC Evening News--Howard K. Smith, Harry Reasoner [21] People in Today's News--probably local 5:25 [5] WOI News 5:30 (2) (4) [8] CBS Evening News--Walter Cronkite (3) [5] ABC Evening News (6) (7) [13] [21] NBC Nightly News--John Chancellor (8) Perry Mason (9) KRCG News [11] (12) What's New (40) KDUB News EVENING 6:00 (2) WMT News (3) KTVO News (4) WHBF News [5] Truth or Consequences (6) WOC News (7) KWWL News [8] KRNT News (9) National Geographic Special--documentary about the Salmon River in Idaho [11] (12) Carrascolendas--similar to "Villa Alegre;" aimed at Spanish-speaking children [13] WHO News [21] KVFD News (40) Love, American Style--tape-delayed from ABC (daytime rerun) 6:25 (6) Comment--local editorial 6:30 (2) [8] To Tell the Truth--apparently same episode on both stations (3) [21] Bill Anderson--country-singer's half-hour showcase (different episodes) (4) Wait Till Your Father Gets Home--one of the few cartoons Hanna-Barbera did for adults after "The Flintstones" [5] Parent Game--one of the also-rans in the Chuck Barris stable (6) I Dream of Jeannie (7) (8) Dragnet (different episodes) [11] (12) Victory at Sea--"D-Day" [13] This Is Your Life (40) Sports Show--apparently local 7:00 (2) (4) [8] Gunsmoke--18th season (3) [5] (8) (9) (40) Rookies--one of the first big Aaron Spelling hits (6) (7) [13] [21] Rowan and Martin's Laugh-In--last season [11] (12) Firing Line--despite the noble topic, "Should local TV stations be responsible for network news content?," this was basically a rant by Nixon operative Clay Whitehead, bitching about "liberal bias" against the administration (this was probably taped months earlier before Watergate broke wide open, which was about this time--Whitehead couldn't have gotten away with it after that) 8:00 (2) (4) [8] Here's Lucy (3) [5] (8) (9) (40) Movie--"Riot," 1969 (6) (7) [13] [21] Movie--"The Alamo," 1960 (part two; first part was shown two days before) [11] (12) Evening at Pops--Roberta Flack, guest 8:30 (2) (4) [8] Doris Day Show--last season (and, boy, was she glad--she didn't want to do it in the first place) 9:00 (2) (4) [8] Bill Cosby--his variety hour [11] (12) Of Lands and Seas 10:00 (2) WMT News (3) KTVO News (4) WHBF News [5] WOI News (6) WOC News (7) KWWL News (8) WQAD News [8] KRNT News (9) KRCG News [11] (12) Consultation--the only non-news alternative at this hour [13] WHO News [21] KVFD News (40) KDUB News 10:30 (2) (4) [8] Movie--"The Glass Bottom Boat," 1966 (3) (9) (40) Dick Cavett--Harlem Globetrotters, guests [5] Dimension 5--local public affairs (6) (7) [13] [21] Tonight Show--Glen Campbell, Robert Klein, guests (8) Dragnet [11] (12) Norman Corwin Presents--A Wikipedia article describing him: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Norman_Corwin 11:00 (8) Movie--"To Paris with Love," English; 1955 [11] (12) Fanfare--documentary about John Philip Sousa 12:00 a.m. (7) Combat! 12:50 (8) Opportunity Line--probably local employment bulletin board 1:00 (2) Last Word--probably local public affairs (or possibly sign-off devotional) 1:20 (8) WQAD News 5] Magic Window--probably local children's show Oh yes. It ran for 43 years! Recall that WOI, even though a commercial channel, was owned by Iowa State and was a purveyor of educational television in the Hawkeye state in TV's early days. 7:30 [5] Astroboy--perhaps local children's show? Not a local show, but syndicated -- an old Japanese cartoon in black & white, dubbed into English. I remember seeing this on a Tacoma station in the early seventies. 8:25 (9) Market Report--probably local farm show (certainly not the same as WOC above) Not really a "show"... the morning news guy on KCRG's radio station read a couple of minutes of commodity markets with a "Markets" slide, then a couple of minutes of weather with a "Weather" slide. 12:30 [21] Dr. Joyce Brothers (five-minute syndie offering; for the next 90 minutes, KVFD had to fill its sked because it got its NBC feed from WHO, which didn't resume on the network until 2) This is probably the best schedule I've seen for KVFD. They obviously didn't have much to spend on syndicated programs and there wasn't nearly as much available for barter as now. There were times when the entire 12:30-2pm block was "Film Feature" plus another "Film" half-hour late afternoon. Retro: Carolina-Tennessee Friday, January 11, 1980 From TV Guide, Carolina-Tennessee Edition: WSJK (WETP) Ch. 2 Sneedville, TN (PBS) 6 AM Over Easy (guest: Rod McKuen) 6:30 New Day 7:15 A.M. Weather 7:30 Dick Cavett (first of two with art dealer Leo Castelli) 8 AM Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 8:30 In-school programs 10:10 Electric Company 10:40 In-school programs 11:05 Sesame Street 12:05 In-school programs 3 PM Over Easy (topic: diabetes) 3:30 Villa Alegre 4 PM Sesame Street 5 PM Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 5:30 Electric Company 6 PM Zoom 6:30 Over Easy (repeat of the 3 PM show) 7 PM MacNeil/Lehrer Report 7:30 Omni '79 (don't know why they hadn't changed the year) 8 PM Washington Week In Review 8:30 Wall Street Week 9 PM Free To Choose (first of 10 programs with Milton Friedman discussing economic issues--tonight, Hong Kong is used as a model of a free-market economy) 10 PM National Geographic: "Dive To The Edge Of Creation," a look at life 8000 feet under the Pacific 11 PM Dick Cavett (second of two with Leo Castelli) 11:30 Captioned ABC News sign off 12 M WBTV Ch. 3 Charlotte (CBS) 6:15 This Morning 7 AM Morning With Bob Schieffer 8 AM Captain Kangaroo (guest: Fannie Flagg) 9 AM Donahue (topic: problems within the foster-care system) 10 AM Search For Tomorrow (delay from 12:30 PM) 10:30 Whew! (Elaine Joyce, Sal Viscuso) 10:55 CBS News (Douglas Edwards) 11 AM Price Is Right 12 N Top O' The Day 1 PM Young And The Restless (actually aired on CBS at 12 N) 1:30 As The World Turns 2:30 Guiding Light 3:30 Gilligan's Island 4 PM What's Happening!! 4:30 Happy Days Again 5 PM Gunsmoke 6 PM News 7 PM CBS News (Walter Cronkite) 7:30 PM Magazine (an athlete who is attempting to run a marathon a week for a year; the Queen Mary at Long Beach, CA) 8 PM Incredible Hulk 9 PM Dukes Of Hazzard 10 PM Dallas 11 PM News 11:30 Dance Fever (judges: Herve Villechaize, Gary Collins and Mary Ann Mobley, Connie Needham; musical guest Cory Daye) 12 M Those Were The Years 12:10 Jungle Jim 12:40 Route 66 WFBC (WYFF) Ch. 4 Greenville, SC (NBC) 6 AM Agriculture In Action 6:30 Batman (Cliff Robertson as Shame) 7 AM Today 9 AM Donahue (psychologist Arthur Jensen discusses the possible link between intelligence and genetics) 10 AM Card Sharks 10:30 Hollywood Squares (David Brenner, George Gobel, Florence Henderson, Ted Lange, Barbara Mandrell, Rose Marie, Jim Nabors, Skiles & Henderson, Fred Willard) 11 AM High Rollers 11:30 Wheel Of Fortune 12 N News 12:30 Mary Tyler Moore 1 PM Days Of Our Lives 2 PM The Doctors 2:30 Another World 4 PM Tom & Jerry 4:30 Real McCoys 5 PM Happy Days Again (Richie competes on a quiz show called "Big Money" and has to decide whether to go on when the producers give him one of the answers.) 5:30 I Love Lucy (the Vitameatavegamin episode) 6 PM News 7 PM NBC News (John Chancellor/David Brinkley) 7:30 Match Game (Jamie Lee Curtis, Charles Nelson Reilly, Brett Somers, Fannie Flagg, Richard Paul, Steve Kanaly) 8 PM Shirley (short-lived comedy-drama with Shirley Jones) 9 PM NBC Movie: "Two-Minute Warning" 11 PM News 11:30 Tonight Show (Lauren Bacall, Tony Randall) 1 AM Midnight Special (host Dr. Hook; Rupert Holmes, Prince, Cliff Richard, the Outraged and Outrageous Players (Bruce Vilanch, Rufus Shaw, Pat McCormick)) WCYB Ch. 5 Bristol, VA (NBC) 6:30 Today On 5 7 AM Today 9 AM Donahue (Dr. John T. Truman and nurse Gen Foley of Massachusetts General Hospital discuss the Chad Green Laetrile case.) 10 AM Card Sharks 10:30 Hollywood Squares 11 AM High Rollers 11:30 Wheel Of Fortune 12 N News 12:30 Password Plus (Richard Paul, Sarah Purcell) 1 PM Days Of Our Lives 2 PM The Doctors 2:30 Another World 4 PM Tom & Jerry 4:30 Big Valley 5:30 Beverly Hillbillies 6 PM News 6:30 NBC News 7 PM Newlywed Game 7:30 Cross-Wits (Hans Conried, Pat McCormick, Rhonda Bates, Roxie Roker) 8 PM Shirley 9 PM NBC Movie: "Two-Minute Warning" 11 PM News 11:30 Tonight Show 1 AM Midnight Special WATE Ch. 6 Knoxville (ABC) 6 AM Good Morning Tennessee 7 AM Good Morning America 9 AM Dinah! & Friends (from Washington: Joan Mondale, Barry Goldwater, Tip O'Neill) 10 AM $20,000 Pyramid (Candace Earley, Brian Patrick Clarke, day-behind from 12 N) 10:30 Edge Of Night (delay from 4 PM) 11 AM Laverne & Shirley 11:30 Family Feud 12 N News 12:30 Ryan's Hope 1 PM All My Children 2 PM One Life To Live 3 PM General Hospital 4 PM Movie: "Cowboy" 6 PM News 6:30 ABC World News Tonight 7 PM Newlywed Game 7:30 M*A*S*H 8 PM Energy: A Light At The End Of The Tunnel (a report on alternative energy sources) 9 PM ABC Movie: "Make Me An Offer" (Susan Blakely as divorcee who strikes out on her own as a real-estate agent) 11 PM News 11:30 The Iran Crisis: America Held Hostage 11:45 Charlie's Angels (time approximate) 12:55 Movie: "King Rat" (time approximate) WSPA Ch. 7 Spartanburg, SC (CBS) 6 AM Sunrise Semester: "Presidential Power And American Democracy" 6:30 Health Field (an operation which restores sight to people blinded by diabetes) 7 AM Morning With Bob Schieffer 8 AM Captain Kangaroo 9 AM Dinah! & Friends (same as Ch. 6) 10 AM Nancy Welch 10:30 Whew! 10:55 News (local) 11 AM Price Is Right 12 N Young And The Restless 12:30 Search For Tomorrow 1 PM Love Of Life (delay from 4 PM; the show will end Feb. 1) 1:30 As The World Turns 2:30 Guiding Light 3:30 One Day At A Time 4 PM Beverly Hillbillies 4:30 Bewitched 5 PM Odd Couple 5:30 Sanford And Son 6 PM News 6:30 CBS News 7 PM Dating Game 7:30 Family Feud 8 PM Incredible Hulk 9 PM Dukes Of Hazzard 10 PM Dallas 11 PM News 11:30 The Avengers 12:40 Return Of The Saint WSOC Ch. 9 Charlotte (ABC) 6 AM Rise And Shine 6:15 Arthur Smith 6:45 News 7 AM Good Morning America 9 AM Good Morning Carolina (Arthur Smith is a guest; host is Brad Lacey, whose name you may recognize from my Central Florida retros since he was at WBBH Ft. Myers) 9:45 News 10 AM $20,000 Pyramid (Soupy Sales, Elaine Joyce, week-behind) 10:30 Dating Game 11 AM Laverne & Shirley 11:30 Family Feud 12 N Tic Tac Dough 12:30 Ryan's Hope 1 PM All My Children 2 PM One Life To Live 3 PM General Hospital 4 PM Edge Of Night 4:30 3's A Crowd (the game show) 5 PM All In The Family 5:30 M*A*S*H 6 PM News 6:30 ABC World News Tonight 7 PM Cross-Wits (Peter Isacksen, Misty Rowe, Bernie Kopell, Polly Holliday) 7:30 Newlywed Game 8 PM B.A.D. Cats 9 PM ABC Movie: "Make Me An Offer" 11 PM News 11:30 The Iran Crisis: America Held Hostage 11:45 Charlie's Angels (time approximate) 12:55 Ironside (time approximate) 1:55 News (time approximate) WBIR Ch. 10 Knoxville (CBS) 6 AM Farm And Home Show 6:30 Carl Williams 7 AM Morning With Bob Schieffer 8 AM Captain Kangaroo 9 AM Donahue (how the medical profession can comfort the terminally ill) 10 AM Beat The Clock (Jimmy Van Patten, Laurie Walters) 10:30 Whew! 10:55 CBS News 11 AM Price Is Right 12 N News 12:30 Search For Tomorrow 1 PM Young And The Restless 1:30 As The World Turns 2:30 Guiding Light 3:30 One Day At A Time 4 PM Bugs Bunny & Friends 4:30 Gilligan's Island 5 PM Beverly Hillbillies 5:30 Gomer Pyle, USMC 6 PM News 6:30 CBS News 7 PM Happy Days Again 7:30 3's A Crowd 8 PM Incredible Hulk 9 PM Dukes Of Hazzard 10 PM Dallas 11 PM News 11:30 Movie: "The Skull" WJHL Ch. 11 Johnson City, TN (CBS) 6:30 First Call 7 AM Morning With Bob Schieffer 8 AM Captain Kangaroo 9 AM Dinah! & Friends (co-host Fernando Lamas; Gil Gerard, Valerie Harper, jazz group Hiroshima, bodybuilder Charonne Carpentier) 10 AM Beat The Clock 10:30 Whew! 10:55 CBS News 11 AM Price Is Right 12 N News 12:30 Search For Tomorrow 1 PM Young And The Restless 1:30 As The World Turns 2:30 Guiding Light 3:30 One Day At A Time 4 PM Woody Woodpecker 4:30 Brady Bunch 5 PM Hogan's Heroes 5:30 Sanford And Son 6 PM News 6:30 CBS News 7 PM Happy Days Again 7:30 M*A*S*H 8 PM Incredible Hulk 9 PM Dukes Of Hazzard 10 PM Dallas 11 PM News 11:30 The Avengers 12:40 Return Of The Saint WLOS Ch. 13 Asheville, NC (ABC) 6:30 Mr. Bill & Friends 6:55 Good Morning Carolina 7 AM Good Morning America 9 AM Sesame Street 10 AM Big Valley 11 AM Laverne & Shirley 11:30 Family Feud 12 N Play The Percentages (unsuccessful Barry & Enright attempt to add a third show to go with "Joker's Wild" and "Tic Tac Dough"--Geoff Edwards hosted) 12:30 Ryan's Hope 1 PM All My Children 2 PM One Life To Live 3 PM General Hospital 4 PM All In The Family 4:30 Bugs Bunny & Friends 5 PM Andy Griffith 5:30 M*A*S*H 6 PM News 6:30 ABC World News Tonight 7 PM Joker's Wild 7:30 Tic Tac Dough 8 PM B.A.D. Cats 9 PM ABC Movie: "Make Me An Offer" 11 PM News 11:30 The Iran Crisis: America Held Hostage 11:45 M*A*S*H (time approximate) 12:15 All In The Family (time approximate) 12:45 Charlie's Angels (one-hour delay, time approximate) WHKY Ch. 14 Hickory, NC (Ind.) 11 AM Movie: "Abraham Lincoln" (Walter Huston, from '30) 12:30 News 1 PM Health Field (microsurgery on the brain) 1:30 700 Club 3 PM Rascals Club 4:30 Uncle Waldo 5 PM Rocky & His Friends 5:30 Underdog 6 PM News 6:30 New Wine (religious) 7 PM Gospel Light 8 PM Scope (public affairs) 9 PM Spirit And Life 9:30 Scope 10 PM News 10:25 Devotions 10:30 Believers For Christ Ministry 11 PM Scope 11:30 Soul Train 12:30 Movie: "The Living Head" WGGS Ch. 16 Greenville, SC (Ind.) 6 AM PTL Club 7 AM 700 Club 8:30 The Happy Hour (religious) 9 AM Praise-Thon 10:30 Greenville 11 AM PTL Club 1 PM Nancy Harmon 2 PM Kartoon Korner 2:30 The Archies 3 PM New Zoo Revue 3:30 Little Rascals 4 PM Western Theater 5 PM Circle Square 5:30 Flipper 6 PM Dove Broadcasting Telethon 12:30 700 Club WTBS Ch. 17 Atlanta (Ind.) 6 AM World At Large 6:30 News 7 AM Three Stooges/Little Rascals 8 AM Family Affair 8:30 Romper Room 9 AM The Lucy Show 9:30 Green Acres 10 AM Movie: "Bundle Of Joy" 11:55 News 12 N Love, American Style 12:30 Movie: "Sorry, Wrong Number" 2:25 News 2:30 Gigglesnort Hotel 3 PM I Love Lucy 3:30 Flintstones 4 PM Spectreman 4:30 Gilligan's Island 5 PM My Three Sons 5:30 I Dream Of Jeannie 6 PM Carol Burnett And Friends 6:30 Bob Newhart 7 PM Sanford And Son 7:30 NBA Basketball: Hawks-Celtics 9:45 Perspective On Greatness (the life of Charles Lindbergh, time approximate) 10:45 Love, American Style 11 PM Last Of The Wild 11:30 Movie: "Frankenstein Must Be Destroyed" 1:35 News 1:40 NBA Basketball: Hawks-Celtics (taped replay) 3:55 Movie: "Swingers' Paradise" (Cliff Richard, from '64, time approximate) WUNE Ch. 17 Linville, NC/WUNF Ch. 33 Asheville (PBS) 7:45 A.M. Weather 8:05 Prime Time 9 AM Sesame Street 10 AM In-school programs 12:30 Electric Company 1 PM Music 1:30 In-school programs 2:30 Pests, Pesticides And Safety 3 PM Japan: The Changing Tradition 3:30 Once Upon A Classic: "Rebecca Of Sunnybrook Farm," Part 3 4 PM Sesame Street 5 PM Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 5:30 Electric Company 6 PM Zoom 6:30 Over Easy 7 PM We're Number One? 7:30 MacNeil/Lehrer Report 8 PM Washington Week In Review 8:30 Wall Street Week 9 PM North Carolina People 9:30 Fast Forward (computers that simulate hypothetical situations, such as landing a jet plane) 10 PM Soundstage (John Prine performs) 11 PM Dick Cavett 11:30 Captioned ABC News WCCB Ch. 18 Charlotte (Ind.) 6 AM News 6:35 Forum 6:50 Cartoon Carnival 7 AM 700 Club 8 AM Super Heroes 8:30 The Lesson 9 AM Green Acres 9:30 Mayberry R.F.D. 10 AM Real McCoys 10:30 Forum 10:45 News 11 AM PTL Club 1 PM Perry Mason 2 PM Groovie Goolies 2:30 Krofft Superstars 3 PM Star Blazers 3:30 Batman 4 PM Popeye Adventure Hour 5 PM Wild Wild West 6 PM I Love Lucy 6:30 Dick Van Dyke 7 PM Good Times 7:30 Gomer Pyle, USMC 8 PM Movie: "It's Good To Be Alive" (Brooklyn Dodgers catcher Roy Campanella struggles to rebuild his life after being paralyzed in an automobile accident; Paul Winfield and Louis Gossett Jr. star, from '74.) 10 PM Bonanza 11 PM Gong Show (Ronnie Schell, Phyllis Diller, Chuck Woolery) 11:30 PTL Club 1:30 Movie: "Beyond The Law" 3 AM Movie: "The Student Connection" 4:30 Movie: "Crime Boss" (Telly Savalas, from '72) WKPT Ch. 19 Kingsport, TN (ABC) 6:45 Assembly Echoes 7 AM Good Morning America 9 AM Chico And The Man 9:30 Andy Griffith 10 AM 700 Club 11 AM Laverne & Shirley 11:30 Family Feud 12 N $20,000 Pyramid 12:30 Ryan's Hope 1 PM All My Children 2 PM One Life To Live 3 PM General Hospital 4 PM Daniel Boone 5 PM Jim Rockford, Private Investigator ("Rockford Files" reruns) 6 PM News 6:30 ABC World News Tonight 7 PM 3's A Crowd 7:30 Dating Game 8 PM B.A.D. Cats 9 PM ABC Movie: "Make Me An Offer" 11 PM News 11:30 not sure if "The Iran Crisis" aired on Ch. 19; if it did, "PTL Club" follows WTVK Ch. 26 (WVLT Ch. 8) Knoxville (NBC) 6 AM PTL Club 7 AM Today 9 AM 700 Club 10 AM Card Sharks 10:30 Hollywood Squares 11 AM High Rollers 11:30 Wheel Of Fortune 12 N Mindreaders (Fannie Flagg, Roddy McDowall, last show of the series; "Chain Reaction" debuts here Monday.) 12:30 Password Plus 1 PM Days Of Our Lives 2 PM The Doctors 2:30 Another World 4 PM Tom & Jerry/Woody Woodpecker 5 PM Bonanza 6 PM News 6:30 NBC News 7 PM Cross-Wits (Nipsey Russell, Bo Svenson, Marcia Wallace, Marianne Black) 7:30 Dating Game 8 PM Shirley 9 PM NBC Movie: "Two-Minute Warning" 11 PM News 11:30 Tonight Show 1 AM Midnight Special WNTV Ch. 29 Greenville, SC (PBS) In-school programs until 4:30 Sesame Street 5:30 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 6 PM Over Easy (a show on hearing) 6:30 A Word On Words 7 PM MacNeil/Lehrer Report 7:30 Nature Scene 8 PM Washington Week In Review 8:30 Wall Street Week 9 PM Firing Line (FCC commissioner Charles Ferris discusses new communications technology and its potential impact on society.) 10 PM Lord Mountbatten: A Man For The Century (conclusion) 11 PM Dick Cavett 11:30 Captioned ABC News 12 M MacNeil/Lehrer Report WNSC Ch. 30 Rock Hill, SC (PBS) In-school programs until 4:30 Electric Company 5 PM Sesame Street 6 PM Jobman Caravan 6:30 Big Blue Marble 7 PM ECU: Business Report 7:30 Nature Scene 8 PM Washington Week In Review 8:30 Wall Street Week 9 PM Another Voice 9:30 Camera Three (the making of a reality show about the Wilkens family of Reading, England) 10 PM Masterpiece Theatre ("The Duchess Of Duke Street II," Part 4) 11 PM Dick Cavett 11:30 Captioned ABC News WRET (WCNC) Ch. 36 Charlotte (NBC) 6 AM New Zoo Revue 6:30 Ed Allen Time 7 AM Today 9 AM Another World 10:30 Hollywood Squares 11 AM High Rollers 11:30 Wheel Of Fortune 12 N 700 Club 1 PM Days Of Our Lives 2 PM The Doctors 2:30 Mary Tyler Moore 3 PM Andy Griffith 3:30 Carol Burnett And Friends (guest: John Byner) 4 PM Movie: "Divorce American Style" 6 PM Sanford And Son 6:30 NBC News 7 PM News 7:30 Wild Kingdom 8 PM Shirley 9 PM NBC Movie: "Two-Minute Warning" 11 PM News 11:30 Tonight Show 1 AM Midnight Special 2:30 News 2:50 Movie: "Villa Rides" 4:15 Movie: "Sabrina" (not the teenage witch, but Audrey Hepburn as a modern-day ('54) Cinderella) WSVN (WSBN) Ch. 47 Norton, VA (PBS) 8:15 A.M. Weather 8:30 Sesame Street 9:30 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 10 AM Electric Company 10:30 In-school programs 3:30 Over Easy (Rod McKuen) 4 PM Sesame Street 5 PM Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 5:30 Electric Company 6 PM Sesame Street 7 PM MacNeil/Lehrer Report 7:30 Studio A (interview) 8 PM Washington Week In Review 8:30 Wall Street Week 9 PM Free To Choose 10 PM General Assembly Report (the Virginia General Assembly) 11 PM Dick Cavett 11:30 Cavalier Sideline (don't know if this is connected to University of Virginia basketball) WCPT Ch. 55 Crossville, TN (Ind.) 8 AM Morningside 9 AM Not For Women Only 9:30 Jetsons 10 AM Underdog 10:30 Rocky & His Friends 11 AM PTL Club 1 PM Valley Of The Dinosaurs 1:30 Mission Magic 2 PM 700 Club 3:30 Not For Women Only 4 PM Concerts & Cartoons 5 PM New Zoo Revue 5:30 New Mickey Mouse Club 6 PM Dudley Do-Right 6:30 Rev. Woody Martin (you've probably seen his name on Ch. 61 Chattanooga) 7 PM News 7:30 Not For Women Only 8 PM Burning Bush 8:30 American Outdoors 9 PM Computer Sports 10 PM PTL Club 11 PM News 11:30 Cumberland Concert Knoxville/Tri-Cities/Asheville/Lexington - Wednesday, January 2nd, 1974 (EVENING From the Middlesboro Daily News: WCYB-TV 5 [NBC] Bristol 7:00pm - 7:30pm Bewitched 7:30pm - 8:00pm The Andy Griffith Show 8:00pm - 8:30pm Adam 12 8:30pm - 10:00pm The NBC Mystery Movie 10:00pm - 11:00pm Love Story 11:00pm - 11:30pm News 11:30pm - 1:00am The Tonight Show with Johnny Carson 1:00am - 2:00am The Tomorrow Show 2:00am - 2:05am Daily Devotions (signoff at 2:05am) WJHL-TV 11 [CBS] Johnson City 7:00pm - 7:30pm Truth or Consequences 7:30pm - 8:00pm To Tell The Truth 8:00pm - 9:00pm Sonny & Cher 9:00pm - 10:00pm Cannon 10:00pm - 11:00pm Kojak 11:00pm - 11:30pm The 11 O'Clock Report 11:30pm - Signoff The CBS Late Movie WATE-TV 6 [NBC] Knoxville 7:00pm - 7:30pm The Andy Griffith Show 7:30pm - 8:00pm Ozzie's Girls 8:00pm - 8:30pm Adam 12 8:30pm - 10:00pm The NBC Mystery Movie 10:00pm - 11:00pm Love Story 11:00pm - 11:30pm Eyewitness News 11:30pm - 1:00am The Tonight Show with Johnny Carson 1:00am - 2:00am The Tomorrow Show (signoff at 2:00am) WBIR-TV 10 [CBS] Knoxville 7:00pm - 7:30pm Truth or Consequences 7:30pm - 8:00pm To Tell The Truth 8:00pm - 9:00pm Sonny & Cher 9:00pm - 10:00pm Cannon 10:00pm - 11:00pm Kojak 11:00pm - 11:30pm Action 10 News 11:30pm - Signoff Late Show WTVK-TV 26 [ABC] Knoxville 7:00pm - 7:30pm That Girl 7:30pm - 8:00pm The Lucy Show 8:00pm - 8:30pm The Rock & Roll Years 8:30pm - 10:00pm The Movie of the Week 10:00pm - 11:00pm The Fragile Mind 11:00pm - 11:30pm Alfred Hitchcock 11:30pm - 1:00am Wide World of Entertainment (signoff at 1:00am) WLOS-TV 13 [ABC] Asheville 7:00pm - 7:30pm Truth or Consequences 7:30pm - 8:00pm To Tell The Truth 8:00pm - 8:30pm The Rock & Roll Years 8:30pm - 10:00pm The Movie of the Week 10:00pm - 11:00pm Owen Marshall 11:00pm - 11:30pm Your World Tonight 11:30pm - 1:00am Wide World of Entertainment 1:00am - 1:15am Late Report (signoff at 1:15am) WLEX-TV 18 [NBC] Lexington 7:00pm - 7:30pm The Beverly Hillbillies 7:30pm - 8:00pm That Nashville Music 8:00pm - 8:30pm Adam 12 8:30pm - 10:00pm The NBC Mystery Movie 10:00pm - 11:00pm Love Story 11:00pm - 11:30pm Dateline News 11:30pm - 1:00am The Tonight Show with Johnny Carson 1:00am - 2:00am The Tomorrow Show 2:00am - 2:05am Take Five (signoff at 2:05am) WKYT-TV 27 [CBS] Lexington 7:00pm - 7:30pm Gomer Pyle, USMC 7:30pm - 8:00pm The Price is Right 8:00pm - 9:00pm Year End Review 9:00pm - 10:00pm Cannon 10:00pm - 11:00pm Kojak 11:00pm - 11:30pm Eyewitness News 11:30pm - Signoff The CBS Late Movie WTVQ-TV 62 [ABC] Lexington 7:00pm - 7:30pm That Girl 7:30pm - 8:00pm The Lucy Show 8:00pm - 8:30pm The Rock & Roll Years 8:30pm - 10:00pm The Movie of the Week 10:00pm - 11:00pm Owen Marshall 11:00pm - 11:30pm TVQ Newswatch 11:30pm - Signoff Movie Retro; New York City, Tuesday, January 10, 1949 Stations; WCBS-TV Ch. 2 (CBS) WNBT Ch. 4 (NBC) WABD Ch. 5 (DuMont) WJZ-TV Ch. 7 (ABC) WPIX Ch. 11 (Ind.) WATV Ch. 13 (Ind.) MORNING 7:00-WABD-News: Time; Weather 7:15-WABD-Health Talk; Interviews7:45-WABD-Your School Reporter 8:00-WABD-News; Time; Weather 8:30-WABD-Kindergarten-Pat Melkle 9:00-WABD-Time; Weather: Morning Chapel 9:30-WABD-Time; Weather; Amanda 10:00-WABD-Television Shopper 10:30-WABD-Welcome Neighbor. With Johnny Woods 11:00-WABD-Stan Shaw AFTERNOON 12:00-WARD-News: Man on the Street 12:30-WCBS-TV-Music: Weather WABD-Ted Steele. Piano 12:45-WCBS-TV-Filrn Shorts 1:00-WABD-Okay. Mother-Dennis James 1:30-WCBS-TV-Vanity Fair-Dorothy Doan WABD-News; Music 2:45-WABD-Spare Room 3:00-WABD-The Needle Shop 3:15-WABD-Vincent Lopez 3:30-WABD-Time; Weather 3:45-WABD-Women's Club 4:00-WARD--And Everything Nice 4:15-WABD-Fred Fassier. Violin 4:30-WABD-Wendy Barrie Show WPIX-Music 5:00-WABD-Ted Steele Show WPIX--Comics on Parade-Manny Webb 5:15-WABD-Manhattan Spotlight 5:30-WNBT-Howdy Doody with Buffalo Bob Smith WABD-Time; Weather 5:45-WABD-Children's Records WPIX-Magic Books EVENING 6:00-WNBT-Easy Does It: Variety, With Adele Girard, Johnny Andrews WABD-Small Fry Club-Bob Emery WPIX-News; Six-Gun Playhouse 6:15-WCBS-TV-Music: Weather 6:30-WCBS-TV-Lucky Pup-Bunin Puppets WNBT-Film WABD-Russ Hodges Scoreboard 6:45-WCBS-TV-Bob Howard Show WABD-Alan Dale Show. With Janie Ford 7:00-WCBS-TV-Film Shorts WNBT-Natural Treasures-Ivan Sanderson WARD-Swing Into Sports WJZ-TV-News--Gordon Fraser WPIX-News; Child Care-Dr. James F.Bender 7:15-WJZ-TV-Ship's Reporter 7:20-WPIX-Shirley Spencer. Handwriting Analyst 7:30-WCBS-TV-Douglas Edwards with CBS News WNBT-You Are an Artist-Jon Gnagy WARD-Camera Headlines: News WJZ-TV-Fashion Story WPIX-Newsreel 7:40-WPIX-Sports-Guy Lebow 7:45-WCBS-TV-Make Mine Music-Variety with Carol Coleman, Larry Douglas, Bill Skipper 7:50-WNBT-Newsreel Theatre; John Cameron Swayze 8:00-WCBS-TV-Film: Journey Together, With Edward G. Robinson, Bessie Love WNBT-Texaco Star Theatre with Milton Berle; Patricia Morison, Benny Fields, Jack Carter, Ming and Ling WABD-Film Shorts WJZ-TV-Film Shorts WPIX--Golden Gloves Boxing 8:30-WJZ-TV-America's Town Meeting 9:00-WCBS-TV-We. the People WNBT-I'd Like to See 9:10-WPIX-Newsreel 9:30-WCBS-TV, WNBT. WABD. WJZ-TV, WPIX-Ceremonies Opening Connecting Link Between East and Midwest Networks Source; New York Times Retro: Hartford/Springfield Tues, Jan 6, 1981 from TV Guide-Hartford/New Haven edition 2 WCBS-CBS New York 3 WFSB-CBS Hartford 4 WNBC-NBC New York 5 WNEW-Ind New York 7 WABC-ABC New York 8 WTNH-ABC New Haven 9 WOR-Ind New York 11 WPIX-Ind New York 13 WNET-PBS New York 18 WHCT-Ind Hartford 20 WATR-NBC Waterbury 22 WWLP-NBC Springfield 24 WEDH-PBS Hartford 27 WSMW-Ind Worcester 30 WVIT-NBC Hartford (and 59 New Haven/79 Torrington) 38b WSBK-Ind Boston 40 WGGB-ABC Springfield 41p WXTV-Sp Paterson 56b WLVI-Ind Boston 57 WGBY-PBS Springfield 65 WEDY-PBS New Haven Morning 4:55 22 PTL Club 5:00 11 Life of Riley 41p Muchacha de Barrio 5:05 9 News 5:15 5 Ed Allen 5:30 9 Daniel Boone 11 News 5:45 5 New Zoo Revue 5:55 4 Infinity Factory 30 Today's Woman 6:00 3 Comment 7 News 8 Connecticut: Seen 11 I Dream of Jeannie 20 New Zoo Revue 27 Cartoons 30 Health Field 41p Noticias 6:10 2 News 6:15 5 News 6:25 4 Health Field 6:30 2 Sunrise Semester 3 Pinceladas 5 Fred Flintstone & Friends 7 Listen & Learn 8 My Three Sons 9 News 11 Mighty Mouse 13 Captioned ABC News 20 Bullwinkle 27 Marlo & the Magic Movie Machine 30 Black Perspective 38b Romper Room 40 Flintstones 6:55 4-7-40 News 22 American Trail 7:00 2-3 CBS Morning News 4-20-22-30 Today (guests include Gilda Radner) 5 Bugs & Popeye 7-8-40 Good Morning America 8 Richard Simmons 11-56b Popeye 13 New Jersey News 27 Medic (bw) 38b Batman 41p Pelicula "Football Mexico '70" 7:30 5 Great Space Coaster 9 PTL Club 11 Josie & the Pussycats 13 Over Easy (guest: singer Barbara Cook) 27 Elder American (Joe Hyder) 38b Scooby-Doo 56b Flintstones 8:00 2-3 Captain Kangaroo (Arte Johnson plays a snowman) 5 Woody Woodpecker 11 Tom & Jerry 13 MacNeil-Lehrer Report 27 Movie "King Richard and the Crusaders" 38b Porky Pig/Bugs Bunny 56b Great Space Coaster 8:30 5 Gilligan's Island (bw) 9 New York Report 11 Heckle & Jeckle 13 Dick Cavett (John Gielgud, pt 1 of 4) 38b Cartoon Festival 56b Fred Flintstone & Friends 9:00 2 Mike Douglas 3 Tom & Jerry 4 Phil Donahue (guest Ann Landers) 5 Brady Bunch 7 Good Morning New York 8 Phil Donahue (guests Dr's Herbert and David Spiegel, wrote co-wrote a book on the clinical uses of hypnosis) 9 Joe Franklin 11 Munsters 13-24-65 Sesame Street 20 Catholic Mass 22 Phil Donahue (guest: NHTSA administrator Joan Claybrook) 30 Hour Magazine (possible hazards of some baby formulas/guests Susan Clark and Alex Karras) 38b-40 Richard Simmons 41p TV o No TV 56b New Zoo Revue 9:15 57 AM Weather 9:30 3 Brady Bunch 5 Partridge Family 11 Gomer Pyle, USMC 20 I Dream of Jeannie 38b Maude 40 Beverly Hillbillies (bw) 41p Caras y Gestos 56b Bozo's Big Top 57 Instructional Programs 10:00 2-3 Jeffersons 4-20-30 Las Vegas Gambit 5 Bewitched 7 To Tell the Truth 8 Mike Douglas (co-host Bea Arthur/guests Dick Van Patten, Rue McClanahan, Roberta Flack, and Peabo Bryson) 9 Romper Room 11 Hollywood Squares 13-24-65 Instructional Programs 22 22 Alive (Erica & Kitty Broman) 27 PTL Club 38b Tom Larson 40 I Love Lucy (bw) 41p Mundo Latino 56b Point of View 10:25 40 Weather 10:30 2-3 Alice 4-20-22-30 Blockbusters 5 I Love Lucy (bw) 7 Tic Tac Dough 11 I Dream of Jeannie (bw) 40 Bullseye 56b New England Today (Natalie Christian welcomes Frank Jones, executive director of the Boston Committee program for the poor) 10:50 38b News 11:00 2 Price is Right 3 Maude 4-20-22-30 Wheel of Fortune 5 Midday (Bill Boggs) 7-8-40-56b Love Boat (not cleared by WCVB in Boston) 9 Straight Talk 11 Herman Badillo's Urban Journal 38b Don Lane (guest Andre the Giant/visit to a haunted house; this was a repackage of "The Lanky Yank"'s Australian talk show) 11:30 3 Mary Tyler Moore 4-20-22-30 Password Plus 11 Contemporary Catholic Afternoon noon 2 Lives We Live 3-8-9 News 4-20-22-30 Card Sharks 7-40 Family Feud 11 Magic Garden 24-65 Masterpiece Theatre "Danger UXB" (pt 1) 27 Catholic Mass 38b Movie "Dreamboat" (bw) 56b To Tell the Truth 57 Sesame Street 12:25 5 News 12:30 2-3 Search for Tomorrow 4-20-22-30 Doctors 5 Your New Day (guests include Charlene Tilton/discussing sleep and dreams) 7-8-40 Ryan's Hope 9 Let's Make a Deal 11 You Bet Your Life 13 Studio See 27 That (Good Ole) Nashville Music (guests Loretta Lynn, Ronnie McDowell, R.C. Bannon, Buddy Spicher, and the Bethlehem County Square Dancers) 56b Courtship of Eddie's Father 1:00 2-3 Young & the Restless 4-20-22-30 Days of Our Lives 5 My Three Sons 7-8-40 All My Children 9 Movie "Devil's Canyon" 11 News 24-57-65 Instructional Programs 27 Mike Douglas (same line-up as ch 8 at 9am) 41p Marta Llorens 56b Partridge Family 1:30 5 Addams Family (bw) 11 700 Club 56b Banana Splits 2:00 2-3 As the World Turns 4-20-22-30 Another World 5 Get Smart 7-8-40 One Life to Live 27 Match Game 38b You Bet Your Life 41p Nueva York Ahora 56b Huck & Yogi 2:30 5 Abbott & Costello 11 Banana Splits 24-65 This Old House 27 Candid Camera 38b Chico & the Man 41p No Temas al Amor 56b Casper 57 Maggie & the Beautiful Machine 3:00 2-3 Guiding Light 4-20-22-30 Texas 5 Woody Woodpecker 7-8-40 General Hospital 9 Bonanza 11 Tom & Jerry 13-24-57-65 Que Pasa, USA? 38b Ghost & Mrs. Muir 56b Bugs Bunny 3:30 5 Little Rascals (bw) 11 Batman (Vincent Price as Egghead) 13-24-57-65 Villa Alegre 27 Bugs Bunny 38b I Dream of Jeannie 41p El Caraje de Querer 56b Woody Woodpecker 4:00 2-3 CBS Afternoon Playhouse "The Great Gilly Hopkins" (pre-empts One Day at a Time and Match Game on 2, punts John Davidson to 5pm on 3) 4 Hour Magazine (same topics/guests as ch 30, 9am) 5 Gilligan's Island 7 Edge of Night 8 Merv Griffin (sons of superstars including Ethan Wayne (son of the Duke) and Chris Lemmon (son of Jack)) 9 Movie "Belle Starr" 11-56b Tom & Jerry 13-24-57-65 Sesame Street 18 World Opportunities 20 PTL Club 22 Bugs Bunny & Friends 27 Wonder Woman 30 Movie "The Secret of Santa Vittoria" (pt 1) 38b Bewitched 40 Big Valley (bw) 4:30 5-56b Flintstones 7 Movie "The Raven" 11 Josie & the Pussycats 22 Bewitched 38b One Day at a Time 41p Muchacha de Barrio 5:00 2-3 John Davidson (co-host Robert Blake/guests Gary Coleman, Johnny Paycheck, and Jane Seymour) 4 News 5 Wonder Woman 11 Scooby-Doo 13-57 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 18 Voice of Faith: Revelations 22 Happy Days Again 27 Welcome Back, Kotter 38b Starsky & Hutch 40 Joker's Wild 56b Brady Bunch 5:10 24-65 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood (there was no listings note, but CPTV must have been in a pledge period) 5:30 8 M*A*S*H 11 I Dream of Jeannie 13-57 Electric Company 22 Happy Days Again 27 Kung Fu 40 News 41 Al Rojo Vivo 56b Brady Bunch 5:50 24-65 Electric Company Evening 6:00 2-3-4-7-8-22-30 News 5 Starsky & Hutch 9 Joker's Wild 11-56b Happy Days Again 13 Once Upon a Classic "Dominic" (conclusion) 20 Partridge Family 38b Hogan's Heroes 40 Rockford Files 41p Noticias 57 Studio See 6:30 9 Tic Tac Dough 11 Sanford & Son 13 New Jersey News 20-22-30 NBC Nightly News 24-57-65 Over Easy (guest William Shatner) 27 News 38b Bob Newhart 56b Good Times 6:55 40 News 7:00 2-3 CBS Evening News 4 NBC Nightly News 5-38b M*A*S*H 7-8-40 ABC World News Tonight 9 Bullseye 11 Odd Couple 13 Goodies 18 Festival of Faith 20 In Search of...the Great Wall of China 22 News 24-65 Sneak Previews 30 Face the Music 41p Aprendiendo a Amar 56b Sanford & Son (repeating the series premiere) 57 French Chef 7:30 2-56b Sha Na Na (on 2: guest Mary MacGregor, no details on what ran in Boston) 3 PM Magazine (exotic-bird boutique/interview with Hoyt Axton/how to water house plants) 4 Family Feud 5 All in the Family 7 Match Game PM 8 Soup Man (Joesph Buttafuoco (as in Amy Fisher?) plays a teen gang member who abandons his fellow members when an aged victim helps him develop a sense of self-worth) 9 Face the Music 11 News 13-24-57-65 MacNeil-Lehrer Report 20 You Bet Your Life 22 M*A*S*H 30 After Benny, Thames Presents (guest Bernard Cribbins...30 would blow out the later half of the Peacock's Thursday night line-up 2 nights later to run the Best of Benny Hill) 38b Barney Miller 40 Tic Tac Dough 41p Cristina Bazan 8:00 2-3 White Shadow 4-20-22 Lobo 5 PM Magazine (same topics as ch 3 at 8:30) 7-8-40 Happy Days 9 9 on New Jersey 11 Tribute to Chet Atkins (the guitar legend's contributions to country music are honored at the Opry by Roy Acuff, Foster Brooks, Charlie Daniels, Jimmy Dean, and the Statler Brothers) 13-57 Nova "The Doctors of Nigeria" 30 Jack Van Impe Crusade "An Alaskan Adventure" (from Anchorage, with local Baptist minister Dr. Jerry Prevo as guest) 38b Movie "People Will Talk" (bw) 56b Movie "Tell Them Willie Boy is Here" 8:05 24-65 Nova "The Doctors of Nigeria" 8:30 5 Merv Griffin (sons of superstars) 7-8-40 Laverne & Shirley 9 NBA: New Jersey-Milwaukee 41p Lancelot del Lago 9:00 2-3 Movie "Word of Honor" 4-20-22-30 Flamingo Road (2 hr premiere) 7-8-40 Three's Company 13-57 Mystery! "Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde" (pt 1) 41p Iris Chacon 9:15 24-65 Mystery! "Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde" (pt 1) 9:30 7-8-40 Too Close for Comfort 10:00 5 News 7-8-40 Hart to Hart 11-38b INN News (which originated at 11) 13 Healthline 18 Festival of Faith 41p Colorina 56b Rookies 57 Nightalk (guests: members of the Hampden Co Civil Liberties Union) 10:20 24-65 Connecticut Prime Time 10:30 11 News 38b Hollywood Squares 41p Noticias 57 Vikings! 10:50 24-65 Dick Cavett (John Gielgud, pt 2) 11:00 2-3-4-7-8-22-30-40 News 5 M*A*S*H 9 Maude 11-38b Odd Couple 13-57 Dick Cavett (Gielgud-pt 2) 20 Lone Ranger (bw) 56b Benny Hill 11:30 2 Lou Grant 3 All in the Family 4-20-22-30 Tonight Show (guests include Peter O'Toole) 5 Sports Extra 1980 7-40 ABC News Nightline 9 Music World 11 Prisoner: Cell Block H 13 News 38b Movie "The Desert Fox" (bw) 41p Noche a Noche 56b After Benny, Thames Presents (Bernard Cribbins is mentioned, but I'm not sure if this was the same show that ch 30 aired earlier) 57 Captioned ABC News 11:35 8 Happy Days Again 11:40 13 Movie "Sullivan's Travels" (bw) Late Night midnight 3 Lou Grant 7-40 Movie "Superdome" (partially filmed in New Orleans) 9 Yonkers Horse Racing 11 Odd Couple 41p Pelicula "Amantes en verano" 12:05 8 ABC News Nightline 12:30 4-20-22-30 Tomorrow (guests Trevor Howard, Marilyn Chambers, and Maureen McGovern) 5 Hogan's Heroes 9 Movie "Johnny Angel" (bw) 11 Movie "Sleepwalker" 12:35 8 Star Trek 12:40 2 Movie "Riding Tall" 1:00 5 Rat Patrol 1:10 3 Movie "The Imposter" 1:15 27 Movie "Drum Beat" 1:30 5 Adam-12 2:00 4 Mary Tyler Moore 5 Movie "Dracula-Prince of Darkness" 9 Joe Franklin 11 News 22 Get Smart 41p Iris Chacon 2:10 7 Suspense Theatre 2:30 2 Movie "Lady in the Lake" (bw) 4 Mary Tyler Moore 11 Movie "Top Banana" (bw) 22 Laurel & Hardy (bw) 3:00 9 Movie "Conquered City" (bw) 22 Bewitched 27 News 41p Pelicula "Amantes en verano" 3:10 7 News 3:30 22 Happy Days Again 4:00 22 News 4:30 11 Biography (bw) 22 22 Alive 4:35 2 Lives We Live from TV Guide-Hartford/New Haven edition 8:00 5 PM Magazine (same topics as ch 3 at 8:30) That, of course, should read 7:30 Captioned ABC News on channel 57? Huh? Open Captioned news for the deaf. WGBH prodcued (re-produced?) the broadcast, inserting additional stories, sports scores, and late-breaking news to fill the 30 minutes. The newscast ran post 11pm on PBS stations during the late 70 and early 80s. 10:30 7 Tic Tac Dough 12:30 5 Your New Day (guests include Charlene Tilton/discussing sleep and dreams) The first one can't be right; how could Tic Tac Dough be airing in New York on two stations? And I thought Vidal Sassoon's show was originally on WABC. 4:00 2-3 CBS Afternoon Playhouse "The Great Gilly Hopkins" (pre-empts One Day at a Time and Match Game on 2, punts John Davidson to 5pm on 3) What exactly was the normal afternoon schedule for WFSB that week? Did they have a 5:30 newscast after John Davidson? 0:30 7 Tic Tac Dough 12:30 5 Your New Day (guests include Charlene Tilton/discussing sleep and dreams) The first one can't be right; how could Tic Tac Dough be airing in New York on two stations? And I thought Vidal Sassoon's show was originally on WABC. The 10:30 listing is what TVG had listed...was TTD networked at the time? Sassoon's show was indeed on WNEW in 1981. :00 2-3 CBS Afternoon Playhouse "The Great Gilly Hopkins" (pre-empts One Day at a Time and Match Game on 2, punts John Davidson to 5pm on 3) What exactly was the normal afternoon schedule for WFSB that week? Did they have a 5:30 newscast after John Davidson? [/quote] WFSB usually ran Davidson 4-5:30, followed by Barney Miller...WCBS only ran the first hour at 5. 8 Soup Man (Joesph Buttafuoco (as in Amy Fisher?) plays a teen gang member who abandons his fellow members when an aged victim helps him develop a sense of self-worth) What normally aired here as well? Channel 8 usually ran Family Feud at 7:30. RETRO: ATLANTA - 9/06/1995 Wednesday, September 6, 1995 WSB-TV ABC2 05:30AM News 06:00AM News 06:30AM News 07:00AM Good Morning America 09:00AM Regis & Kathie Lee 10:00AM Jenny Jones 11:00AM Maury 12:00PM News 12:30PM Loving 01:00PM All My Children 02:00PM One Life to Live 03:00PM General Hospital 04:00PM Oprah Winfrey 05:00PM News 06:00PM News 07:00PM ABC News 07:30PM Entertainment Tonight 08:00PM Grace Under Fire 08:30PM Ellen 09:00PM Grace Under Fire 09:30PM Ellen 10:00PM PrimeTime Live 11:00PM News 11:35PM Hard Copy 12:05AM Nightline 12:35AM Jenny Jones 01:35AM Mike & Maty 02:35AM Sally 03:35AM ABC World News Now WAGA-TV FOX5 05:00AM CNN Headline News 05:30AM CNN Headline News 06:00AM Good Day Atlanta 09:00AM Jerry Springer 10:00AM Geraldo 11:00AM Designing Women 11:30AM Empty Nest 12:00PM News 12:30PM Desigining Women 01:00PM Carnie 02:00PM Mark Walberg 03:00PM Beverly Hills, 90210 04:00PM Real Stories of the Highway Patrol 04:30PM A Current Affair 05:00PM News 06:00PM News 07:00PM Wheel of Fortune 07:30PM Jeopardy! 08:00PM MOVIE: The Crush 10:00PM News 11:00PM In the Heat of the Night 12:00AM Real Stories of the Highway Patrol 12:30AM Top Cops 01:00AM Rush Limbaugh 01:30AM News 02:30AM Beverly Hills, 90210 03:30AM Juvenile Justice 04:00AM Mark Walberg WXIA-TV NBC11 05:00AM NBC News 05:30AM News 06:00AM News 07:00AM Today 09:00AM Montel Williams 10:00AM Leeza 11:00AM Donahue 12:00PM News 12:30PM Noonday 01:00PM Days of Our Lives 02:00PM Another World 03:00PM Rolonda 04:00PM American Journal 04:30PM Inside Edition 05:00PM News 05:30PM News 06:00PM News 06:30PM NBC News 07:00PM EXTRA 07:30PM Inside Edition 08:00PM National Geographic 09:00PM Dateline NBC 10:00PM First Person 11:00PM News 11:35PM The Tonight Show with Jay Leno 12:37AM Late Night with Conan O'Brien 01:36AM Later with Greg Kinnear 02:05AM Williams TV 02:35AM NBC News Nightside WATL-TV WB36 05:00AM The Fall Guy 06:00AM Kenneth Copeland 06:30AM Exosquad 07:00AM VR Troopers 07:30AM Bobby's World 08:00AM The Pink Panther 08:30AM Garfield and Friends 09:00AM Murphy Brown 09:30AM Murphy Brown 10:00AM Gordon Elliott 11:00AM Ricki Lake 12:00PM Jones & Jury 12:30PM Martinettis 01:00PM Hunter 02:00PM Rimba's Island 02:30PM Ronin Warriors 03:00PM Tiny Toon Adventures 03:30PM Taz-Mania 04:00PM Animaniacs 04:30PM Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers 05:00PM Ricki Lake 06:00PM Married...with Children 06:30PM Cops 07:00PM Fresh Prince of Bel-Air 07:30PM The Simpsons 08:00PM Sister, Sister 08:30PM The Parent 'Hood 09:00PM The Wayans Bros. 09:30PM Unhappily Ever After 10:00PM Billy Graham Crusade 11:00PM Cops 11:30PM Coach 12:00AM M*A*S*H 12:30AM Dear John 01:00AM Carleton Sheets 01:30AM Psychic Readers 02:00AM Gordon Elliott 03:00AM MOVIE: The Disorderly Orderly WGNX-TV CBS46 05:30AM Dennis Prager 06:00AM Susan Powter 06:30AM CBS News 07:00AM This Morning 09:00AM Northern Exposure 10:00AM Doogie Howser, M.D. 10:30AM Family Matters 11:00AM The Price is Right 12:00PM News 12:30PM Young & the Restless 01:30PM Bold & the Beautiful 02:00PM As the World Turns 03:00PM Guiding Light 04:00PM Charles Perez 05:00PM The Cosby Show 05:30PM Family Matters 06:00PM Full House 06:30PM CBS News 07:00PM News 07:30PM Love Connection 08:00PM The Nanny 08:30PM Dave's World 09:00PM MOVIE: Dying to Love You 11:00PM News 11:35PM Late Show with David Letterman 12:37AM US Open Tennis Highlights 01:07AM Late Late Show with Tom Snyder 02:07AM Charles Perez 03:07AM Love Connection 03:37AM MOVIE: Memories of Midnight WVEU-TV UPN69 05:00AM This Morning's Business 05:30AM Community 06:00AM Bots Master 06:30AM Conan the Adventurer 07:00AM Biker Mice from Mars 07:30AM Mighty Max 08:00AM Highlander: The Animated Series 08:30AM Transformers: Generation 2 09:00AM James Robison 09:30AM Magnum, P.I. 10:30AM A-Team 11:30AM Rescue 911 12:00PM Family Feud 12:30PM Family Feud 01:00PM 700 Club 02:00PM Superhuman Samurai Syber-Squad 02:30PM Dinosaurs 03:00PM Goof Troop 03:30PM Bonkers 04:00PM Aladdin 04:30PM Gargoyles 05:00PM Mama's Family 05:30PM Blossom 06:00PM Richard Bey 07:00PM Magnum, P.I. 08:00PM MOVIE: China O'Brien 10:00PM Mama's Family 10:30PM Mama's Family 11:00PM I Love Lucy 11:30PM I Love Lucy 12:00AM Richard Bey 01:00AM The Entertainers 02:00AM MOVIE: Shout! 04:00AM Cannon Cable: CNN - Cable News Network 05:30AM Daybreak 06:00AM Business Day 07:00AM Early Edition 09:00AM Morning News 11:00AM Beijing '95: A Woman's Place 11:30AM CNN & Company 12:00PM O.J. Simpson Trial 03:00PM News Update 03:30PM Talkback Live 04:00PM O.J. Simpson Trial 07:00PM Moneyline 07:30PM Crossfire 08:00PM Prime News 08:30PM Inside Politics 09:00PM Larry King Live 10:00PM World News 10:30PM O.J. Simpson Trial Wrap-Up 11:00PM Sports Tonight 11:30PM Moneyline 12:00AM Newsnight 12:30AM Showbiz Today 01:00AM Sports Late Night 02:00AM Larry King Live 03:00AM Crossfire 03:30AM Overnight 03:45AM CNN Newsroom 04:00AM O.J. Simpson Trial Highlights TBS SuperStation 05:05AM Gomer Pyle, U.S.M.C. 05:35AM CNN Headline News 06:05AM Captain Planet and the Planeteers 06:35AM Scooby-Doo 07:05AM The Jetsons 07:35AM The Flintstones 08:05AM Gilligan's Island 08:35AM Bewitched 09:05AM Little House on the Prairie 10:05AM Three's Company 10:35AM Three's Company 11:05AM Matlock 12:05PM Andy Griffith 12:35PM MLB Baseball: Atlanta Braves vs. St. Louis Cardinals 03:35PM Scooby-Doo 04:05PM Scooby-Doo 04:35PM The Brady Bunch 05:05PM Saved by the Bell 05:35PM Saved by the Bell 06:05PM Growing Pains 06:35PM Who's the Boss? 07:05PM Andy Griffith 07:35PM Andy Griffith 08:05PM MOVIE: Cool Hand Luke 10:45PM MOVIE: Runaway Train 12:05AM Bound for Glory 04:15AM The Three Stooges 04:35AM The Jeffersons RETRO: ATLANTA - 1/29/1996 Monday, January 29, 1996 WSB-TV ABC2 05:30AM News 06:00AM News 07:00AM Good Morning America 09:00AM Regis & Kathie Lee 10:00AM Jenny Jones 11:00AM Maury 12:00PM News 12:30PM The City 01:00PM All My Children 02:00PM One Life to Live 03:00PM General Hospital 04:00PM Oprah Winfrey 05:00PM News 06:00PM News 07:00PM ABC News 07:30PM Entertainment Tonight 08:00PM American Music Awards 11:00PM News 11:35PM Nightline 12:05AM Hard Copy 12:35AM Jenny Jones 01:35AM Mike & Maty 02:35AM ABC World News Now WAGA-TV FOX5 05:00AM Carnie 06:00AM Good Day Atlanta 09:00AM Jerry Springer 10:00AM Geraldo 11:00AM Sally 12:00PM News 12:30PM George & Alana 01:30PM Mark Walberg 02:30PM Gabrielle 03:30PM Desigining Women 04:00AM A Current Affair 04:30PM America's Most Wanted 05:00PM News 06:00PM News 07:00PM Wheel of Fortune 07:30PM Jeopardy! 08:00PM MOVIE: My Cousin Vinny 10:00PM News 11:00PM In the Heat of the Night 12:00AM Real Stories of the Highway Patrol 12:30AM Top Cops 01:00AM News 02:00AM Streets of San Francisco 03:00AM Big Valley 04:00AM Barnaby Jones WXIA-TV NBC11 05:00AM NBC News 05:30AM News 06:00AM News 07:00AM Today 09:00AM Montel Williams 10:00AM Leeza 11:00AM Rolonda 12:00PM News 12:30PM Noonday 01:00PM Days of Our Lives 02:00PM Another World 03:00PM Ricki Lake 04:00PM American Journal 04:30PM Inside Edition 05:00PM News 05:30PM News 06:00PM News 06:30PM NBC News 07:00PM EXTRA 07:30PM Inside Edition 08:00PM Fresh Prince of Bel-Air 08:30PM Fresh Prince of Bel-Air 09:00PM MOVIE: Sister Act 11:00PM News 11:35PM The Tonight Show with Jay Leno 12:37AM Late Night with Conan O'Brien 01:36AM Later with Greg Kinnear 02:05AM Donahue 03:05AM NBC News Nightside WATL-TV WB36 06:00AM Kenneth Copeland 06:30AM Mutant League 07:00AM VR Troopers 07:30AM Bobby's World 08:00AM Animaniacs 08:30AM That's Warner Bros! 09:00AM Murphy Brown 09:30AM Murphy Brown 10:00AM Gordon Elliott 11:00AM Tempestt 12:00PM Danny! 01:00PM Court TV: Inside America's Courts 01:30PM Mr. Belvedere 02:00PM Fox Cubhouse 02:30PM The Pink Panther 03:00PM Taz-Mania 03:30PM Eek! Stravaganza 04:00PM Adventures of Batman & Robin 04:30PM Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers 05:00PM Tempestt 06:00PM Fresh Prince of Bel-Air 06:30PM Married...with Children 07:00PM Fresh Prince of Bel-Air 07:30PM The Simpsons 08:00PM MOVIE: Nuns on the Run 10:00PM Seinfeld 10:30PM Cheers 11:00PM Married...with Children 11:30PM Coach 12:00AM Murphy Brown 12:30AM Dear John 01:00AM World Vision 02:00AM SIGN-OFF WGNX-TV CBS46 06:00AM Rush Limbaugh 06:30AM CBS News 07:00AM This Morning 09:00AM Northern Exposure 10:00AM Doogie Howser, M.D. 10:30AM Full House 11:00AM The Price is Right 12:00PM News 12:30PM Young & the Restless 01:30PM Bold & the Beautiful 02:00PM As the World Turns 03:00PM Guiding Light 04:00PM Roseanne 04:30PM The Cosby Show 05:00PM A Different World 05:30PM Roseanne 06:00PM Home Improvement 06:30PM CBS News 07:00PM News 07:30PM Cops 08:00PM The Nanny 08:30PM Murphy Brown 09:00PM MOVIE: Cagney & Lasey: True Convictions 11:00PM News 11:35PM Late Show with David Letterman 12:37AM Late Late Show with Tom Snyder 01:37AM Cops 02:07AM Up to the Minute WUPA-TV UPN69 05:00AM This Morning's Business 05:30AM Community 06:00AM Bananas in Pajamas 06:30AM Blinky Bill 07:00AM Highlander: The Animated Series 07:30AM Mighty Max 08:00AM Littlest Pet Shop 08:30AM Sailor Moon 09:00AM James Robison 09:30AM Magnum, P.I. 10:30AM Lauren Hutton And... 11:00AM LAPD: Life on the Beat 11:30AM Rescue 911 12:00PM Knight Rider 01:00PM 700 Club 02:00PM Nick News 02:30PM Dinosaurs 03:00PM Goof Troop 03:30PM Bonkers 04:00PM Aladdin 04:30PM Gargoyles 05:00PM Step by Step 05:30PM Blossom 06:00PM Richard Bey 07:00PM Baywatch 08:00PM Star Trek: Voyager 09:00PM Nowhere Man 10:00PM Mama's Family 10:30PM Mama's Family 11:00PM I Love Lucy 11:30PM I Love Lucy 12:00AM Richard Bey 01:00AM LAPD: Life on the Beat 01:30AM Lauren Hutton And... 02:00AM Paid Programming 02:30AM Haven 03:00AM Cannon 04:00AM Bonanza Cable: CNN - Cable News Network 05:00AM Sports Late Night 05:30AM Daybreak 06:00AM Business Day 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Mason 03:05PM Cartoon Planet 04:05PM Garfield and Friends 04:35PM The Brady Bunch 05:05PM Saved by the Bell 05:35PM Saved by the Bell 06:05PM Family Matters 06:35PM Family Matters 07:05PM America's Funniest Home Videos 07:35PM America's Funniest Home Videos 08:05PM Matlock 09:05PM MOVIE: Matlock: The Assasination 11:05PM MOVIE: Perry Mason: The Case of the Heartbroken Bride 01:05AM National Geographic Explorer 03:05AM MOVIE: Goin' South Retro: Nebraska/Siouxland Mon, Jan 11, 1954 from TV Guide-Nebraska edition (served by the office in Rock Island) KMTV 3-Omaha 8:45 News (Winston Burdette) 9:00 Arthur Godfrey Time 10:00 Your TV Home (Bettie Tolson) 10:30 Strike It Rich 11:00 Valiant Lady 11:15 Love of Life 11:30 Search for Tomorrow 11:45 Guiding Light noon Noon Edition (Bill Talbot) 12:15 Martha's Kitchen Club (Martha Boulsen) 12:30 Garry Moore 1:00 Double or Nothing 1:30 Linkletter's House Party 2:00 Big Payoff 2:30 Bob Crosby 3:00 You are What You Eat 3:05 Women's Views (Jean Sullivan) 3:30 TV Classroom 3:45 Over the Garden Fence 4:00 Circle 3 Ranch 4:45 Ring Post 5:00 Talent Sprouts (Lew Jeffrey) 5:30 South Omaha on Parade (Tom Cary) 6:00 Colonel Flack 6:30 Run for the Money (Lee Bannon) 7:00 Burns & Allen 7:30 Arthur Godfrey's Talent Scouts 8:00 I Love Lucy 8:30 Red Buttons 9:00 Studio One "The Remarkable Incident at Carson Corners" 10:00 Weather Sketches (Frank Peddie/B-Nee the weatherbird) 10:05 All the News (Floyd Kalber, the station news director at the time...he would head to Chicago in 1962, joining WNBQ (now WMAQ)) 10:20 Camera on Sports (Dick Charles) 10:30 My Hero 11:00 Nightwatch 11:30 Late Show WOW 6-Omaha 7:00 Today with Garroway (Today in Omaha at 7:25/7:55) 9:00 Ding Dong School 9:30 Glamour Girl 10:00 Hawkins Falls 10:15 Three Steps to Heaven 10:30 Bennetts 10:45 Follow Your Heart 11:00 Bride & Groom (Newark NJ couple Ruth Curley and Gordon LeMatty get hitched) 11:15 TV Feature 11:40 TV Meditation 11:45 News (Ray Clark) noon Snicker Flickers ("Jolly Joe" Martin) 12:30 TV Reporter (Mal Hansen) 12:45 Matinee Movie 2:00 Kate Smith 3:00 Welcome Travelers 3:30 On Your Account 4:00 Connie's Kitchen 4:30 Howdy Doody 5:00 Trail Time ("Uncle Tom" Chase) 6:00 Stand By for Action 6:30 News/Weather 6:45 Camel News Caravan 7:00 Name That Tune 7:30 Voice of Firestone (guest Patrice Munsel) 8:00 Dennis Day 8:30 Robert Montgomery Presents "A Case of Identity" 9:30 I am the Law "Buttons Story" 10:00 Omar Weatherman (Chuck Thomas) 10:07 Sports (Jack Payne) 10:15 News (Ray Clark) 10:30 Kent Theatre 11:00 Dave Garroway 11:30 Cinema 6 KVTV 9-Sioux City 11:00 Film Subject 11:15 Love of Life 11:30 Search for Tomorrow 11:45 Keyboard Kapers noon Brighter Day 12:15 Noon Time News (Eddie Osborn) 12:25 Meditation 12:30 Curio Shop 1:00 TV Schooltime 1:30 Song Shop (Vivien Dale sings, Eddie Osborn on piano and organ) 2:00 Open House (Jan Voss) 2:30 Bob Crosby 3:00 Welcome Travelers 3:30 On Your Account 4:00 Western Roundup 4:30 Howdy Doody 5:00 Crusader Rabbit 5:05 Kids' Korner (The Canyon Kid) 5:30 Kit Carson 6:00 Sioux City Speaks 6:30 News 6:35 Weather (Conrad Johnson) 6:40 Markets 6:45 Camel News Caravan 7:00 TBA 7:30 Arthur Godfrey's Talent Scouts 8:00 I Love Lucy 8:30 Red Buttons 9:00 TV Playhouse 10:00 Sports (Les Davis) 10:10 Weather 10:20 News 10:30 TBA 10:35 Greatest Fights of the Century 10:45 Public Prosecutor 11:00 George Jessel KFOR 10-Lincoln (the station was celebrating 2 major accomplishments on Dec 1/53...(1) increasing its power from 11kw to 59kw, and (2) joining the ABC microwave network-their feed was relayed from Omaha via Gretna) 5:30pm Comic Club 6:00 News 6:15 Supper Club 6:30 Three Musketeers 7:30 Of Many Things 8:00 Junior Press Conference 8:30 Big Picture 9:00 Outdoor Nebraska Theatre (Nebraska Game Commission Chairman Paul Gilbert) 9:30 News 9:45 Weather 9:55 Sports 10:00 Hourglass Theatre KELO 11-Sioux Falls 4:30pm TV Puppets 4:45 Love of Life 5:00 KELO Lites 5:05 Serial 5:25 Crusader Rabbit 5:30 Cisco Kid 6:00 Club Video 6:30 Arthur Murray's Dance Party 6:45 Frigidaire News (Bill Wigginton) 6:55 Grain Belt Weather (Gene Piatt) 7:00 Hollywood Half Hour 7:30 Red Buttons 8:00 Life is Worth Living 8:30 Robert Montgomery Presents 9:30 Liberace 10:00 Old Home Weather (Roger Russell) 10:10 Hamm's Newsreel (Jim Burt) 10:20 Fenn's News (Bill Wigginton) 10:30 Championship Wrestling 11:30 Paradise Island KOLN 12-Lincoln 5:30pm Merry & Mr. Bill 6:00 Weather (Joe Kinney) 6:05 Sports (Bud Shaner) 6:15 Lincolnland News (Bob Taylor) 6:20 National/International News (By Krasne) 6:30 Big Picture 7:00 Stars on Parade 7:30 High School Hi-Lites (Cathedral High, Lincoln/Beatrrice High) 8:00 Boxing 9:00 Mr. & Mrs. North 9:30 Movie Quick Quiz (Paul Jensen) 9:40 Weather (Bob Taylor) 9:45 Lincolnland News (By Krasne) 9:50 National/International News (ditto) 10:00 Starlite Theatre Retro: North Carolina Tues, Jan 9, 1962 50 years ago today, from TV Guide-North Carolina edition 2 WFMY-CBS/ABC Greensboro 3 WBTV-CBS/ABC Charlotte 4 WUNC-Edu Chapel Hill 5 WRAL-NBC Raleigh 6 WECT-NBC/CBS/ABC Wilmington 7 WITN-NBC Washington 9 WNCT-CBS/ABC Greenville 9* WSOC-NBC/ABC Charlotte 11 WTVD-CBS/ABC Durham 12 WSJS-NBC Winston-Salem Morning 6:00 2 Religious Film Feature 5-12 Continental Classroom "Teacher Training" (c) 7 Aspect 6:15 2 RFD Piedmont (George Perry) 9* Farm & Home (Lloyd Foster) 6:20 3 Daily Word 6:25 3 College of the Air 6:30 2-11 College of the Air 5 Aspect 6 Carolina Farm Beat 7-9*-12 Continental Classroom "Local Government and Politics: Theory and Practice" (c) 9 Carolina Today 6:55 3 Farm Journal (Gil Stamper) 7:00 2 Good Morning (Lee Kinard) 3 Carolina Calling (Smith) 5-6-7-9*-12 Today 11 Morning Jamboree 7:55 3 News/Weather 8:00 2-3-9-11 Captain Kangaroo 8:55 4 News/Weather 9:00 2 Devotions 3-4-6-7-12 History 5 Bozo the Clown 9 College of the Air 9* Cartoon Carnival 11 Cartoon Shop (Ernie Greup) 9:15 2 Second Breakfast (Stoker) 9* Debbie Drake 9:30 2 What's Cooking? (Kelly) 3 Romper Room 4-6-9-9*-12 Science 7 December Bride 9* Cartoon Carnival 9:55 5 Kukla & Ollie 10:00 2-3-9-11 Calendar 4 World History 5-6-7-9*-12 Say When 10:30 2-3-9-11 I Love Lucy 4 Mathematics 5-6-7-9*-12 Play Your Hunch (c) 11:00 2-3-9-11 Video Village 4 French 5-6-7-9*-12 Price is Right 11:30 2-3-9-11 Your Surprise Package 4 Graphic Arts 5-6-7-9*-12 Concentration 11:55 2-3-9-11 CBS News Afternoon noon 2-3-11 Love of Life 4 British Calendar 5-6-7-12 Your First Impression 9-9* News (W.E. Debnam on 9, Jimmy Kilgo on 9*) 12:15 4 News (Dave Wegerek) 9 Farm News (Don Faust) 9* Movie "A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court" 12:25 9 Weather (Sherman Husted) 12:30 2-3-9 Search for Tomorrow 4 Aspect 5-6-7-12 Truth of Consequences 11 Queen for a Day 12:45 2-3-9 Guiding Light 12:55 5-6-7-12 NBC News 1:00 2 Medic "Vagrant Heart, Vagrant Cop" 3 Betty Feezor 4 College of the Air "New Biology" 5 Time Out (Sam Beard) 6 Spanish 7 Yours for a Song 9 Love of Life 11 Peggy Mann 12 Harvey Dinkins 1:15 6 These Things We Share 1:25 6 News (Bob West) 1:30 2-3-6-9-11 As the World Turns 5 Yours for a Song 7 Queen for a Day 12 Our Miss Brooks "Phonebook Follies" 2:00 2-9-11 Password 3 Medic 5-7-9*-12 Jan Murray (c) 6 Variety Showcase (Burns) 2:25 5-6-7-9*-12 NBC News 2:30 2-3-9-11 House Party 5-6-7-9*-12 Loretta Young "A New Step" 3:00 2 TV Matinee (Lee Kinard) 3 Pat Lee 5-6-7-9*-12 Young Dr. Kildare 9-11 Millionaire 3:30 2-3-9-11 Verdict is Yours 5-6-7-9*-12 Our Five Daughters 3:55 2-3-9-11 CBS News 4:00 2-3-9-11 Brighter Day 5-6-7-9*-12 Make Room for Daddy "My Fair Vocal Coach" 4:15 2-3-9-11 Secret Storm 4:30 2-3-6-9-11 Edge of Night 5-7-9*-12 Here's Hollywood (guests Leon Ames and Jessie Royce Landis) 4:55 5-7-9*-12 NBC News 5:00 2 Old Rebel/Pecos Pete 3 Three Ring Circus 4 Geometry 5 Captain Five (Herb Marks) 6 Father Knows Best "Mother Goes to School" 7-9*-12 Kukla & Ollie 9 Bozo the Clown 11 Fun Hour 5:05 7 Three Stooges 9* Clown Carnival (Lindsay) 12 Bob Gordon 5:30 2 Deputy Dawg 5 Quick Draw McGraw 6 TBA 7 Laurel & Hardy 12 Deputy "The Wild Wind" Evening 6:00 2 Groucho 3 Whirlybirds "Pink is for Death" 4 Chronicle 5 Captain Five (Herb Marks) 6 News (Ben McDonald) 7 Funny Page 9-9* Huckleberry Hound 11 Dennis the Menace "Through Thick and Thin" 12 Peter Gunn 6:05 5 News (Armstrong/Capps) 6:20 5 Viewpoint (Jesse Helms) 6:25 3 Sports (Bill Ward) 6:30 2-11 News/Weather 3-7-9-9*-12 News 5 Sports (Ray Reeve) 6 Military Log 6:45 2-3-9-11 CBS News 4 What's New? 5-7-9*-12 NBC News 6:55 6 News/Weather 7:00 2 Phil Silvers (Sgt. Bilko) "Bilko FOB Detroit" 3 Deputy "Cherchez la femme" 5 Tightrope! "The Model and the Mob" 7 Third Man "A Pocketful of Sin" 9 Coronado 9 "Obituary of a Small Ape" 9* Pioneers "Twelve Pound Nugget" 11 Adventures in Paradise "Hurricane Audrey" 12 Everglades "The Long Walk" 7:15 4 UN in Review 6 NBC News 7:30 2-3 Marshall Dillon (Gunsmoke) 4 Design Seminar (NC State College School of Design) 5-7-9*-12 Laramie "The Barefoot Kid" (c) 6 Beachcomber "The Shark Affair" 9 Donna Reed "Once Upon a Timepiece" 8:00 2 Dick Van Dyke 3 King of Diamonds "The Greed Merchants" 4 Goals for Americans 6 Bachelor Father "Kelly the Yes Man" 9 Ben Casey "And If I Die" 11 New Breed "The All-American Boy" 8:30 2-3 Dobie Gillis "I Do Not Choose to Run" 4 You the Deaf 5-6-7-12 Alfred Hitchcock "Bad Actor" 9* Margie "Margie Flies the Coop" 9:00 2-3-9-11 Red Skelton (guests Edward Everett Horton and Jackie Coogan) 4 Eastern Wisdom 5-6-7-9*-12 Dick Powell "A Time to Die" 9:30 2-3 Ichabod & Me 4 Metroplex "The Promise of the City" 9 Dick Van Dyke 11 My Three Sons "Chip Leaves Home" 10:00 2-3-9-11 Garry Moore (guests Steve Lawrence and Eydie Gorme) 5-7-12 Cain's Hundred "Take a Number" 6 Untouchables "Canada Run" 9* Alcoa Premiere "Pattern of Guilt" 11:00 2-3-5-6-7-9-9*-11-12 News 11:10 3-5 Sports 11:15 3 Movie "Elsa Maxwell's Hotel for Women" 5-6-12 Jack Paar (c) 11 Movie "Texas" 11:20 7-9* Sports (Rick Tash on 7, Bill Snyder on 9*) 9 Movie "Sentimental Journey" 11:25 2 Movie "Terror Ship" 11:30 7-9* Jack Paar (c) First, I'd like to know where you're getting these North Carolina editions; I'd like to lay my hands on a few myself. (In a few days I will post a couple of retros from 1965.) I noticed the name Dave Wegerek doing news on Channel 4. I remember him on WFMY later in the '60s, but I think he died rather young. My grandmother never could pronounce his last name properly, and was forever calling him "Willjerk." This was a little less than seven months before WRAL went to ABC, and WTVD began shoehorning CBS and NBC programs, a practice it continued until 1971. IIRC, after the switch WRAL kept the "Today" show for a year or two; WTVD kept "Captain Kangaroo" and picked up "The Tonight Show" just in time for Johnny Carson's debut as host. WRAL also replaced Huntley-Brinkley with Ron Cochran, although that may have been a little later. I remember the daytime and Tuesday primetime schedules in the summer of '62 to have been something like this: WRAL: 10 AM Time Out (local quiz show matching civic clubs) 10:30 Play Your Hunch (NBC) 11 AM Tennessee Ernie Ford Show (ABC) 11:30 Yours For A Song (ABC) 12 N Jane Wyman Presents (ABC) 12:30 Camouflage (ABC) 12:55 ABC News (Alex Dreier) 1 PM Queen For A Day (ABC, delay from 3 PM) 1:30 Who Do You Trust? (ABC, delay from 3:30 PM) 2 PM Day In Court (ABC) 2:30 Seven Keys (ABC) 3 PM Young Dr. Malone (NBC) 3:30 Our Five Daughters (NBC) 4 PM Make Room For Daddy (NBC) 4:30 American Bandstand (ABC, joined in progress) 4:50 American Newsstand (ABC) Tuesday primetime: 7:30 Bugs Bunny (ABC) 8 PM Bachelor Father (ABC) 8:30 The New Breed (ABC) 9:30 Yours For A Song (ABC) 10 PM Alcoa Premiere (ABC) 11 PM ABC News (Murphy Martin) WTVD: 10 AM Say When! (NBC) 10:30 I Love Lucy (CBS) 11 AM Price Is Right (NBC) 11:30 Concentration (NBC) 12 N Love Of Life (CBS) 12:30 Truth Or Consequences (NBC) 12:55 NBC News (Ray Scherer, I think) 1 PM Peggy Mann (local) 1:30 As The World Turns (CBS) 2 PM Password (CBS) 2:30 Art Linkletter's House Party (CBS) 3 PM Millionaire (CBS) 3:30 To Tell The Truth (CBS) 3:55 CBS News (Douglas Edwards) 4 PM Secret Storm (CBS) 4:30 Edge Of Night (CBS) Tuesday prime time: 7:30 Laramie (NBC) 8:30 Dobie Gillis (CBS) 9 PM Comedy Spot (CBS) 9:30 Who In The World? (CBS, delay from Sun 9:30 PM) 10 PM Talent Scouts (CBS, Garry Moore's summer replacement) If you have any North Carolina editions from the summer of '62 you can correct me on these; these are as I remember them, and most of what I have from '62 comes from Atlanta. A couple of the names you mention on here were legends in North Carolina, particularly W.E. Debnam (practically all of Eastern North Carolina stopped what it was doing at noon for "Debnam Views The News") and Jimmy Kilgo (who hosted the dance-party show "Kilgo's Kanteen" on WSOC on Saturdays, in addition to his news-anchoring duties). Ah, the memories.... Retro: Richmond, VA - May 7-11, 1984 - Weekdays BY REQUEST - Retto: Richmond, VA - From TV Guide Eastern Virginia Edition - WEEKDAYS May 7-11, 1984 6 WTVR (CBS) Park Communications (Now Owned by Local TV LLC) 5 AM CBS NEWS NIGHTWATCH 6 AM 20 MINUTE WORKOUT-Exercise 6:30 CBS EARLY NEWS 7 AM CBS NEWS THIS MORNING 9 AM PHIL DONAHUE-Talk 10 AM 25,000 DOLLAR PYRAMID-Game 10:30 PRESS YOUR LUCK-Game 11 AM PRICE IS RIGHT-Game 12 PM RICHMOND TODAY 12:30 YOUNG AND THE RESTLESS-Serial 1:30 AS THE WORLD TURNS-Serial 2:30 CAPITOL-Serial 3 PM GUIDING LIGHT-Serial 4 PM WALTONS-Drama 5 PM ALICE-Comedy 6 PM NEWS 7 PM CBS NEWS 7:30 FAMILY FEUD-Game Monday 8 PM SCARECROW & MRS KING-Comedy/Drama 9 PM KATE & ALLIE-Comedy 9:30 NEWHART-Comedy 10 PM CAGNEY & LACEY-Drama Tuesday 8 PM AMERICAN PARADE 9 PM CBS MOVIE – Agatha Christie: A Caribbean Mystery (1983) Wednesday 8 PM WALT DISNEY’S WORLD-Fantasy 9 PM CBS MOVIE – Cowboy (1983) Thursday 8 PM MAGNUM PI-Drama 9 PM MIKE HAMMER-Drama 10 PM SIMON & SIMON-Drama Friday 8 PM DUKES OF HAZARD- Western 9 PM DALLAS-Serial/Drama 10 PM FALCON CREST-Drama Monday-Friday 11 PM CHANNEL 2 NEWS Monday/Early Tuesday 11:35 HART TO HART-Drama 12:45 COLUMBO-Drama Tuesday/Early Wednesday 11:35 MAGNUM PI-Drama 12:45 MCCLOUD-Drama Wednesday/Early Thursday 11:35 POLICE STORY-Drama 12:45 CBS LATE MOVIE – Million Dollar Infield (1983) Thursday/Early Friday 11:35 TRAPPER JOHN MD-Drama 12:45 CBS LATE MOVIE – You Can’t Go Home Again (1979) Friday/Early Saturday 11:35 HARRY-O-Drama 12:45 KOJAK-Drama 1:45 BARETTA-Drama 3 AM LATE LATE MOVIE – The Hustle (1975) Monday/Early Tuesday-Thursday/Early Friday 2:35 CBS NEWS NIGHTWATCH 8 WXEX (ABC) Nationwide Communications (Now WRIC owned by Young) 5 AM PTL CLUB-Jim & Tammy Bakker 6 AM ABC NEWS 6:30 NEWS 7 AM GOOD MORNING AMERICA 9 AM HOUR MAGAZINE-Magazine 10 AM WOMAN TO WOMAN-Talk 10:30 GOOD MORNING VIRGINIA 11 AM BENSON-Comedy 11:30 LOVING-Serial 12 PM FAMILY FEUD-Game 12:30 RYAN’S HOPE-Serial 1 PM ALL MY CHILDREN-Serial 2 PM ONE LIFE TO LIVE-Serial 3 PM GENERAL HOSPITAL-Serial 4 PM GOOD TIMES-Comedy 4:30 LAVERNE & SHIRLEY-Comedy 5 PM THREE’S COMPANY-Comedy 5:30 PEOPLE’S COURT-Drama 6 PM NEWS 6:30 ABC NEWS 7 PM THREE’S COMPANY-Comedy 7:30 PM MAGAZINE-Magazine Monday 8 PM GOING BACK HOME 9 PM ABC SPECIAL – LAST DAYS OF POMPEII Tuesday 8 PM HAPPY DAYS-Comedy (Final Episode) 9 PM ABC SPECIAL: LAST DAYS OF POMPEII NORMALLY AIRED: 8 PM HAPPY DAYS-Comedy 8:30 FOUL UPS BLEEPS AND BLUNDERS-Comedy 9 PM THREE’S COMPANY-Comedy 9:30 OH MADELINE-Comedy 10 PM HART TO HART-Drama Wednesday 8 PM FALL GUY-Drama 9 PM DYNASTY-Serial/Drama 10 PM HOTEL-Drama Thursday 8 PM TV’S FUNNIEST GAME SHOW MOMENTS 9 PM CELEBRITIES: WHERE ARE THEY NOW? 10 PM 20/20-Newsmagazine Friday 8 PM BENSON-Comedy 8:30 WEBSTER-Comedy 9 PM BLUE THUNDER-Drama 10 PM MATT HOUSTON-Adventure Monday-Friday 11 PM NEWS 11:30 ABC NEWS NIGHTLINE 12 MID SOAP-Comedy 12:30 HAWAII-FIVE-O-Drama 1:30 CHARLIE’S ANGELS-Drama 2:30 NEWS 3 AM SIGN OFF 12 WWBT (NBC) Jefferson Pilot (Now owned by Raycom) 5:30 HEALTH FIELD 6 AM NBC NEWS AT SUNRISE 6:30 NEWS 7 AM TODAY 9 AM MUPPET SHOW-Children/Variety 9:30 CARD SHARKS-Game 10 AM FACTS OF LIFE-Comedy 10:30 SALE OF THE CENTURY-Game 11 AM WHEEL OF FORTUNE-Game 11:30 DREAM HOUSE-Game 12 PM DIFF’RENT STROKES-Comedy 12:30 SEARCH FOR TOMORROW-Serial 1 PM DAYS OF OUR LIVES-Serial 2 PM ANOTHER WORLD-Serial 3 PM MATCH GAME/HOLLYWOOD SQUARES-Game 4 PM HAPPY DAYS-Comedy 4:30 WHAT’S HAPPENING-Comedy 5 PM JEFFERSONS-Comedy 5:30 WKRP IN CINCINNATI-Comedy 6 PM NEWS 6:30 NBC NEWS 7 PM M*A*S*H-Comedy 7:30 ENTERTAINMENT TONIGHT-Magazine Monday 8 PM TV BLOOPERS 9 PM NBC SPECIAL: V: THE FINAL BATTLE Tuesday 8 PM A TEAM-Drama 9 PM NBC SPECIAL: V: THE FINAL BATTLE NORMALLY AIRED (9 PM REMINGTON STEELE-Drama 10 PM QUINCY-Drama) Wednesday 8 PM REAL PEOPLE-Comedy/Reality 9 PM FACTS OF LIFE-Comedy 9:30 NIGHT COURT-Comedy 10 PM ST ELSEWHERE-Drama Thursday 8 PM GIMME A BREAK-Comedy 8:30 FAMILY TIES-Comedy 9 PM CHEERS-Comedy 9:30 DUCK FACTORY-Comedy 10 PM HILL STREET BLUES-Drama/Comedy Friday 8 PM FAME-Drama 9 PM NBC MOVIE – The Omen (1976) Monday/Early Tuesday-Friday/Early Saturday 11 PM NEWS 11:30 TONIGHT SHOW-Johnny Carson 12:30 LATE NIGHT –David Letterman (Except Friday) FRIDAY NIGHT VIDEOS-Music (Friday) 1:30 M*A*S*H-Comedy 2 AM ODD COUPLE-Comedy 2:30 HERE’S LUCY-Comedy 3 AM BEN CASEY-Drama (Except Early Saturday) MASTER-Drama (Early Saturday) 4 AM SIGN OFF 35 WRLH (Ind.) TVX (Now Fox Affiliated Independent owned by Sinclair) 5:30 JIMMY SWAGGART-Religion 6 AM 20 MINUTE WORKOUT-Exercise 6:30 GREAT SPACE COASTER-Children 7 AM POPEYE-Cartoons 7:30 BUGS BUNNY-Cartoons 8 AM TOM & JERRY-Cartoons 8:30 FLINTSTONES-Cartoon 9 AM GILLIGAN’S ISLAND-Comedy 9:30 GET SMART-Comedy 10 AM 700 CLUB 11 AM FAMILY-Drama 12 PM I LOVE LUCY-Comedy 12:30 ANDY GRIFFITH-Comedy 1 PM BEWITCHED-Comedy 1:30 I DREAM OF JEANNIE-Comedy 2 PM WOODY WOODPECKER-Cartoons 2:30 BUGS BUNNY & POPEYE-Cartoons 3 PM TOM & JERRY-Cartoons 3:30 HE MAN & THE MASTERS OF THE UNIVERSE-Cartoons 4 PM SUPERFRIENDS-Cartoons 4:30 SCOOBY DOO-Cartoons 5 PM FLINTSTONES-Cartoon 5:30 BEWITCHED-Comedy 6 PM SANFORD & SON-Comedy 6:30 SANFORD & SON-Comedy 7 PM STAR TREK-Science Foction 8 PM LITTLE HOUSE ON THE PRAIRIE-Adventure 9 PM PRIME MOVIE 35 – The Birds (1963) Mon Killers’ Elite (1975) Tues Coogan’s Bluff (1969) Wed The Gambler (1980) Thurs STAR TREK – 2 EPISODES SPECIAL (Fri) 5:30 WKRP IN CINCINNATI-Comedy 11 PM TAXI-Comedy 11:30 ONE DAY AT A TIME-Comedy 13 MID WELCOME BACK KOTTER-Comedy 12:30 HONEYMOONERS-Comedy 1 AM BENNY HILL-Comedy 1:30 FANTASY ISLAND-Fantasy 2 AM LATE MOVIE – Cynthia (1947) Early Tues Do Not Disturb (1965) Early Wed Standing Tall (1978) Early Thurs They Live By Night (1948) Early Fri White Sister (1933) Early Sat 4 AM SIGN OFF 63 WRNX (Christian/Ind.) Capitol Christian TV (Now Dark - License Deleted) 5 AM D JAMES KENNEDY-Religion 5:30 LESTER SUMRALL-Religion 6 AM JIM AND TAMMY-Religion 7 AM 700 CLUB-Religion 8:30 JIMMY SWAGGART-Religion 9 AM JIM AND TAMMY-Religion 10 AM CASEY TREAT-Religion 10:30 LESTER SUMRALL-Religion 11 AM 700 CLUB-Religion 12:30 JIMMY SWAGGART-Religion 1 PM MISTER ED-Comedy 1:30 GREEN ACRES-Comedy 2 PM PETTICOAT JUNCTION-Comedy 2:30 GOMER PYLE USMC-Comedy 3 PM NEW ZOO REVUE-Children 3:30 SUPERBOOK-Cartoon 4 PM LITTLE RASCALS-Comedy 4:30 LEAVE IT TO BEAVER-Comedy 5 PM MY THREE SONS-Comedy 5:30 BRADY BUNCH-Comedy 6 PM DENNIS THE MENACE-Comedy 6:30 BEVERLY HILLBILLIES-Comedy 7 PM 700 CLUB-Pat Robertson 8:30 JIMMY SWAGGART-Religion 9 PM JERRY FAWELL (Mon0 REX HUMBARD (Tues) JIMMY SWAGGART (Wed) DWIGHT THOMPSON (Thurs) IN TOUCH (Fri) 9:30 ORAL ROBERTS (Tues) 10 PM JIM AND TAMMY 11 PM DICK VAN DYKE-Comedy 11:30 BEVERLY HILLBILLIES-Comedy 12 MID DANNY THOMAS-Comedy 12:30 DONNA REED-Comedy 1 AM BONANZA-Western 2 AM 700 CLUB 3 AM PRAISE THE LORD Retro: Central Florida Thursday, February 9, 1967 From TV Guide, Central Florida Edition: WESH Ch. 2 Daytona Beach/Orlando (NBC) 6:15 Sunshine Almanac 6:30 History Since 1865 7 AM Today 8:45 Soviet News Conference: Soviet Premier Aleksei Kosygin holds a live news conference in London, transmitted by Early Bird satellite. Simultaneous translation of questions and answers into English is provided. 10 AM Reach For The Stars 10:25 NBC News (Sander Vanocur) 10:30 Concentration 11 AM Pat Boone (Pat sings "Georgy Girl." That must have been something.) 11:30 Hollywood Squares 12 N Jeopardy! 12:30 Eye Guess 12:55 NBC News (Edwin Newman) 1 PM News 1:15 Focus 2 1:30 Let's Make A Deal 1:55 NBC News (Nancy Dickerson) 2 PM Days Of Our Lives 2:30 The Doctors 3 PM Another World 3:30 You Don't Say! 4 PM Match Game 4:25 NBC News (Floyd Kalber) 4:30 Mike Douglas 5:30 Newscope 6:30 Huntley-Brinkley Report 7 PM Rifleman 7:30 Daniel Boone 8:30 Star Trek 9:30 Dragnet 1967 10 PM Dean Martin 11 PM News 11:30 Tonight Show WEDU Ch. 3 Tampa (NET) 8:50 Classroom 3:15 In-Service (handwriting) 3:45 Front Desk 4 PM Houseparty (cooking, not Art Linkletter's show) 4:30 Segovia Master Class (Andres Segovia teaches guitar) 5 PM What's New 5:30 Children's Corner 6 PM Friendly Giant 6:15 Paris Calling 6:30 World Civilizations 7 PM Adelante 7:30 Big Picture 8 PM What's In A Word? 8:30 World Of Books (the host is named Haslam, and I used to be a frequent customer at Haslam's Bookstore in St. Petersburg--wonder if it's the same person) 9 PM Suncoast Sports 9:30 NET Journal: "The War Relived" (a German-eye view of Hitler and World War II) 10:30 Arts Unlimited sign off 11 PM WDBO (WKMG) Ch. 6 Orlando (CBS) 6:15 Sunshine Almanac 6:30 Sunrise Semester: "Early Middle Ages" 7 AM News 7:05 CBS News (Joseph Benti) 7:30 Lone Ranger 8 AM Captain Kangaroo 9 AM Romper Room 9:30 Open House 10 AM Candid Camera 10:30 Beverly Hillbillies 11 AM Andy Griffith 11:30 Dick Van Dyke 12 N Love Of Life 12:25 CBS News (Joseph Benti) 12:30 Search For Tomorrow 12:45 Guiding Light 1 PM Girl Talk 1:30 As The World Turns 2 PM Password 2:30 Art Linkletter's House Party 3 PM To Tell The Truth 3:25 CBS News (Douglas Edwards) 3:30 Edge Of Night 4 PM Secret Storm 4:30 Woody Woodpecker 5 PM Leave It To Beaver 5:30 McHale's Navy 6 PM News 6:30 CBS News (Walter Cronkite) 7 PM Perry Mason 8 PM The Lucy Show (delay from Monday 8:30) 8:30 My Three Sons 9 PM CBS Movie: "The Caretakers" 11 PM News 11:30 Movie: "Halliday Brand" WFLA Ch. 8 Tampa (NBC) 6:30 RFD Florida 7 AM Today 8:45 Soviet News Conference 10 AM Movie: "Latin Lovers" (conclusion) 10:30 Concentration 11 AM Pat Boone 11:30 Hollywood Squares 12 N Jeopardy! 12:30 Eye Guess 12:55 NBC News 1 PM News 1:25 Doctor's House Call 1:30 Girl Talk 2 PM Days Of Our Lives 2:30 The Doctors 3 PM Another World 3:30 You Don't Say! 4 PM Match Game 4:25 NBC News 4:30 Merv Griffin 6 PM News 6:30 Huntley-Brinkley Report 7 PM True (reruns of GE True, with Jack Webb as host) 7:30 Daniel Boone 8:30 Star Trek 9:30 Dragnet 1967 10 PM Dean Martin 11 PM News 11:30 Tonight Show WFTV Ch. 9 Orlando (ABC) 7 AM Where The Action Is (don't be too surprised--Norfolk's Ch. 13 carried it at 8 AM) 7:30 Morning Show 8:30 Magilla Gorilla (delay from Saturday 12:30) 9 AM Exercise For Women 9:30 Merv Griffin 11 AM Supermarket Sweep 11:30 Dating Game 12 N Everybody's Talking 12:30 News 12:55 Doctor's House Call 1 PM Ben Casey 2 PM Newlywed Game 2:30 Dream Girl Of '67 2:55 ABC News (Marlene Sanders) 3 PM General Hospital 3:30 The Nurses 4 PM Dark Shadows 4:30 Alfred Hitchcock Presents 5 PM Twilight Zone 5:30 ABC News (Peter Jennings) 6 PM News 6:25 Editorial 6:30 Movie: "The Son Of Hercules In The Land Of Darkness" (Part 1) 7:30 Batman 8 PM F Troop 8:30 Bewitched 9 PM Love On A Rooftop 9:30 That Girl 10 PM ABC Stage 67 11 PM News 11:20 Editorial, Weather 11:30 Movie: "The Young Racers" WLCY (WTSP) Ch. 10 St. Petersburg (ABC) 7:25 Pastor's Study 7:30 Sunshine Almanac 7:45 News 8 AM Good Morning 8:30 Jack LaLanne 9 AM Romper Room 10 AM Candid Camera (Ch. 13 pre-empted it) 10:30 Bachelor Father 11 AM Supermarket Sweep 11:30 Dating Game 12 N Everybody's Talking 12:30 Donna Reed 1 PM Ben Casey 2 PM Newlywed Game 2:30 Dream Girl Of '67 2:55 ABC News 3 PM General Hospital 3:30 The Nurses 4 PM Dark Shadows 4:30 Where The Action Is 5 PM News 5:30 ABC News 6 PM Movie: "Ma And Pa Kettle Go To Town" 7:30 Batman 8 PM F Troop 8:30 Bewitched 9 PM Love On A Rooftop 9:30 That Girl 10 PM ABC Stage 67 11 PM News 11:30 Open Mike WINK Ch. 11 Ft. Myers (CBS) 7 AM Edison Jr. College 7:30 CBS News 7:55 Informacast 8 AM Captain Kangaroo 9 AM Jack LaLanne 9:30 Millionaire 10 AM Candid Camera 10:30 Beverly Hillbillies 11 AM Andy Griffith 11:30 Dick Van Dyke 12 N News 12:15 Agriculture News 12:25 CBS News 12:30 Search For Tomorrow 12:45 Guiding Light 1 PM Love Of Life 1:25 News 1:30 As The World Turns 2 PM Password 2:30 Art Linkletter's House Party 3 PM To Tell The Truth 3:25 CBS News 3:30 Edge Of Night 4 PM Secret Storm 4:30 Mike Douglas 6 PM News 6:30 CBS News 7 PM Variety Playhouse 8 PM Gilligan's Island (delay from Monday 7:30, but this was its timeslot on CBS the previous year) 8:30 My Three Sons 9 PM CBS Movie: "The Caretakers" 11 PM News 11:20 Movie: "Slim" WTVT Ch. 13 Tampa (CBS) 5:55 Sunrise Semester 6:25 Bible Readings 6:30 Florida Farmer 7 AM A.M. 8 AM Captain Kangaroo 9 AM Mike Douglas 10:30 Beverly Hillbillies 11 AM Andy Griffith 11:30 Dick Van Dyke 12 N News 12:20 Farm Report 12:25 CBS News 12:30 Search For Tomorrow 12:45 Guiding Light 1 PM Love Of Life 1:25 Tampa Bay Topics 1:30 As The World Turns 2 PM Password 2:30 Art Linkletter's House Party 3 PM To Tell The Truth 3:25 CBS News 3:30 Edge Of Night 4 PM Secret Storm 4:30 Superman 5 PM Woody Woodpecker 5:30 News 5:45 Editorial 5:50 Stock Market 5:55 Pulse Extra 6 PM News 6:30 CBS News 7 PM Wanted--Dead Or Alive 7:30 Coliseum 8:30 My Three Sons 9 PM CBS Movie: "The Caretakers" 11 PM News 11:30 Movie: "Ten Wanted Men" WSUN Ch. 38 St. Petersburg (Ind.) 4:20 News 4:25 Animal World (not Bill Burrud's show) 4:30 Robin Hood 5 PM Sword Of Freedom 5:30 Astroboy 6 PM Movie: "Cowboy Serenade" 6:55 News 7 PM I Search For Adventure 7:30 Movie: "A Dangerous Profession" 8:55 News 9 PM Movie: "Last Days Of Pompeii" The only difference is that "Coliseum" had a different guest host each week (Art Linkletter on this particular night), whereas "International Showtime" was hosted by Don Ameche for its entire four-year run. A better example of a revival of "International Showtime" (by the same producers, in fact) was "Circus!" with Bert Parks as host; it ran in syndication back around 1972 and was rerun on WGN for years. A couple of other things. First, re Haslam's, what I liked about that store was that it had both new and used books, and its inventory would put Borders and Barnes & Noble to shame. Second, I notice some similarities in the Tampa daytime schedules for 1967 and when I moved there in '73. For instance, Mike Douglas was still on Ch. 13 at 9 AM, while Merv was still on Ch. 8 at 4:30; Ch. 8 had a morning movie from 9-10:30 (which they dropped in the fall of 1973 and carried the entire NBC daytime lineup in pattern for the three years I lived there) and a 1 PM newscast. I also notice Mike at 4:30 on Ch. 11; he was still there in the '70s, while Merv was on at 10:30 AM. Of course, the network schedules had changed. You may notice that both ABC stations (9 and 10) carried Peter Jennings at 5:30; ABC had four feeds of its newscast at the time, and we got Jennings at 5:30 in Norfolk in 1967. By the time I moved to Florida, Howard K. Smith and Harry Reasoner were anchoring ABC's newscast with only three feeds (6, 6:30, and 7); Ch. 10 carried them at 6; Ch. 9, at 6:30. Walter Cronkite was on Ch. 13 at 7 in the '70s, as he was on 11 for a time. 8:45 Soviet News Conference What normally aired on the NBC affiliates that week. 8:45-9 ET was the balance of Today; 9-10 ET was local on the east coast (the first hour of Today was re-fed on the network for CT. Retro: Carolina-Tennessee Saturday, January 10, 1970 From TV Guide, Carolina-Tennessee Edition: WSJK (WETP) Ch. 2 Knoxville (Sneedville, TN) (NET) off air on Saturday WBTV Ch. 3 Charlotte (CBS) 6:45 Church News 7 AM Casper 8 AM Jetsons 8:30 Bugs Bunny/Road Runner Hour 9:30 Dastardly & Muttley In Their Flying Machines 10 AM Perils Of Penelope Pitstop 10:30 Scooby-Doo, Where Are You? 11 AM Archie Comedy Hour 12 N Monkees (guest: Stan Freberg) 12:30 Fred Kirby's Rascals 1:15 Pastors Face Your Questions 1:45 Bucky Waters (Duke basketball highlights) 2 PM ACC Basketball: Duke at North Carolina 4 PM Country Style Roundup (time approximate) 5 PM Wrestling (from the studio) 6 PM News, Weather, Sports 6:30 Death Valley Days 7 PM Tommy Faile (guest: Billy Walker) 7:30 Jackie Gleason (guests: Milton Berle, Jackie Gayle, Irwin C. Watson, Allan Drake) 8:30 My Three Sons 9 PM Green Acres (Bob Cummings as a writer hoping to spend some quiet time at the Douglas farm--fat chance.) 9:30 Petticoat Junction 10 PM Mannix 11 PM News, Weather, Sports 11:25 Editorial 11:30 Movie: "Mystery Street" WFBC (WYFF) Ch. 4 Greenville, SC (NBC) 6:30 Farm News (Ben Leonard) 7:30 Monty's Rascals 9 AM Here Comes The Grump 9:30 Pink Panther 10 AM H.R. Pufnstuf 10:30 Banana Splits (a St. Louis cop directs traffic to a rock 'n' roll beat--shades of Allen Funt putting classical music to a Pittsburgh cop's hand signals) 11:30 Flintstones 12 N Jambo (the friendship of Herman the hippo and Lisa the elephant) 12:30 Underdog 1 PM Wrestling (from WRAL Raleigh) 2 PM ACC Basketball: Duke-North Carolina 4 PM Country Place (time approximate) 4:30 That Good Ole Nashville Music 5 PM Porter Wagoner 5:30 Lester Flatt 6 PM News, Weather, Sports 6:30 Huntley-Brinkley Report 7 PM Wilburn Brothers 7:30 Andy Williams (Cass Elliot, Arte Johnson, Ray Stevens (Andy's summer replacement in summer 1970), cameos by Lorne Greene and Sam Jaffe (as Dr. Zorba)) 8:30 Adam-12 9 PM NBC Movie: "How To Murder Your Wife" 11:30 News, Weather, Sports 12 M Movie: "The Dream Maker" (English rocker from the preBeatles era, Tommy Steele, stars, from '63) WCYB Ch. 5 Bristol, VA (NBC) 6 AM Telecollege 7 AM Data Processing 7:30 Popeye 7:55 News, Weather 8 AM Heckle And Jeckle 9 AM Here Comes The Grump 9:30 Pink Panther 10 AM H.R. Pufnstuf 10:30 Banana Splits 11:30 Flintstones 12 N Jambo 12:30 Underdog 1 PM Skippy The Bush Kangaroo 1:30 Country Place 2 PM Senior Bowl (North vs. South--a 37-37 tie, Terry Bradshaw was named the game's MVP) 5 PM Bonnie Lou And Buster (time approximate) 5:30 Porter Wagoner 6 PM Lester Flatt 6:30 Local News 7 PM Huntley-Brinkley Report 7:30 Andy Williams 8:30 Adam-12 9 PM NBC Movie: "How To Murder Your Wife" 11:30 News, Weather, Sports 12 M Saturday Tonight Show WATE Ch. 6 Knoxville (NBC) 7 AM Agricultural Science In Action 7:30 Popeye 8 AM Heckle And Jeckle 9 AM Here Comes The Grump 9:30 Pink Panther 10 AM H.R. Pufnstuf 10:30 Banana Splits 11:30 Flintstones 12 N Jambo 12:30 Underdog 1 PM Bobby Lord (country music) 1:30 TBA 2 PM Senior Bowl 5 PM Wilburn Brothers (guests: Joe and Rose Lee Maphis, time approximate) 5:30 Porter Wagoner 6 PM Lester Flatt (guest: Barbara Mandrell) 6:30 Huntley-Brinkley Report 7 PM Julia (delay from Tue 8:30 PM) 7:30 Andy Williams 8:30 Adam-12 9 PM NBC Movie: "How To Murder Your Wife" 11:30 Movie: "The Interns" (would become a series on CBS in fall 1970) WSPA Ch. 7 Spartanburg, SC (CBS) 6:30 Sunrise Semester: "Math" 7 AM Agricultural Science In Action 8 AM Jetsons 8:30 Bugs Bunny/Road Runner Hour 9:30 Dastardly & Muttley In Their Flying Machines 10 AM Perils Of Penelope Pitstop 10:30 Scooby-Doo, Where Are You? 11 AM Archie Comedy Hour 12 N Monkees 12:30 Wacky Races 1 PM Superman (animated) 1:30 Skippy The Bush Kangaroo 2 PM Six And Company (local music show with station personality Jack Six) 2:30 Cliff Gray (music and farm news) 3 PM Buck Owens (guest: Charley Pride) 3:30 TBA 4 PM Bill Anderson 4:30 Hugh X. Lewis (country music) 5 PM CBS Golf Classic (season premiere: Julius Boros and Don January vs. Charles Coody and Tommy Aaron, delay from 4 PM) 6 PM News, Weather, Sports 6:30 Big Valley 7:30 Jackie Gleason 8:30 My Three Sons 9 PM Green Acres 9:30 Petticoat Junction 10 PM Mannix 11 PM News, Weather, Sports 11:15 Movie: "Bandit Queen" WSOC Ch. 9 Charlotte (NBC) 7 AM Cisco Kid 7:30 Hobo Hotel (kids' show) 9 AM Here Comes The Grump 9:30 Pink Panther 10 AM H.R. Pufnstuf 10:30 Banana Splits 11:30 Flintstones 12 N Kilgo's Kanteen 1 PM Roller Derby 2 PM Senior Bowl 5 PM Bill Anderson (time approximate) 5:30 My Favorite Martian 6 PM News, Weather, Sports 6:30 Huntley-Brinkley Report 7 PM That Good Ole Nashville Music 7:30 Adam-12 (NBC is allowing Ch. 9 to carry the show an hour earlier tonight.) 8 PM ACC Basketball: South Carolina-Maryland 10 PM Andy Williams (time approximate) 11 PM News, Weather, Sports 11:30 Joe Pyne WBIR Ch. 10 Knoxville (CBS) 7:15 Agriculture 7:45 Davey And Goliath 8 AM Jetsons 8:30 Bugs Bunny/Road Runner Hour 9:30 Dastardly & Muttley In Their Flying Machines 10 AM Perils Of Penelope Pitstop 10:30 Scooby-Doo, Where Are You? 11 AM Archie Comedy Hour 12 N Monkees 12:30 Wacky Races 1 PM Superman (animated) 1:30 Jonny Quest 2 PM Pastor's Study 2:30 Movie: "Ma And Pa Kettle At Home" 4 PM Ray Mears (University of Tennessee basketball highlights) 4:30 Stan Hitchcock (country music--he's not related to Alfred) 5 PM Carl Smith (country music) 5:30 That Good Ole Nashville Music 6 PM News, Weather, Sports 6:30 CBS News (Roger Mudd) 7 PM Hogan's Heroes (delay from Fri 8:30 PM) 7:30 Jackie Gleason 8:30 My Three Sons 9 PM Green Acres 9:30 Petticoat Junction 10 PM Mannix 11 PM News, Weather, Sports 11:30 Movie: "Once More, My Darling" WJHL Ch. 11 Johnson City, TN (CBS) 7 AM Children's Gospel Hour 7:30 Batman (animated, delay from Sun 9:30 AM) 8 AM Jetsons 8:30 Bugs Bunny/Road Runner Hour 9:30 Dastardly & Muttley In Their Flying Machines 10 AM Perils Of Penelope Pitstop 10:30 Scooby-Doo, Where Are You? 11 AM Archie Comedy Hour 12 N Monkees 12:30 Wacky Races 1 PM Superman (animated) 1:30 Jonny Quest 2 PM Big Picture 2:30 Roller Derby 3:30 Movie: "Gunpoint" 5 PM Perfect Match (Dick Enberg hosts this "Dating Game" wannabe, where the couples are matched by computer.) 5:30 Bill Anderson 6 PM The Good Guys (watch for a pre-"Partridge Family" Danny Bonaduce, delay from Fri 8 PM) 6:30 CBS News 7 PM Call Of The West (selected "Death Valley Days" reruns) 7:30 Jackie Gleason 8:30 My Three Sons 9 PM Green Acres 9:30 Petticoat Junction 10 PM Mannix 11 PM News, Weather, Sports 11:30 Movie: "Captain Newman, M.D." WLOS Ch. 13 Asheville, NC (ABC) 6:30 Aspect (agriculture) 7 AM Mr. Bill And Bumbo 8 AM Adventures Of Gulliver 8:30 Smokey Bear 9 AM Cattanooga Cats 10 AM Hot Wheels 10:30 Hardy Boys (animated) 11 AM Sky Hawks 11:30 George Of The Jungle 12 N Get It Together (Sam Riddle and Cass Elliot host; guests: John Hartford and the Righteous Brothers) 12:30 American Bandstand (salute to Paul Revere and the Raiders) 1:30 Movie: "Return Of The Fly" 3 PM Marshal Dillon (the half-hour "Gunsmoke"s) 3:30 Wrestling (from WGHP High Point, NC) 4:30 Hula Bowl (South beat North, 35-13) 7:30 Dating Game (time approximate, guests are Peter Lawford and "Room 222"'s Denise Nicholas) 8 PM Newlywed Game 8:30 Lawrence Welk (guest: 16-year-old trumpeter David Joy) 9:30 Hollywood Palace (Burt Bacharach and Angie Dickinson host; guests: jockey Bill Shoemaker (making his song and dance debut), Scoey Mitchlll, Dusty Springfield, Sam and Dave) 10:30 Perry Mason 11:30 Roller Derby 12:30 ABC News (anchor not given) 12:45 Movie: "Girl On The Run" (the feature-length pilot for "77 Sunset Strip," only here Edd Byrnes is the bad guy) WHKY Ch. 14 Hickory, NC (Ind.) 2 PM Movie: "Double Cross" 3:30 Quest For Adventure 4 PM Junior America Jubilee 4:30 Movie: "South Of Texas" (Gene Autry) 5:30 Navy Film 6 PM News, Weather, Sports (still in b&w) 6:15 Lenoir Rhyne College News 6:30 TV Reader's Digest 7 PM William Tell 7:30 Movie: "Banjo On My Knee" 9 PM Movie: "Belle Starr" 10:30 Peter Gunn 11 PM Invisible Man 11:30 Man Without A Gun sign off 12 M WUNE Ch. 17 Linville, NC/WUNF Ch. 33 Asheville (NET) off air on Saturday WCCB Ch. 18 Charlotte (ABC) 7:30 Agriculture 8 AM Adventures Of Gulliver 8:30 Smokey Bear 9 AM Cattanooga Cats 10 AM Hot Wheels 10:30 Hardy Boys (animated) 11 AM Sky Hawks 11:30 George Of The Jungle 12 N Get It Together 12:30 American Bandstand 1:30 Upbeat 2:30 Kitty Wells 3 PM Pro Bowlers Tour (season premiere: the Wichita Centennial Open, with a top prize of $6000) 4:30 Hula Bowl 7:30 Dating Game (time approximate) 8 PM Newlywed Game 8:30 Lawrence Welk 9:30 Hollywood Palace 10:30 Joe Namath (talk show, with co-host Dick Schaap doing most of the work) 11 PM Movie: "The Palm Beach Story" 12:30 ABC News WKPT Ch. 19 Kingsport, TN (ABC) 7:30 Agriculture 8 AM Adventures Of Gulliver 8:30 Land Of Forever (I presume this is a local kids' show) 9 AM Cattanooga Cats 10 AM Hot Wheels 10:30 Hardy Boys (animated) 11 AM Sky Hawks 11:30 George Of The Jungle 12 N Get It Together 12:30 American Bandstand 1:30 Movie: "Stop! Look! And Laugh!" (Paul Winchell, Jerry Mahoney, Knucklehead Smith, and the Three Stooges) 3 PM Pro Bowlers Tour 4:30 Hula Bowl 7:30 Dating Game (time approximate) 8 PM Newlywed Game 8:30 Lawrence Welk 9:30 Hollywood Palace 10:30 Hazel 11 PM ABC News 11:15 Movie: "Eagle Squadron" WTVK Ch. 26 (WVLT Ch. 8) Knoxville (ABC) 7:30 Agriculture 8 AM Adventures Of Gulliver 8:30 Smokey Bear 9 AM Cattanooga Cats 10 AM Hot Wheels 10:30 Hardy Boys (animated) 11 AM Sky Hawks 11:30 George Of The Jungle 12 N Get It Together 12:30 American Bandstand 1:30 Dennis The Menace 2 PM Wrestling (not sure from where) 3 PM Pro Bowlers Tour 4:30 Hula Bowl 7:30 Dating Game (time approximate) 8 PM Newlywed Game 8:30 Lawrence Welk 9:30 Hollywood Palace 10:30 Let's Talk Sports 11 PM ABC News 11:15 Joe Pyne WNTV Ch. 29 Greenville, SC (NET) 4:15 TV High School: "Grammar" 4:45 Social Security 5 PM Yoga For Health 5:30 Highway Panorama 5:45 Agricultural Panorama 6 PM NET Children's Special (the Muppets show how to make a puppet) 7 PM At Home 7:30 Everybody's Business 8 PM NET Festival: "Is Somebody There?" is a collection of readings about poverty; readers are Eli Wallach, Anne Jackson, Brock Peters, and Barbara Kaiser 9 PM To Save Tomorrow (how Palo Alto Veterans Hospital gradually exposes patients to the outside world in preparation for life outside the hospital) 9:30 Toy That Grew Up (three Mack Sennett comedies: "Love, Speed And Thrills" (1915); "Our Dare Devil Chief" (1915); "Teddy At The Throttle" (1916) with Gloria Swanson and Wallace Beery) sign off 10:30 PM WCTU (pre-Turner, now WCNC) Ch. 36 Charlotte (Ind.) 5 PM Movie: "The Traveling Saleswoman" (Joan Davis stars, from '50) 6:30 CBS News (pre-empted on Ch. 3) 7 PM Wagon Train 8:30 Championship Wrestling From Florida 9:30 Movie: "Phantom Of The Opera" (Claude Rains version, from '43) 11 PM Movie: "Calling Dr. Death" (nothing to do with wrestler Steve Williams) WAIM (WMYA) Ch. 40 Anderson, SC (ABC/CBS) 8 AM Jetsons 8:30 Bugs Bunny/Road Runner Hour 9:30 Dastardly & Muttley In Their Flying Machines 10 AM Perils Of Penelope Pitstop 10:30 Scooby-Doo, Where Are You? 11 AM Archie Comedy Hour 12 N Monkees 12:30 Wacky Races 1 PM Superman (animated) 1:30 Jonny Quest 2 PM Accent On Action 3 PM Pro Bowlers Tour 4:30 Hula Bowl 7:30 Jackie Gleason (time approximate) 8:30 My Three Sons 9 PM Green Acres 9:30 Petticoat Junction 10 PM Mannix sign off 11 PM Retro: Knoxville/Asheville, N.C., Sunday, May 5, 1957 From Middlesboro (Ky.) Daily News, which didn’t carry listings for Channel 26 in Knoxville. WATE-TV 6 (NBC) AM 9 Through The TV Camera 9:45 Man To Man 10 Church In The Home 10:30 The Christophers 11 Church Service PM 12 Cartoon Carnival 12:30 Frontiers ol Faith 1 This Is The Life 1:30 Meet Mr. Wizard 2 His Word 2:30 Zoo Parade 3 Call To Freedom 4 Topper 4:30 Dr. Hudson’s Secret Journal 5 Meet The Press 5:30 Roy Rogers 6:00 77th Bengal Lancers 6:30 Circus Boy 7 Steve Allen Show 8 Chevy Show 9 Loretta Young Show 9:30 Waterfront 10 News 10:05 Movie Time (title not given) 11:30 Sign Off WBIR-TV 10 (CBS) AM 8:30 Television Pulpit 9 Lamp Unto My Feet 9:30 Look Up and Llvo 10 U.N. In Action 10:30 Camera Three 11 Faith for Today 11:30 Sacred Heart 11:45 What's Your Trouble? PM 12 Heckle and Jeckle 12:30 Cartoon Theatre 1 Talking It Over 1:30 Sermons In Science 2:00 Sunday Singing Spectacular 2:30 Face The Nation 3 Roundtable 4 See It Now 5 Range Rider 5:30 Air Power 6 Lassie 6:30 Jack Benny 7 Ed Sullivan Show 8 GE Theatre 8:30 Alfred Hitchcock Presents 9 Esso Golden Playhouse 9:30 What's My Line? 10 Sunday News Special 10:15 Sunday Theatre 12:30A Sign Off WLOS 13 (ABC) AM 11:30 Heavenbound Train PM 12:30 Variety Review 1 Oral Roberts 1:30 Rev. Harris 1:45 Industry On Parade 2 Human Relations In Action 2:30 A. A. Allen 3 This Is The Answer 3:30 Medical Horizons 4: Variety Review 4:30 Skvway Theatre 6 Industry On Parade 6:15 Statesmen Quartet 6:30 Hollywood Film Theatre 8 Amateur Hour 9 Mike Wallace Interviews 9:30 Public Defender 10 NTA Theatre 11:30 News & Sign Off Retro: Knoxville/Asheville, N.C., Monday, May 6, 1957 From Middlesboro (Ky.) Daily News; no listings for Channel 26 in Knoxville. WATE-TV 6 (NBC) AM 7 Today 9 Home 10 The Price Is Right 10 Truth or Consequences 11 Tic Tac Dough 11:30 It Could Be You PM 12 Midday News 12:05 Romper Room 12:30 Club 60 (Color) 1:30 Tennessee Ernie Ford 2 Matinee Theatre 3 Queen For A Day 3:45 Modern Romances 4 Topper 4:30 Homemakers - Mary Starr 5 WATE-TV News - Tom Atkins 5:20 Sports Look - Art Metzlor 5:30 Little Rascals 6 Wild Bill Hickok 6:30 Nat King Cole (Color) 6:45 NBC News 7 Cas Walker Time 7:30 Tales of Wells Fargo 8 Twenty One 8:30 Robert Montgomery Presents 9:30 Joseph Cotton On Trial 10 People You Know 10:15 Industry On Parade 10:30 Lone Wolf 11 Your Esso Reporter 11:15 Weather 11:20 Sports Final 11:30 Tonight WBIR-TV 10 (CBS) AM 6:45 Television Pulpit 7: Farm & Home Hour 8 Captain Kangaroo 8:45 CBS Morning News 9 Catholic Hour 9:15 Garry Moore 9:30 Arthur Godfrey 10:30 Strike It Rich 11:00 Valiant Lady 11:15 Love of Life 11:30 Search for Tomorrow 11:45 Guiding Light PM 12 Meet Mrs. Moore 12:30 As Ttc World Turns 1 Our Miss Brooke 1:30 House Party 2 Big Payoff 2:30 Bob Crosby 3 Brighter Day 3:15 Secret Storm 3:30 Edge of Night 4 Early Show (movie title not given) 5:45 CBS News 6 Stories of the Century 6:30 Robin Hood 7 Burns & Allen 7:30 Talent Scouts 8 I Love Lucy 8:30 December Bride 9 Studio One 10:00 Federal Men 10:30 News 10:40 Weather Vane 10:45 Late Show (movie title not given) 12:30A Sign off WLOS 13 (ABC) AM 8:25 News And Weather 8:30 Cartoon Capers 9:30 Movies for Mom (title not given) 11:15 Love Of Life 11:30 Marshall Pack Presents PM 12 Shell Noon News 12:05 Weather 12:10 Market Report 12:15 Farmer- Russ 1 Curtain Call 2 Afternoon Film Festival (title not given) 3:30 Secret Storm 3:45 Looney Tunes 4:30 Tot Town 5 Mickey Mouse Club 6 Shell Evening News 6:10 Weather 6:15 John Daly News 6:30 Wire Service 7:30 Voice of Firestone 8 Press Conference 8:30 Lawrence Welk (A partial Saturday schedule showed Welk on then as well) 9:30 Secret Journal 10 Vacation Theatre 12M News & Weather/Sign Off Retro; New York City, Thursday, January 8, 1948 Source; New York Times WCBS-TV-Channel 2 Evening 7:55-Let's Go Skiing-William L. QuIvey 8:00-News-Dougias Edwards 8:15-To tile Queen's Taste (cooking; Dione Lucas) 8:45-Basketball: Madison Square Garden WNBT-Channel 4 Evening 7:30-Music 8:00-Eye Witness: Tour of a Television Plant 8:35-Television News 8:411-Musical merry-Go-Round 8:5:I-Universal Trailer 9:00-You Are an Artist-John Gnagy 9:15-Program from Washington WABD-Channel 5 Evening 6:15-Small Fry Club with Bob Emery (children) 6:45-Walter Compton, News 7:00-Film Shorts 7:30-Birthday Party: Films (children) 8:00-Champagne and Orchids 8:15-Film Shorts 8:30-Charade Quiz 9:00-Wrestling from Park Arena Retro: New York City, Friday, January 9, 1948 Source; New York Times WCBS-TV-Channel 2 (CBS) Evening 8:00-Film Shorts 8:35-Feature Film: That Uncertain Feeling (1941); Merle Oberon WNBT-Channel 4 (NBC) Afternoon 1:00-Home Service Club; Tex and Jinx: Dr. William J. Reilly. Guest 1:30-Television Newsreel Evening 7:30-News Reports 7:45-Musical Merry-Go-Round-Jack Klity 8:00--Fim:: Sports T 8:10--Film; Land Builders. 8:36-Ski News 8:39-Boxing, at Madison Square Garden WABD-Channel 5 (DuMont) Evening 6:15-Small Fry Club with Bob Emery (children) 6:45-Walter Compton, News 7:00-Play Room (children) 7:30-Pictures In the News: Films 8:15-The Maioneys. With Mr. and Mrs. Russell Maloney 8:45-Sports Names to Remember 8:55-Wrestling, Jamaica Arena RETRO: New York City Metro - Tuesday, December 3, 1968 n honor of an upcoming birthday for one individual who headlined a TV special that aired on this day . . . [SOURCES: TV Guide, New York-Metropolitan Edition, Nov. 30-Dec. 6, 1968; also, listings in The New York Times, Daily News (Dec. 3, 1968 issues), New York Post (Nov. 30, 1968 issue), The Morning Record and Journal (Meriden, CT) (Nov. 30, 1968 issue) and Red Bank (NJ) Daily Register (Dec. 3, 1968 issue); show episode info, where applicable, courtesy IMDb and TV.com] (C) - in color; (R) - rerun (if episode specifics are unknown) Part I: NYC VHF's WCBS-TV 2 New York (CBS; owned and operated) 6:30a Sunrise Semester (Philosophy: Nietzsche's view of the will to prove; with Prof. James Carse) (C) 7:00a News (C) 7:05a CBS Morning News with Joseph Benti (C) 7:30a CBS Morning News with Joseph Benti (C) 7:55a News (C) 8:00a Captain Kamgaroo (The Captain talks about plant growth) (C) 9:00a Leave It to Beaver - "Beaver and Chuey" [original airdate 10/23/58] 9:30a The Donna Reed Show - "The Career Woman" (guest: Esther Williams) [original airdate 4/28/60] 10:00a The Lucy Show - "Lucy Is a Process Server" (C) [original airdate 4/20/64] 10:30a The Beverly Hillbillies - "Back to Californy" [original airdate 1/9/63] 11:00a The Andy Griffith Show - "Andy Forecloses" [original airdate 4/24/61] 11:30a The Dick Van Dyke Show - "It's a Shame She Married Me" (guest: Robert Vaughn) [original airdate 4/17/63] 12:00p Love of Life (C) 12:25p CBS Mid-Day News with Joseph Benti (C) 12:30p Search for Tomorrow (C) 1:00p The Farmer's Daughter - "The Hottest Ticket in Town" [original airdate 5/21/65] 1:30p As the World Turns (C) 2:00p Love Is a Many Splendored Thing (C) 2:30p The Guiding Light (C) 3:00p The Secret Storm (C) 3:30p The Edge of Night (C) 4:00p The Linkletter Show (guests: Barbara Bain and Martin Landau) (C) 4:25p CBS Afternoon News with Douglas Edwards (C) 4:30p The Mike Douglas Show (featured guests: Garry Moore, The Oriole Four, George Kirby, Mrs. Richard J. Hughes, The Letterman, Sue Raney) (C) 6:00p Six O'Clock Report with Jim Jensen (C) 7:00p CBS Evening News with Walter Cronkite (C) 7:30p National Geographic Special - "Reptiles and Amphibians" (narrator: Joseph Campanella) (C) [preempted: Lancer] 8:30p The Red Skelton Hour (guest: Jane Powell) (C) 9:30p The Doris Day Show - "The Librarian" (C) 10:00p CBS News Special - "Justice Black and the Bill of Rights" (Supreme Court Justice Hugo Black speaks with Eric Sevareid and Martin Agronsky) (C) 11:00p Eleven O'Clock Report with Bob Young (C) 11:30p The Late Show: "The Crowded Sky" (1960) - Dana Andrews, Rhonda Fleming (C) 1:35a The Late Night News (C) 1:40a The Late Late Show I: "Our Very Own" (1950) - Ann Blyth, Farley Granger 3:35a The Late Late Show II: "The Real Glory" (1939) - Gary Cooper, David Niven 5:30a Give Us This Day (C) followed by sign-off WNBC-TV 4 New York (NBC; owned and operated) 6:18a Sermonette (C) 6:25a Education Exchange (C) 6:55a Show and Tell with Aline Saarinen (C) 7:00a Today (scheduled: Charles Evers, author Anne Moody, critic Judith Crist) (C) 9:00a For Women Only with Aline Saarinen - "The Generation Gap" (C) 9:30a That Show with Joan Rivers (guests: Joanna Barnes, Dr. Richard Rush) (C) 10:00a Snap Judgment (celebrities: Marty Allen, Anne Jackson, Eli Wallach) (C) 10:25a NBC News - Nancy Dickerson (C) 10:30a Concentration (C) 11:00a Eye Guess (C) 11:30a The Hollywood Squares (featured: Barbara Bain, Jack Carter, Martin Landau, Paul Lynde, Scoey Mitchlll, Jo Anne Worley) (C) 12:00p Jeopardy (C) 12:30p Eye Guess (C) 12:55p NBC News - Edwin Newman (C) 1:00p P.D.Q. (featured: Mickey Manners) (C) 1:30p Let's Make a Deal (C) [less than four weeks to go before the show and its host/producer, Monty Hall, moved to ABC] 2:00p Days of our Lives (C) 2:30p The Doctors (C) 3:00p Another World (C) 3:30p You Don't Say (featured: Chad Everett, Mary Ann Mobley) (C) 4:00p The Match Game (featured: Orson Bean, Sheila MacRae) (C) 4:25p NBC News - Floyd Kalber (C) 4:30p Movie Four: "One Foot in Heaven" (1941) - Fredric March, Martha Scott 6:00p Sixth Hour News with Lew Wood (C) 7:00p The Huntley-Brinkley Report (C) 7:30p The Jerry Lewis Show (guests: Peter Lawford, Jo Anne Worley) (C) 8:30p Julia - "Farewell, My Friend, Hello" (featuring cameo by Groucho Marx) (C) 9:00p Singer Presents Elvis (or as it would come to be known, the "'68 Comeback Special," which changed the course of "The King's" career after his mid-'60's movie doldrums) (C) 10:00p Special Bardot (alt. title The Unabridged Brigitte Bardot) (the legendary French sex kitten sings, dances and clowns at many of her favorite haunts at Paris, London and St. Tropez in this French-made bilingual special; also featured: Sacha Distel, Serge Gainsbourg, Manitas de Plata) (C) [both specials preempted NBC Tuesday Night at the Movies] 11:00p Eleventh Hour News with Jim Hartz (C) 11:10p Weather - Dr. Frank Field (C) 11:15p News - Jim Hartz (C) 11:25p Sports - Kyle Rote (C) 11:30p The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson (scheduled: John Cassavetes, Gena Rowlands, Spanky and Our Gang) (C) 1:00a Tonight's News with Bob Teague (C) 1:15a The Great Great Show: "Cannibal Attack" (1954) - Johnny Weissmuller, Judy Walsh 2:25a Sermonette (C) followed by sign-off WNEW-TV 5 New York (Independent; owned by Metromedia Television) 6:50a Sign-on and Call to Prayer (C) 7:00a Yoga for Health 7:30a Daphne's Castle (C) 9:00a Eastside Comedy: "Mr. Hex" (1946) - Leo Gorcey, Huntz Hall 10:00a The Outer Limits - "I, Robot" [original airdate 11/14/64] 11:00a Alfred Hitchcock Presents - "The Derelicts" [original airdate 2/5/56] 11:30a Dear Alan with Alan Burke (C) 12:00p Mom's Movie: "Adventure" (1946) - Clark Gable, Greer Garson 2:00p Skitch Henderson's New York (scheduled: Harold Prince, Marion Ross, Ann Corio) (C) 3:30p Mighty Mouse (C) 4:00p The Bob McAllister Show (C) 5:00p The Flintstones (C) (R) 5:30p Sea Hunt - "Cave Diving" [original airdate 5/24/59] 6:00p McHale's Navy - "Giuseppe McHale" [original airdate 10/5/65] 6:30p My Favorite Martian - "Stop or I'll Steam" [original airdate 3/14/65] 7:00p I Love Lucy - "The Anniversary Present" [original airdate 9/29/52] 7:30p Truth or Consequences (C) 8:00p Pay Cards (host: Art James) (C) 8:30p The Merv Griffin Show (scheduled: Eli Wallach, Anne Jackson, Shirley Jones, Jack Cassidy) (C) 10:00p The 10 O'Clock News with Bill Jorgensen (C) 11:00p The Donald O'Connor Show (scheduled: Billy Eckstine, Beth Brickell, Cheryl Poole, The Brothers Cain) (C) 12:30a Science Fiction Theatre - "The Long Day" (C) [original airdate 12/23/55] 1:00a Bold Journey - "Hunter in the Jungle" [original airdate 1/23/59] 1:30a News Headlines followed by Call to Prayer and sign-off WABC-TV 7 New York (ABC; owned and operated) 6:50a Early Bird News 7:00a Cartoons (C) 8:00a Movie of the Day: "Perilous Holiday" (1946) - Pat O'Brien, Ruth Warrick 10:00a Girl Talk with Virginia Graham (guests: Dina Merrill, dress designer Helen Rose) (C) 10:30a The Dick Cavett Show (guests: O.C. Smith, David Merrick, Peter Lawford, Ann Landers) (C) 12:00p Bewitched - "To Twitch or Not to Twitch" [original airdate 3/14/68] [Shown in black-and-white despite originally airing in color] 12:30p Treasure Isle (C) 1:00p Dream House (C) 1:30p Funny You Should Ask (C) 1:55p The Children's Doctor with Lendon Smith (C) 2:00p The Newlywed Game (C) 2:30p The Dating Game (C) 3:00p General Hospital (C) 3:30p One Life to Live (C) 4:00p Dark Shadows (C) 4:30p The Big Show: "Man on a Tightrope" (1953) - Fredric March, Terry Moore, Gloria Grahame 6:30p Eyewitness News - 6:30 Report with John Schubeck (C) 7:00p ABC Evening News with Frank Reynolds (C) 7:30p The Mod Squad - "A Quiet Weekend in the Country" (C) 8:30p It Takes a Thief - "The Galloping Skin Game" (guest: Ricardo Montalban) (C) 9:30p N.Y.P.D. - "The Perp Freak" (guest: Martin Sheen) (C) 10:00p That's Life - "Bringing Home Baby" (guest: Sid Caesar) (C) 11:00p Eyewitness News - 11:00 Report with Roger Grimsby (C) 11:30p The Joey Bishop Show (scheduled: George Kirby, Sonny & Cher) (C) 1:00a The Best of Broadway: "The Bandit and the Princess" (1964) - Helmut Lohner, Peter Weck (to 2:45a) followed by sign-off WOR-TV 9 New York (Independent; owned by RKO General) 7:40a News and Weather 7:45a Job Hunt (C) 8:00a The Scrub Club with Claude Kirchner (C) 9:00a Romper Room (host: Miss Louise Redfield) (C) 10:00a The Joe Franklin Show (guests: Addiss & Crofit) (C) 11:30p Journey to Adventure - "Holiday in Turkey" (C) 12:00p News at Noon with John Wingate and Mary Helen McPhillips (C) [first use of this title that would come to be associated with 1974-83 newscast anchored by Tom Dunn, after 1976 or so in tandem with Sara Lee Kessler] 12:30p RKO Theater: "The Bride Walks Out" (1936) - Barbara Stanwyck, Gene Raymond 2:00p The Loretta Young Show - "Hapless Holiday" [original airdate 4/8/56] 2:30p The Weaker(?) Sex with Pamela Mason (topic: women in the communications field) (C) 3:00p Divorce Court (A wife claims her husband has become an alcoholic) (C) 3:30p Movie 9: "Happy Is the Bride" (1959) - Janette Scott, Ian Carmichael 5:00p Make Room for Daddy - "Charley Does It Himself" [original airdate 2/5/62] 5:30p The Real McCoys - "The Farmer Took a Wife" [original airdate 7/17/59] 6:00p Gilligan's Island - "All About Eva" (C) [original airdate 12/12/66] 6:30p I Spy - "This Guy Smith" (C) [original airdate 2/5/68] 7:30p The Steve Allen Show (guests: Gale Storm, Tom Poston, Harry Blackstone Jr., Nadia Christian) (C) 9:00p What's My Line? (panel: Soupy Sales, Phyllis Newman, Gawn Granger, Arlene Francis; host: Wally Bruner) (C) [taped 11/19/68; among the mystery guests that week were Tammy Grimes and "Soul Brother Number One" himself, James Brown] 9:30p Million Dollar Movie: "Dangerous Mission" (1954) - Victor Mature, Piper Laurie (C) 11:00a The Flick: "Blood on the Moon" (1948) - Robert Mitchum, Barbara Bel Geddes 1:10a News and Weather followed by sign-off WPIX-TV 11 New York (Independent; licensor WPIX, Inc., owned by New York Daily News) 7:30a Biography - "Harry S. Truman" (Part 2) [original airdate 1962] 8:00a Adventures of Gumby (C) 8:30a The Mighty Hercules (C) 9:00a Underdog (C) 9:30a The Jack La Lanne Show (C) 10:00a Movie: "Man in the Moon" (1961) - Kenneth More, Shirley Anne Field 11:30a Kimba the White Lion (C) 12:00p Bozo the Clown (C) [the syndicated version originating from WHDH-TV 5 in Boston] 12:30p The Little Rascals (host: "Captain" Jack McCarthy) (C) 1:00p Rocky and His Friends (C) 1:30p The George Burns and Gracie Allen Show - "McAfee and the Manicurist" [original airdate 1/20/58] (per TV Guide) [alt. per The New York Times: The Tom Ewell Show - "The Trouble with Mother" [original airdate 2/7/61](?)] 2:00p The Perfect Match (C) 2:30p The Patty Duke Show - "Patty and the Cut-Rate Casanova" [original airdate 3/31/65] 3:00p Captain Scarlet and the Mysterons (C) 3:30p Speed Racer (C) 4:00p The Three Stooges (host: "Officer" Joe Bolton) (C) 4:30p Adventures of Superman - "The Deserted Village" [original airdate 12/5/52] 5:00p The Munsters - "Herman's Rival" [original airdate 12/31/64] 5:30p Batman - "The Joker's Hard Times" (C) [original airdate 1/12/67] 6:00p F Troop - "Here Comes the Tribe" [original airdate 12/21/65] 6:30p Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea - "Cave of the Dead" (C) [original airdate 10/8/67] 7:30p The Rat Patrol - "The Hickory Dickory Dock Raid" (C) [original airdate 2/26/68] 8:00p Run for Your Life - "The Face of the Antagonist" (C) [original airdate 1/30/67] 9:00p 9 O'Clock News with Lee Nelson (C) 9:30p Password (celebrity contestants: Marty Allen, Steve Rossi) (C) [original airdate 1/16/67] 10:00p Perry Mason - "The Case of the Wintry Wife" [original airdate 2/18/61] 11:00p NFL Game of the Week (C) 11:30p Tonight at the Movies: "Ambush" (1939) - Lloyd Nolan, Gladys Swarthout 1:00a Late News Final with Lee Nelson (C) followed by sign-off WNDT 13 Newark/New York (NET affiliate; owned by Educational Broadcasting Corp.) 8:55a School Television Service 9:00a Pocketful of Fun 9:30a Cover to Cover 9:50a Hablo Espanol (II) 10:05a Exploring Our Language 10:25a Hablo Mas Espanol 10:40a Scienceland 11:00a You and Eye 11:20a Science Room 11:40a Approaching Poetry 12:00p Spectrum 12:30p Look at Us 1:00p Pocketful of Fun 1:30p Imagine That 1:45p Americans All 2:05p Exploring Our Language 2:25p Sing, Children, Sing 2:40p Cover to Cover 3:00p Spectrum 3:30p Communications and Education (I) 4:00p A Look at Us 4:30p STS Salutes 4:32p The Big World of Little Adam (C) 4:45p The Friendly Giant (Friendly reads "One Is No Fun") 5:00p Misterogers' Neighborhood (Misterogers puts up a tent) 5:30p What's New? (R) 6:00p One to One - "Nikos Kazantazakis - Zorba the Greek" (selected works read by Professor A.E. Claeyssens) 6:30p Folk Guitar Plus with Laura Weber (lesson on banjo chord A minor) (C) 7:00p New Jersey Speaks for Itself (interviews with two Biafran students at Rutgers who discuss the Nigerian and Biafran war; and a film on Biafra by Abbie Nathan, an Israeli pilot who flew a relief mission to Biafra) 7:30p NET Journal - "A Conversation with Milovan Djilas" (about the former Yugoslavian vice president who served nine years in prison [as of the airing of this program] for his writings on the Communist world) (C) 8:30p NET Festival - "Margaret Mead's New Guinea Journal" (about the noted anthropologist's work among the villagers of Peri on the New Guinea island of Manus) (C) 10:00p Newsfront with Mitchell Krauss followed by sign-off Part II: UHF's and Connecticut TV WNYE-TV 25 New York (Educational; owned by Board of Education of City of New York) 9:05a Classroom 9:10a Discover New York 9:30a Almanac 9:50a Exploring Science 10:10a African Anthology 10:30a Meet the Arts 11:00a Children of Other Lands 11:30a American Historic Shrines 12:00p Curriculum Materials for Intergroup Relations 12:30p English: Fact and Fancy 1:00p Meet the Arts 1:30p United Nations 1:50p African Anthology 2:10p Enjoying Science 2:30p Meet the Arts 3:00p Creative Person 3:30p Beginners in Reading 4:00p New Venture in Curriculum followed by sign-off WNYC-TV 31 New York ("Independent"; licensor Municipal Broadcasting System, owned by City of New York) [NOTE: If U.N. General Assembly was in session, Ch. 31 carried their hearings at 10:30 A.M. and 4:30 P.M.] 3:00p Film Feature - "Achievement" 3:30p Film Feature - "Thursday's Children" 4:00p Around the Clock (Police Dept.) 4:30p NASA Presents 5:00p Film Feature - "Simpatico" (C) 5:30p Continental Comment 6:00p Casper Citron Interviews (guests: Dr. Wayne Bunker, author of "Brainstorms - A Study of Human Spontaneity"; and psychoanalyst Dr. Fiona Graham) 6:30p News - Paul Manacher (C) 6:45p Film Feature 7:00p Report to the Physician 7:30p Human Rights Forum - "Crisis in Education" (Part 3) 8:00p Report to the Dentist 8:30p Clinical Science Seminars 9:30p News - Herbert Boland (C) 9:45p Film Feature 10:00p One to One - "Machines as Art Form" (guest: Jennifer Licht of Museum of Modern Art) 10:30p Man and the Universe (guests: Jack Hope, associate editor of Natural History magazine, and Gary Soucie of the Sierra Club; host: Alfred Meyer) followed by sign-off WXTV 41 Paterson, NJ (Independent; owned by Trans-Tel Corp.) 6:00p El Fistol del Diablo 6:30p Obsesión 7:00p El Reporter 41 (C) 7:30p Una Mujer 8:00p El Mundo Esta Loco, Loco 9:00p Las Victimas 9:30p El Special Corona (C) 10:00p Corazon Salvaje 10:30p Y Ahora Pedro Vargas 11:00p El Reporter 41 (C) 11:25p Focus: New Jersey (in English) (C) followed by sign-off WNJU-TV 47 Linden/Newark, NJ (Independent; owned by New Jersey Television Broadcasting Corp.) 5:00p Spanish Music 5:25p Noticias 5:30p The First Showing: "Los Hombres Las Prieferen Vludas" (1949; dubbed in Spanish; originally "Holiday Affair") Robert Mitchum, Janet Leigh, Wendell Corey 7:30p El Show de Polita Vega (C) 8:00p El Show de Pumarejo (C) 9:30p Spanish Drama - "That Night" 10:00p Buenos Noches con Jose Ignacio Lanza (Part 1) (C) 10:30p Noticias - Kevin Corrigan (C) 10:45p Buenos Noches con Jose Ignacio Lanza (Part 2) (C) 11:15p The Last Showing (same as 5:30p) 12:45p Noticias - Arturo Rodriguez followed by sign-off WTIC-TV 3 Hartford, CT (CBS affiliate; owned by Travelers Broadcasting Service Corp.) 6:20a Sign-On and Prayer 6:25a Town Crier 6:30a Sunrise Semester (C) (this and other CBS network programs same as on WCBS-TV unless otherwise noted) 7:00a News and Weather (C) 7:05a CBS Morning News with Joseph Benti (C) 7:30a RFD #3 with Frank Atwood (C) 8:00a Captain Kangaroo (C) 9:00a The Hap Richards Show (C) 9:30a Make Room for Daddy - "Woman Behind the Man" [original airdate 5/8/61] 10:00a The Lucy Show (C) (R) 10:30a The Donald O'Connor Show (C) [same as 11:00p on WNEW-TV 5] 12:00p Love of Life (C) 12:25p CBS Mid-Day News with Joseph Benti (C) 12:30p Search for Tomorrow (C) 1:00p Girl Talk with Virginia Graham (featured: Annemarie Huste, former cook to Jacqueline Kennedy) 1:30p As the World Turns (C) 2:00p Love Is a Many Splendored Thing (C) 2:30p The Guiding Light (C) 3:00p The Secret Storm (C) 3:30p The Linkletter Show (Dr. James Peterson discusses unwed fathers) (C) [aired on delay from 11/26/68] 3:55p Ranger Station (C) 4:30p Hazel - "Luncheon with the Governor" (C) [original airdate 9/24/64] 5:00p Perry Mason - "The Case of the Runaway Corpse" [original airdate 11/23/57] 6:00p Weather (C) 6:05p Sports - George Ehrlich (C) 6:15p News - Bruce Kern (C) 6:30p CBS Evening News with Walter Cronkite (C) 7:00p What in the World - "England" (John Dando questions James E. Egan, Marcia Alcorn, John F. Schereschewsky and guest panelist James Godfrey on the subject) (C) 7:30p National Geographic Special (C) 8:30p The Red Skelton Hour (C) 9:30p The Doris Day Show (C) 10:00p CBS News Special (C) 11:00p News - Bill Hanson (C) 11:15p Weather (C) 11:20p Sports - Arnold Dean (C) 11:30p Tuesday Starlight: "The Tramplers" (1966) - Joseph Cotten, Gordon Scott (C) 1:10a News and Weather (C) followed by Moment of Meditation and sign-off WNHC-TV 8 New Haven, CT (ABC affiliate; owned by Radio and Television Division of Triangle Publications) 6:05a Moments of Comfort 6:10a Newscope 6:15a Infinite Horizons 6:30a Awake 7:00a Friends of Mr. Goober (C) 8:30a Thunderbirds (C) 9:00a The Mike Douglas Show (scheduled: Jack Cassidy and Shirley Jones) (C) 10:30a The Dick Cavett Show (C) (this and other ABC network programs same as on WABC-TV unless otherwise noted) 12:00p The Steve Allen Show (guests include Agnes Moorehead) (C) 1:30p I Love Lucy - (possibly) "The Freezer" [original airdate 4/28/52] 2:00p The Newlywed Game (C) 2:30p The Dating Game (C) 3:00p General Hospital (C) 3:30p Mr. Goober Live (C) 4:30p The Merv Griffin Show (scheduled: Jerusalem Mayor Teddy Kollek, Ann-Margret and Roger Smith, Leslie Uggams, Soupy Sales, and Jimmy Helms (C) 6:00p 6 O'Clock Report with Bob Norman (C) 6:15p Weather - Gale Carroll (C) 6:20p Sports - Dick Galiette (C) 6:25p Wonderful World of Sports (C) 6:30p ABC Evening News with Frank Reynolds (C) 7:00p Truth or Consequences (C) 7:30p The Mod Squad (C) 8:30p It Takes a Thief (C) 9:30p N.Y.P.D. (C) 10:00p That's Life (C) 11:00p 11 O'Clock Report with George Thompson (C) 11:05p Weather - Bob Jones (C) 11:10p News - George Thompson (C) 11:15p Sports - Dick Galiette (C) 11:30p The Joey Bishop Show (C) 1:00a News followed by Moments of Comfort, Guleposts, and sign-off WATR-TV 20 Waterbury, CT (NBC affiliate; owned by WATR, Inc.) 7:00a Today (C) (this and other NBC network programs same as on WNBC-TV unless otherwise noted) 9:00a Film 9:30a Film 10:00a Snap Judgment (C) 10:25a NBC News - Nancy Dickerson (C) 10:30a Concentration (C) 11:00a Eye Guess (C) 11:30a The Hollywood Squares (C) 12:00p Jeopardy (C) 12:30p Eye Guess (C) 12:55p NBC News - Edwin Newman (C) 1:00p Film 1:30p Let's Make a Deal (C) 2:00p Days of our Lives (C) 2:30p The Doctors (C) 3:00p Another World (C) 3:30p You Don't Say (C) 4:00p The Match Game (C) 4:25p NBC News - Floyd Kalber (C) 4:30p The Ann Sothern Show (R) 5:00p The Big Picture (C) 5:30p Teen-Age Insights 6:30p Social Security in Action 6:45p Local News 7:00p The Huntley-Brinkley Report (C) 7:30p The Jerry Lewis Show (C) 8:30p Julia (C) 9:00p Singer Presents Elvis (C) 10:00p Special Bardot (C) 11:00p The Tom Ewell Show (R) 11:30p The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson (C) followed by sign-off Retro; Kentucky Wednesday, January 7, 1981 From TV Guide, Kentucky Edition: WAVE Ch. 3 Louisville (NBC) 6 AM Today In WAVE Country 7 AM Today (E.G. Marshall is a guest.) 9 AM Texas (delay from 3 PM; or 3:30/2:30, especially in the Central time zone) 10 AM Las Vegas Gambit 10:30 Blockbusters 11 AM Wheel Of Fortune 11:30 Password Plus (Bill Cullen, Susan Richardson) 12 N Midday 12:30 Mike Douglas (co-host David Brenner; Hall and Oates, continuation of an interview with Anthony Quinn) 1:30 Days Of Our Lives (not sure if this is a delay since some stations, especially in the Central time zone, carried it at 1:30/12:30 instead of 1/12) 2:30 Another World (likewise, some stations, especially in the Central time zone, carried it at 2:30/1:30 instead of 2/1) 3:30 Movie: "Machine Gun McCain" 5 PM Tom And Jerry 5:30 Gomer Pyle, USMC 6 PM News 7 PM NBC News (John Chancellor) 7:30 Face The Music ("Name That Tune"-type game with host Ron Ely) 8 PM Real People (a college for cheerleaders; the Dallas Cowboy cheerleaders; a convention for bald-headed people; a New York artist who claims he can outpaint any painter) 9 PM Diff'rent Strokes 9:30 Facts Of Life 10 PM Quincy 11 PM News 11:30 Tonight Show (Erma Bombeck, actor James Wood(s?)) 12:30 Tomorrow (Bobby Vinton, John Huston) 2 AM News WLWT Ch. 5 Cincinnati (NBC) 5:50 Good Morning 6 AM PTL Club 7 AM Today 9 AM Donahue 10 AM Days Of Our Lives (delay from 1 or 1:30 PM) 11 AM The Doctors (delay from 12:30 PM) 11:30 Midday 12 N Bob Braun (dermatologist Joseph Bark discusses a new treatment for acne) 1:30 Card Sharks (delay from 12 N) 2 PM Another World 3 PM Texas 4 PM Bionic Woman 5 PM Good Times 5:30 Sanford And Son 6 PM News 6:30 NBC News 7 PM Donahue 8 PM Real People 9 PM Diff'rent Strokes 9:30 Facts Of Life 10 PM Quincy 11 PM News 11:30 Tonight Show 12:30 Tomorrow WCPO Ch. 9 Cincinnati (CBS) 5:40 Praying The Rosary 5:55 Farm News 6 AM Sunrise Semester: "City In American Literature" 6:30 Richard Simmons 7 AM Morning With Charles Kuralt 8 AM Captain Kangaroo (guest: Andrea Martin) 9 AM Uncle Al 10 AM The Jeffersons 10:30 Alice 11 AM Price Is Right 12 N Noon Report 1 PM Young And The Restless 2 PM As The World Turns 3 PM Guiding Light 4 PM Toni Tennille (Charlie Callas, Chuck Berry, actor Robert Mandan ("Soap"), author Perry Lafferty ("How To Lose Your Fear Of Flying") 5 PM John Davidson (co-host Richard Crenna; Rupert Holmes, Olivia de Havilland, Fred Travalena, Bob Keeshan) 6 PM News 6:30 CBS News (Walter Cronkite--Dan Rather will not take over until March 9) 7 PM 7 O'Clock Report 7:30 Joker's Wild 8 PM Enos 9 PM CBS Movie: "Butch And Sundance: The Early Days" (Tom Berenger and William Katt star.) 11 PM News 11:30 CBS Movie: "Long Shot" (Anthony Quinn) 1:45 Don Lane (guest: a clairvoyant) 2:45 News WHAS Ch. 11 Louisville (CBS) 6 AM Ed Allen Time (exercises) 6:30 Louisville Tonight (rerun of the previous night's show) 7 AM Morning With Charles Kuralt 8 AM Captain Kangaroo 9 AM Young And The Restless 10 AM John Davidson (from Las Vegas: Joan Rivers, Chuck Berry, heavyweight champ Larry Holmes) 11 AM Price Is Right 12 N News 12:30 Hour Magazine (a visit to the home of Sidney Sheldon, a discussion of transsexuality) 1:30 Search For Tomorrow (delay from 12:30 PM) 2 PM As The World Turns 3 PM Guiding Light 4 PM Bonanza 5 PM Andy Griffith 5:30 M*A*S*H 6 PM News 6:30 CBS News 7 PM Louisville Tonight 7:30 PM Magazine (a Kentucky artist who paints limited-edition prints; electric-car competition in San Francisco) 8 PM Enos 9 PM CBS Movie: "Butch And Sundance: The Early Days" 11 PM News 11:30 CBS Movie: "Long Shot" 1:45 News WKRC Ch. 12 Cincinnati (ABC) 5:30 Health Field 6 AM Ask Your Lawyer 6:30 New Zoo Revue 7 AM Good Morning America 9 AM Edge Of Night (delay from 4 PM) 9:30 Family Feud (delay from 12 N) 10 AM Mike Douglas (co-host Lee Marvin; Susan Sullivan, Ted Nugent, Peter Ustinov, ice skaters Tai Babilonia and Randy Gardner) 11 AM Love Boat (passengers: David Doyle, Grant Goodeve, Sonny Bono, Marty Ingels, Jo Ann Pflug, Bess Armstrong) 12 N Extra! (local, not the syndicated magazine show) 12:30 Ryan's Hope 1 PM All My Children 2 PM One Life To Live 3 PM General Hospital 4 PM Room 222 (normally, Ch. 12 ran a movie 4-5:30 but there's an "ABC Afterschool Special" today at 4:30) 4:30 ABC Afterschool Special ("Where Do Teenagers Come From?" Dr. Lendon Smith explains puberty.) 5:30 News 6:30 ABC World News Tonight 7 PM Tic Tac Dough 7:30 PM Magazine (electric-car competition in San Francisco, an intravenous treatment for weight gain) 8 PM Eight Is Enough 9 PM Taxi 9:30 Soap 10 PM Vega$ 11 PM News 11:30 Movie: "Charley Varrick" WKPC Ch. 15 Louisville (PBS) 7:15 A.M. Weather 7:30 Sesame Street 8:30 Electric Company 9 AM Sesame Street 10 AM Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 10:30 Electric Company 11 AM Studio See 11:30 Que Pasa, U.S.A.? 12 N Sesame Street 1 PM Rainbow's End 1:30 Over Easy (guest: William Shatner) 2 PM Masterpiece Theatre ("Danger UXB," Part 1) 3 PM Here's To Your Health 3:30 Lilias, Yoga And You 4 PM Sesame Street 5 PM Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 5:30 Electric Company 6 PM Studio See 6:30 Over Easy (guest: actress Beulah Bondi) 7 PM MacNeil/Lehrer Report 7:30 Dick Cavett (Part 3 of 4 with John Gielgud, who talks about Richard Burton and acting techniques) 8 PM National Geographic (an African game preserve: "Etosha: Place Of Dry Water") 9 PM Kiss Me, Petruchio (Meryl Streep and Raul Julia do scenes from "The Taming Of The Shrew" in a performance taped in Central Park in 1979.) 10 PM The Road Back (James J. Beattie, a ranked heavyweight in the '60s, who overcame drugs and alcohol to become executive director of Nexus, a progressive therapeutic center for young felons.) 11 PM Dick Cavett (rerun of the 7:30 show) 11:30 Captioned ABC News sign off 12 M WLEX Ch. 18 Lexington (NBC) 6 AM PTL Club 7 AM Today 9 AM Donahue (Jimmy Connors and his wife Patty are Phil's guests.) 10 AM Days Of Our Lives 11 AM Wheel Of Fortune 11:30 Password Plus 12 N News 12:30 Bob Braun 1:30 The Doctors 2 PM Another World 3 PM Texas 4 PM Batman (Julie Newmar as the Catwoman) 4:30 Gilligan's Island (Hans Conried as pilot Wrong Way Feldman) 5 PM Beverly Hillbillies 5:30 News 6 PM News 6:30 NBC News 7 PM Let's Make A Deal 7:30 Hollywood Squares (Garrett Morris, Joan Prather, Tom Poston, Kathy and Janet Lennon, Dianne and Peggy Lennon, Foster Brooks, Jack Jones, Kelly Monteith, Paul Lynde) 8 PM Real People 9 PM Diff'rent Strokes 9:30 Facts Of Life 10 PM Mr. Griffin & Me (Gloria Grahame and Burgess Meredith in a comedy about an aging movie queen who encounters her husband, a former film director, who left her 24 years ago without explanation.) 11 PM News 11:30 Tonight Show 12:30 Tomorrow WXIX Ch. 19 Cincinnati (Ind.) 6:15 Perspective 7 AM Romper Room 7:30 Great Space Coaster 8 AM Popeye 8:30 Groovie Goolies 9 AM Tom And Jerry 9:30 Flintstones And Friends (don't know if this is "The Flintstones" or "Fred Flintstone And Friends") 10 AM Brady Bunch 10:30 Make Room For Daddy 11 AM Merv Griffin (Anne Murray, Juliet Mills, actor Maxwell Caulfield) 12 N Love, American Style 12:30 Love, American Style 1 PM Movie: "Act One" (George Hamilton is playwright Moss Hart in this story of Hart's early years; BTW, Hart was married to Kitty Carlisle) 3 PM Woody Woodpecker 3:30 Spiderman 4 PM Tom And Jerry 4:30 Gilligan's Island 5 PM Sha Na Na 5:30 Welcome Back, Kotter 6 PM Happy Days Again 6:30 Carol Burnett And Friends 7 PM M*A*S*H 7:30 All In The Family 8 PM Movie: "Flight To Holocaust" 10 PM Gunsmoke 11 PM M*A*S*H 11:30 Rockford Files 12:30 Mission: Impossible WKYT Ch. 27 Lexington (CBS) 6 AM Town And Country 7 AM Morning With Charles Kuralt 8 AM Captain Kangaroo 9 AM John Davidson (co-host Robert Hays; Greg Evigan, Karen Grassle, comedian George Miller) 10 AM The Jeffersons 10:30 Alice 11 AM Price Is Right 12 N Prisoner: Cell Block H 12:30 Search For Tomorrow 1 PM Young And The Restless 2 PM As The World Turns 3 PM Guiding Light 4 PM Hour Magazine (Andy Gibb; a demonstration of tooth-bonding) 5 PM Andy Griffith 5:30 News 6 PM News 6:30 CBS News 7 PM PM Magazine (same as Ch. 12) 7:30 M*A*S*H 8 PM Enos 9 PM SEC Basketball: Ole Miss at Tennessee 11 PM News (time approximate) 11:30 CBS Movie: "Long Shot" WLKY 32 Alive Louisville (ABC) 6:30 Romper Room 7 AM Good Morning America 9 AM Donahue (Helen Hatton, spokesperson for "Betty Crocker's International Cookbook") 10 AM To Tell The Truth (Robin Ward hosts) 10:30 Edge Of Night 11 AM Love Boat 12 N Family Feud 12:30 Ryan's Hope 1 PM All My Children 2 PM One Life To Live 3 PM General Hospital 4 PM World Of People (the National Commission on Working Women gives awards to Valerie Harper, Linda Lavin, and Esther Rolle; program normally airs at 5 and "Wonder Woman" airs here, but 32 Alive has the "ABC Afterschool Special") 4:30 ABC Afterschool Special 5:30 News 6 PM ABC World News Tonight 6:30 Tic Tac Dough 7 PM Joker's Wild 7:30 Family Feud 8 PM Eight Is Enough 9 PM Taxi 9:30 Soap 10 PM Vega$ 11 PM News 11:30 You Bet Your Life (Buddy Hackett) 12 M Nightline (delay from 11:30 PM) 12:30 Love Boat (delay from 12 M) 1:40 Police Woman (delay from 1:10 AM) WTVQ Ch. 36 Lexington (ABC) 5:30 700 Club 7 AM Good Morning America 9 AM General Hospital 10 AM Ironside 11 AM Love Boat 12 N Family Feud 12:30 Ryan's Hope 1 PM All My Children 2 PM One Life To Live 3 PM Mary Tyler Moore 3:30 Tom And Jerry And Friends 4:25 News For Young People 4:30 ABC Afterschool Special (pre-empts "Good Times" and "Happy Days Again") 5:30 News 6:30 ABC World News Tonight 7 PM All In The Family 7:30 Face The Music 8 PM Eight Is Enough 9 PM Taxi 9:30 Soap 10 PM Vega$ 11 PM News 11:30 Nightline 12 M Love Boat 1:10 Police Woman WDRB Ch. 41 Louisville (Ind.) 6:45 News 7 AM Great Space Coaster 7:30 New Zoo Revue 8 AM PTL Club 10 AM 700 Club 11:30 The Rock 12 N News/Introspect 12:30 Health Field 1 PM Richard Simmons 1:30 Your New Day (Vidal Sassoon hosts; Valerie Harper and John Amos discuss world hunger.) 2 PM Bob Braun 3 PM Bullwinkle 3:30 Woody Woodpecker And Friends 4 PM Popeye 4:30 Gilligan's Island 5 PM Little Rascals 5:30 I Love Lucy 6 PM Good Times 6:30 Sanford And Son 7 PM Rockford Files 8 PM The Bastard (some stations called this "The Kent Family Chronicles"), Part 2 of 2: Phillipe Charboneau--now Philip Kent--moves to Boston in 1772 and finds work on a patriotic newsletter (and no cracks about Philip Kent, like Clark Kent, being a journalist) 10 PM Independent Network News 10:30 Love, American Style 11 PM Twilight Zone (Keenan Wynn as a playwright who brightens his unexciting life by bringing his characters to life.) 11:30 Prisoner: Cell Block H 12 M Movie: "Christina" KET Kentucky Educational Television (WKZT/23 Elizabethtown, WKSO/29 Somerset, WKMR/38 Morehead, WKLE/46 Lexington, WKON/52 Owenton, WCVN/54 Covington, WKMJ/68 Louisville) 8:15 A.M. Weather 8:30 In-school programs 3:30 Over Easy (William Shatner) 4 PM Sesame Street 5 PM Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 5:30 Electric Company 6 PM Studio See 6:30 Lap Quilting 7 PM MacNeil/Lehrer Report 7:30 Kentucky Journal: News 8 PM Dick Cavett (John Gielgud discusses Ralph Richardson, Orson Welles, and Peter Lorre.) 8:30 Bywords (Sam Burrage of WPSD-TV Paducah interviews Albert Jones, who discusses his years as a Commonwealth attorney.) 9 PM National Geographic 10 PM Kiss Me, Petruchio sign off 11 PM Retro: Atlanta Thursday, October 29, 1981 A rarity from me: an Atlanta schedule, post WSB/WXIA switch. From TV Guide, Atlanta Edition: WSB Ch. 2 (ABC) 6 AM University Of Michigan 6:30 News 7 AM Good Morning America 9 AM Family Feud 9:30 Edge Of Night 10 AM Match Game 10:30 Joker's Wild 11 AM Love Boat 12 N News 12:30 Ryan's Hope 1 PM All My Children 2 PM One Life To Live 3 PM General Hospital 4 PM What's Happening!! 4:30 Carter Country 5 PM Happy Days Again 5:30 M*A*S*H 6 PM News 7 PM ABC News 7:30 Entertainment Tonight 8 PM Mork & Mindy 8:30 Best Of The West 9 PM Barney Miller 9:30 Taxi 10 PM 20/20 11 PM News 11:30 Nightline 12 M Vega$ 1:10 Hank Thompson (country music) 1:40 News WAGA Ch. 5 (CBS) 6 AM Sunrise Semester 6:30 Bewitched 7 AM Charlie Rose 7:30 CBS News (Charles Kuralt/ Diane Sawyer) 9 AM Donahue 10 AM Richard Simmons 10:30 Alice 11 AM Price Is Right 12 N News 12:30 Young And The Restless 1:30 As The World Turns 2:30 Search For Tomorrow 3 PM Guiding Light 4 PM Charlie's Angels 5 PM The Jeffersons 5:30 Good Times 6 PM News 7 PM CBS News 7:30 PM Magazine 8 PM Magnum, P.I. 9 PM CBS Movie: "Blazing Saddles" 11 PM News 11:30 Barney Miller 12 M Quincy 1:10 News 1:40 The Saint WGTV Ch. 8 (PBS) In-school programs until 4 PM Sesame Street 5 PM Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 5:30 Electric Company 6 PM Studio See 6:30 Yoga And Meditation 7 PM University News 7:15 WGTV Short Subjects 7:30 MacNeil/Lehrer Report 8 PM Sneak Previews 8:30 Righteous Apples 9 PM Ben Wattenberg At Large 9:30 Atlanta In Person 10 PM Soccer Made In Germany 11 PM Movie: "Irish Eyes Are Smiling" (to 12:30) WXIA Ch. 11 (NBC) 6 AM Morning Stretch 6:30 Today With Hal (Suit) & Guy (Sharpe) 7 AM Today 9 AM Hour Magazine 10 AM Here's Lucy 10:30 Blockbusters 11 AM Wheel Of Fortune 11:30 Battlestars 12 N News 12:30 The Doctors 1 PM Days Of Our Lives 2 PM Another World 3 PM Texas 4 PM Little House On The Prairie 5 PM Laverne & Shirley & Company 5:30 News 6 PM News 7 PM NBC News 7:30 New You Asked For It (Rich Little hosts; Jack Smith, from the original show, narrates classic clips, then takes over as host for the 1982-83 season.) 8 PM Harper Valley 8:30 Lewis & Clark (post-Kotter Gabe Kaplan runs a saloon in Luckenbach, Texas) 9 PM Diff'rent Strokes 9:30 Gimme A Break! 10 PM Hill Street Blues 11 PM News 11:30 Tonight Show (for a change, Johnny's there) 12:30 Welcome Back, Kotter 1 AM Tomorrow Coast-To-Coast (to 2:30) WTBS (WPCH) Ch. 17 (Ind.) 5:50 World At Large 6 AM CNN News 7:05 Fun Time 8:05 I Dream Of Jeannie 8:35 My Three Sons 9:05 Movie: "Back Street" 11:05 Movie: "For Love Or Money" 1:05 Movie: "The Lives Of Jenny Dolan" 3:05 Fun Time 3:35 Flintstones 4:05 Munsters 4:35 Leave It To Beaver 5:05 Brady Bunch 5:35 Beverly Hillbillies 6:05 Andy Griffith 6:35 Gomer Pyle, USMC 7:05 Carol Burnett And Friends 7:35 Sanford And Son 8:05 Movie: "The McConnell Story" 10:15 News 11:05 All In The Family 11:35 Movie: "The Cossacks" 2:05 Movie: "Night Creatures" 3:05 Movie: "Gigot" (Jackie Gleason as a Parisian mute who befriends a prostitute's daughter) WETV (WPBA) Ch. 30 (PBS) 7:45 Weather 8 AM In-school programs 11:30 Sesame Street 12:30 In-school programs 2 PM Electric Company 2:30 In-school programs 4 PM Sesame Street 5 PM Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 5:30 Electric Company 6 PM Studio See 6:30 Righteous Apples 7 PM Dick Cavett 7:30 MacNeil/Lehrer Report 8 PM Georgia Forum 9 PM John Callaway Interviews 10 PM Soundstage 11 PM Dick Cavett 11:30 Captioned ABC News WATL Ch. 36 (Ind.) 7 AM Jim Bakker 8 AM Study In The Word With Jimmy Swaggart 8:30 Rev. Alton Newton 9 AM Health Field 9:30 Super Pay Cards 10 AM Financial News 4 PM Financial News Wrap Up 5 PM Baretta 6 PM Starsky & Hutch 7 PM Kojak 8 PM Merv Griffin 9 PM Financial News Final 10 PM Jim Bakker 11 PM Saturday Night (SNL reruns cut to an hour) sign off 12 Midnight WANX (WGCL) Ch. 46 (Ind.) 6 AM US AM 7 AM Tom And Jerry 7:30 Porky & Popeye 8:30 Great Space Coaster 9 AM Wake Up With The Captain (new version of Captain Kangaroo, pre-empted on Ch. 5) 9:30 Up To The Minute (CBS's attempt to do a news/interview broadcast at 4 PM, pre-empted on Ch. 5) 10 AM 700 Club 11:30 Another Life (soap where the characters find the answers to their problems through the Bible) 12 N People's Court (Judge Wapner) 12:30 Make Room For Daddy 1 PM Independent Network News 1:30 Dick Van dyke 2 PM Mister Ed 2:30 Krofft Superstars 3 PM Popeye And Friends 4 PM Tom And Jerry/Woody Woodpecker 5 PM Scooby-Doo 5:30 Muppet Show 6 PM Incredible Hulk 7 PM Pink Panther 7:30 Muppet Show 8 PM Movie: "Citizen Kane" (pre-empts Tic Tac Dough, Bullseye, and Barnaby Jones) 10 PM 700 Club 11 PM Independent Network News 11:30 Movie: "The Lady Wants Mink" sign off 1 AM Retro; New York City, Christmas Day (Thursday, December 25), 1947 Source; New York Times WCBS-TV ch. 2 (CBS O&O) No Morning Or Afternoon Programming on Ch. 2 Evening 7:30-Christmas Carol 7:40-Short Film; Santa and the Little Angel 8:00-Channel 2 News with Douglas Edwards 8:15-Merry Christmasland Exposition, from Grand Central Palace 8:45-Basketball from Madison Square Garden; New York Knicks vs. Providence Steamroller (NY wins 97-75; this was the first Christmas Day game in American professional basketball history) WNBT Ch. 4 (NBC O&O, now WNBC) No Morning Programming on Ch. 4 Afternoon 3:00-Christmas Program at St. Alban's Hospital Evening 7:50-News with John Cameron Swayze 8:00-Christmas Play 8:30-Television News 8:40-Musical Merry-Go-Round 9:00-You Are An Artist with Jon Gnagy (instruction) 9:10-Motion Picture Trailer 9:15-Choir 9:25-Feature Film; The Second Chorus (Musical, 1940), with Fred Astaire and Paulette Goddard WABD Ch. 5 (DuMont O&O, now WNYW-Fox O&O) Morning 11:00-Christmas Service from National Cathedral, Washington, DC Afternoon 4:00-Christmas Show from Walter Reed Army Hoospital, Washington, DC 5:00-Film; A Christmas Carol (1938); Reginald Owen, Gene Lockhart 6:45-Walter Compton News 7:00-Small Fry Club with Bob Emery (children) 7:30-Birthday Party (Children) 8:00-Champagne and Orchids, with Adrienne (Music) 8:15-American Home (film) 8:30-Charade Quiz with Bill Slater Retro: Atlanta/Chattanooga/Macon Tuesday, January 5, 1971 From TV Guide, Georgia (Atlanta) Edition: WSB Ch. 2 Atlanta (NBC) 6:20 Town And Country 6:25 Farm News 6:30 Patterns For Living 7 AM Today (guest: fashion designer Rudi Gernreich) 9 AM Today In Georgia 10 AM Dinah's Place (Paul Winchell discusses painting.) 10:30 Concentration 11 AM Sale Of The Century 11:30 Hollywood Squares (Jimmy Dean, Ruta Lee, Jo Ann Pflug, Burt Reynolds, Jackie Vernon, Jo Ann Worley, Wally Cox, Charley Weaver, Paul Lynde) 12 N News 12:30 Mike Douglas (co-host Rex Reed; Robert Morse, Richard Lamparski (author of the "Whatever Became Of..." books), singer Marlene VerPlanck, comics Edmonds and Curley) 2 PM Days Of Our Lives 2:30 The Doctors 3 PM Another World/Bay City 3:30 Bright Promise 4 PM Another World/Somerset 4:30 Truth Or Consequences 5 PM Perry Mason 6 PM News 7 PM NBC News (the Chancellor/Brinkley/McGee triumvirate) 7:30 Don Knotts (Louis Nye, Sebastian Cabot, the Lennon Sisters) 8:30 Julia 9 PM First Tuesday (segments on Japan, the reliability of different burglar alarms and locks and how to "invite" a burglar into one's home, young fundamentalist Christians living in "urban house ministries" and rural communes) 11 PM News 11:30 Tonight Show (Andy Griffith, the Ace Trucking Company, Met tenor Jess Thomas, singer Jake Holmes) WRCB Ch. 3 Chattanooga (NBC) 7 AM Today 9 AM Steve Allen 10:20 Fashions In Sewing 10:30 Concentration 11 AM Sale Of The Century 11:30 Hollywood Squares 12 N Jeopardy! 12:30 Who, What Or Where 12:55 NBC News (Floyd Kalber) 1 PM Bulletin 1:30 Words And Music 2 PM Days Of Our Lives 2:30 The Doctors 3 PM Another World/Bay City 3:30 Bright Promise 4 PM Another World/Somerset 4:30 Movie: TBA 6 PM News 6:30 NBC News 7 PM Truth Or Consequences 7:30 Don Knotts 8:30 Julia 9 PM First Tuesday 11 PM News 11:30 Tonight Show WAGA Ch. 5 Atlanta (CBS) 6 AM Sunrise Semester: "Renaissance Art" 6:30 Guy Palazzola (painting) 7 AM CBS News (John Hart) 8 AM Captain Kangaroo 9 AM Beverly Hillbillies (Sammy Davis Jr. makes a brief appearance as the Clampetts go to New York, day-behind from 10:30 AM) 9:30 Family Affair (day-behind from 11 AM) 10 AM The Lucy Show (guest: Ethel Merman) 10:30 Phil Donahue 11:30 Love Of Life 12 N News 12:30 Search For Tomorrow 1 PM Famous Jury Trials 1:30 As The World Turns 2 PM Love Is A Many Splendored Thing 2:30 Guiding Light 3 PM Secret Storm 3:30 Edge Of Night 4 PM Gilligan's Island 4:30 David Frost (Richard Boone, Karen Black, folk singer Leon Bibb, biologist and specialist on human reproduction Robert Francouer, motivational researcher Ernest Dichter) 6 PM News 6:30 CBS News (Walter Cronkite) 7 PM News 7:30 Beverly Hillbillies 8 PM Green Acres 8:30 Hee Haw (Mickey Mantle does comedy bits with Junior Samples; Amanda Blake, Charley Pride) 9:30 To Rome With Love (last show at this time--next week it moves to Wed 8:30 PM and "All In The Family" debuts here) 10 PM 60 Minutes 11 PM News (Chuck Scarborough, who went from here to WNBC) 11:30 Movie: "Decision Against Time" WGTV Ch. 8 Athens/Atlanta WDCO Ch. 15 (WMUM Ch. 29) Cochran WCLP (WNGH) Ch. 18 Chatsworth (PBS) Not listed, but I assume in-school programs until 4:30 What's New 5 PM Sesame Street 6 PM Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 6:30 Golden Years 7 PM TV High School 7:30 Firing Line (an interview with Vice President Spiro Agnew) 8:30 You Asked For It (a day at a buffalo ranch, boys diving for coins in Acapulco, a helicopter is used to carry victims to the hospital, a ferret and a cobra fight, a Spanish castle in Death Valley) 9 PM Hollywood Television Theatre: "Big Fish, Little Fish" (a New York editor prepares to move into an exciting new job, but his "friends" are determined to stop him) 11:30 Stardate WTVC Ch. 9 Chattanooga (ABC) 7:30 Timmy And Lassie 8 AM Funtime 9 AM News 9:30 Galloping Gourmet 10 AM Movie: "The Sainted Sisters" (watch for George Reeves in this '48 comedy) 11:30 That Girl 12 N Bewitched 12:30 A World Apart 1 PM All My Children 1:30 Let's Make A Deal 2 PM Newlywed Game 2:30 Dating Game 3 PM General Hospital 3:30 One Life To Live 4 PM Dark Shadows 4:30 I Love Lucy (Ricky's screen test) 5 PM Real McCoys 5:30 News 6 PM ABC News (Howard K. Smith/Harry Reasoner) 6:30 Big Valley 7:30 Mod Squad 8:30 ABC Movie: "Alias Smith And Jones" (pilot for the series, which debuts Jan. 21) 10 PM Marcus Welby, M.D. 11 PM News 11:30 Dick Cavett WQXI (WXIA) Ch. 11 Atlanta (ABC) 7 AM Jonny Quest (delay from Sun 10 AM) 7:30 Tubby And Lester 9 AM Romper Room 9:55 News 10 AM Movie: "The Green Man" (English comedy about a clockmaker who spends his free time as an assassin, not to be confused with "The Boy With Green Hair") 11:30 That Girl 12 N Bewitched 12:30 Eyewitness News Parade 1 PM All My Children 1:30 Let's Make A Deal 2 PM Newlywed Game 2:30 Dating Game 3 PM General Hospital 3:30 One Life To Live 4 PM Dark Shadows 4:30 Movie: "Sealed Lips" 6 PM Dick Van Dyke 6:30 Hazel 7 PM What's My Line? 7:30 Mod Squad 8:30 ABC Movie: "Alias Smith And Jones" 10 PM Marcus Welby, M.D. 11 PM News 11:30 Dick Cavett WDEF Ch. 12 Chattanooga (CBS) 6:25 Focus (educational program) 6:55 Farm Report 7 AM CBS News 7:30 Morning Show 8:30 Romper Room 9 AM Captain Kangaroo 10 AM The Lucy Show 10:30 Beverly Hillbillies 11 AM Family Affair (guest: Eddie Hodges, who teamed with future astronaut John Glenn to win $25,000 on "Name That Tune" in 1957) 11:30 Love Of Life 12 N News 12:20 Paul Harvey 12:25 CBS News (Douglas Edwards) 12:30 Search For Tomorrow 1 PM Peyton Place 1:30 As The World Turns 2 PM Love Is A Many Splendored Thing 2:30 Guiding Light 3 PM Secret Storm 3:30 Edge Of Night 4 PM Gomer Pyle, USMC 4:30 Batman 5 PM Daniel Boone (watch for Alan Napier, aka Alfred the butler on "Batman") 6 PM News 6:30 CBS News 7 PM Dragnet 7:30 Beverly Hillbillies 8 PM Green Acres 8:30 Hee Haw 9:30 To Rome With Love 10 PM 60 Minutes 11 PM News 11:30 Merv Griffin (Glen Campbell, Larry McNeely (banjoist on Glen's show), Ronnie Schell) WMAZ Ch. 13 Macon (CBS/ABC) 6:30 Cartoon Club 6:55 News 7 AM CBS News 8 AM Captain Kangaroo 9 AM General Hospital 9:30 Bewitched (Paul Lynde as Uncle Arthur) 10 AM The Lucy Show 10:30 Beverly Hillbillies 11 AM Family Affair 11:30 Love Of Life 12 N Where The Heart Is 12:25 CBS News 12:30 Search For Tomorrow 1 PM Almanac 1:15 Date With Del 1:30 As The World Turns 2 PM Love Is A Many Splendored Thing 2:30 Guiding Light 3 PM Secret Storm 3:30 Edge Of Night 4 PM Dark Shadows 4:30 Gilligan's Island 5 PM Daniel Boone 6 PM News, Weather, Sports 6:30 CBS News 7 PM Truth Or Consequences 7:30 Run For Your Life 8:30 Hee Haw 9:30 To Rome With Love 10 PM Marcus Welby, M.D. 11 PM News, Weather, Sports 11:30 Merv Griffin WTCG (WPCH) Ch. 17 Atlanta (Ind.) 6:45 News 7 AM Popeye 7:30 Bugs Bunny 9 AM Banana Splits 9:30 Flintstones 10 AM Yogi Bear 10:30 Rocky And Bullwinkle 11 AM Lassie 11:30 Topper 12 N Jeopardy! (pre-empted on Ch. 2) 12:30 Who, What Or Where (pre-empted on Ch. 2) 12:55 NBC News (pre-empted on Ch. 2) 1 PM Movie: "The Bachelor's Daughters" 3 PM Flintstones 3:30 Banana Splits 4 PM Gomer Pyle, USMC (pre-empted on Ch. 5) 4:30 Little Rascals 5 PM Batman 5:30 Spiderman 6 PM Munsters 6:30 Get Smart 7 PM Petticoat Junction (a crossover with "Green Acres" as Uncle Joe asks Oliver Douglas for advice on how to get out of jury duty) 7:30 It Takes A Thief 8:30 Dragnet 9 PM Wagons Ho! ("Wagon Train" reruns) 10 PM Steve Allen 11:30 Merv Griffin (pre-empted on Ch. 5) WETV (WPBA) Ch. 30 Atlanta (PBS) Not listed but I assume in-school programs until 4 PM Sesame Street 5 PM Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 5:30 Kukla, Fran And Ollie 6 PM Music Of The 20th Century (cellist Stephen Kates and pianist Samuel Sanders perform Elliott Carter's "Sonata For Cello And Piano") 6:30 Spanish For Beginners 6:45 French For Beginners 7 PM Here And Now (topic: pottery making) 7:30 Other Peoples, Other Viewpoints (British ecologist Dr. Robert White-Stevens discusses environmental pollution.) 8 PM Realities ("In Search Of Rembrandt") 9 PM The Advocates (Should the federal government institute wage-price controls? John Kenneth Galbraith says yes; William F. Buckley Jr. says no. The Nixon administration did institute them.) 10 PM Hollywood Television Theatre: "Big Fish, Little Fish" WATL Ch. 36 Atlanta (Ind.) 2 PM Mantrap 2:30 Movie Game 3 PM King Kong (the Rankin-Bass animated show) 3:30 Lone Ranger 4 PM Marine Boy 4:30 Speed Racer 5 PM Ultra Man 5:30 Superman 6 PM Lost In Space 7 PM Twilight Zone 7:30 Star Trek 8:30 Movie: "Campbell's Kingdom" 10:30 Felony Squad 11 PM Can You Top This? 11:30 Movie: "Humoresque" WCWB (WMGT) Ch. 41 Macon (NBC) 7 AM Today 8:30 Galloping Gourmet (this is correct; at the time Ch. 41 carried only 90 minutes of the "Today" show) 9 AM Romper Room 10 AM Dinah's Place 10:30 Concentration 11 AM Sale Of The Century 11:30 Hollywood Squares 12 N Jeopardy! 12:30 Who, What Or Where 12:55 NBC News 1 PM Helen Popejoy (women's show) 1:30 Words And Music 2 PM Days Of Our Lives 2:30 The Doctors 3 PM Another World/Bay City 3:30 Bright Promise 4 PM Another World/Somerset 4:30 Movie Game 5 PM Gomer Pyle, USMC (CBS, pre-empted on Ch. 13) 5:30 News 6 PM Arnie (CBS, pre-empted on Ch. 13, delay from Sat 9 PM) 6:30 He Said! She Said! 7 PM NBC News 7:30 Don Knotts 8:30 Julia 9 PM First Tuesday 11 PM News 11:30 Tonight Show WTCI Ch. 45 Chattanooga (PBS) Not listed but I assume in-school programs until 5 PM Sesame Street 6 PM Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 6:30 What's New 7 PM Film (contrasts between East and West African cultures) 7:30 Folk Guitar Plus 8 PM Homewood (Zubin Mehta conducts the Los Angeles Philharmonic in a Tchaikovsky gala taped at the Hollywood Bowl.) 9 PM Fanfare (the opera "Hansel and Gretel" is performed in English) sign off 10:30 PM Retro: Central Florida Tuesday, January 4, 1972 From TV Guide, Central Florida Edition: WESH Ch. 2 Daytona Beach/Orlando (NBC) 6:15 World Tomorrow (Garner Ted Armstrong) 6:45 Sunshine Almanac 7 AM Today 9 AM Steve Allen 10 AM Dinah's Place (Nanette Fabray discusses children with hearing problems.) 10:30 Concentration 11 AM Sale Of The Century 11:30 Hollywood Squares (Joseph Campanella, Zsa Zsa Gabor, Barbara McNair, Jan Murray, Karen Valentine, Wally Cox, Charley Weaver, Paul Lynde) 12 N Jeopardy! 12:30 Newscope 12:55 NBC News (Floyd Kalber) 1 PM Somerset 1:30 Three On A Match 2 PM Days Of Our Lives 2:30 The Doctors 3 PM Another World 3:30 Bright Promise 4 PM To Tell The Truth (Orson Bean, Kitty Carlisle, Peggy Cass, Bill Cullen) 4:30 Munsters 5 PM Dick Van Dyke 5:30 News, Weather, Sports 6:30 NBC News (John Chancellor) 7 PM I Love Lucy (the Hollywood-bound Ricardos and Mertzes spend the night in a dump outside Cincinnati) 7:30 Sarge (George Kennedy) 8:30 Man Is My Name (documentary on how primitive tribes react to modern technology) 9:30 James Garner As Nichols (they killed off the cowardly Nichols and replaced him with his more-courageous twin brother, also played by Garner--didn't help) 10:30 The Partners (delay of at least a week from Sat 8 PM) 11 PM News, Weather, Sports 11:30 Tonight Show (Teresa Brewer, designer Mr. Blackwell) WEDU Ch. 3 Tampa (PBS) TV Guide doesn't say but I assume in-school programs until 3:10 Teacher To Teacher 3:40 Images And Things 4 PM Sesame Street 5 PM Electric Company 5:30 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood (guest: Captain Kangaroo) 6 PM Mythology 6:30 Teacher To Teacher 7 PM Electric Company 7:30 Solti On Conducting 8:30 The Advocates (debated: Should New York City become the 51st state? Rep. Bella Abzug, writer Jimmy Breslin, and state assemblyman Albert Blumenthal say yes; former Nassau County executive Eugene Nickerson and Citizen's Union leader Donna Shalala say no.) 9:30 Speaking Freely (Edwin Newman interviews Prince Bernhard of the Netherlands.) 10:30 Black Journal ("Learn, Baby, Learn" focuses on education in Guyana.) sign off 11 PM WDBO (WKMG) Ch. 6 Orlando (CBS) 6:15 Sunshine Almanac 6:30 Sunrise Semester: "Classical Mythology" 7 AM CBS News (John Hart) 8 AM Captain Kangaroo 9 AM Romper Room 9:30 The Lucy Show (Jan Murray plays a soap-opera writer, day-behind from 10 AM) 10 AM Virginia Graham 11 AM Family Affair 11:30 Love Of Life 12 N Where The Heart Is 12:25 CBS News (Douglas Edwards) 12:30 Search For Tomorrow 1 PM What's My Line? 1:30 As The World Turns 2 PM Love Is A Many Splendored Thing 2:30 Guiding Light 3 PM Secret Storm 3:30 Edge Of Night 4 PM Gomer Pyle, USMC 4:30 Perry Mason 5:30 Green Acres 6 PM News, Weather, Sports 6:30 CBS News (Walter Cronkite) 7 PM Truth Or Consequences 7:30 Glen Campbell Goodtime Hour (Totie Fields, Dom DeLuise, the Osmond Brothers) 8:20 Political Announcement (Sen. Edmund Muskie announces his candidacy for the Democratic presidential nomination.) 8:30 Hawaii Five-O (guest star is a pre-"M*A*S*H" Loretta Swit) 9:30 Cannon (guests: Martin Sheen and Daniel J. Travanti, then calling himself Dan Travanty) 10:30 Golddiggers 11 PM News, Weather, Sports 11:30 Merv Griffin (theme: adventurers--guests: Lowell Thomas, Bill Burrud, and Elgin Long, who recently completed a solo flight around the world) WFLA Ch. 8 Tampa (NBC) 6:30 Today In Florida 7 AM Today 9 AM Movie: "Dragoon Wells Massacre" 10:20 Lucille Rivers (sewing) 10:30 Concentration 11 AM Sale Of The Century 11:30 Hollywood Squares 12 N Jeopardy! 12:30 Who, What Or Where 12:55 NBC News 1 PM News, Weather 1:20 Hollywood Headlines 1:30 Three On A Match 2 PM Days Of Our Lives 2:30 The Doctors 3 PM Another World 3:30 Bright Promise 4 PM Somerset 4:30 High Chaparral 5:30 To Tell The Truth (Orson Bean, singer Linda Bennett, Kitty Carlisle, Bill Cullen) 6 PM News, Weather, Sports 6:30 NBC News 7 PM What's My Line? (Jim Backus, Arlene Francis, Soupy Sales, Anita Gillette) 7:30 Sarge 8:30 Man Is My Name 9:30 James Garner As Nichols 10:30 News Conference 11 PM News, Weather, Sports 11:30 Tonight Show WFTV Ch. 9 Orlando (ABC) 6:15 Slim Mims 6:45 Florida Agri-World 7 AM Bozo 8 AM Mike Douglas (co-host Sammy Davis Jr.; Muhammad Ali, Jesse Jackson, Marty Allen, singer Donna Theodore) 9 AM Movie: "Affair With A Stranger" 10:50 Lucille Rivers 11 AM Bewitched (guest: Maurice Evans, day-behind from 12 N) 11:30 That Girl (guest: Cloris Leachman) 12 N News, Weather, Women's World 12:30 Password (Joseph Campanella, Florence Henderson) 1 PM All My Children 1:30 Let's Make A Deal 2 PM Newlywed Game 2:30 Dating Game 3 PM General Hospital 3:30 One Life To Live 4 PM Love, American Style 4:30 Daniel Boone 5:30 News, Weather, Sports 6:30 ABC News (Howard K. Smith/Harry Reasoner) 7 PM Dragnet 7:30 Mod Squad 8:30 ABC Movie: "Gidget Gets Married" (Monie Ellis is the new Gidget.) 10 PM Marcus Welby, M.D. 11 PM News, Weather, Sports 11:30 Movie: "Pride And Prejudice" WLCY (WTSP) Ch. 10 St. Petersburg (ABC) 7 AM Growing Things 7:15 Involvement 10 7:45 News 8 AM Russ Byrd 8:30 Fran Carlton 9 AM Romper Room 10 AM Movie: "Appointment In Berlin" 11:30 That Girl 12 N Bewitched 12:30 Password 1 PM All My Children 1:30 Let's Make A Deal 2 PM Newlywed Game 2:30 Dating Game 3 PM General Hospital 3:30 One Life To Live 4 PM Love, American Style 4:30 Daniel Boone 5:30 News, Weather, Sports 6 PM ABC News 6:30 Dick Van Dyke 7 PM I Love Lucy 7:30 Mod Squad 8:30 ABC Movie: "Gidget Gets Married" 10 PM Marcus Welby, M.D. 11 PM News, Weather, Sports 11:30 Dick Cavett (Ralph Nader, Sandy Duncan) WINK Ch. 11 Ft. Myers (CBS) 6:30 Sunshine Almanac 6:45 Good Morning 7 AM CBS News 8 AM Captain Kangaroo 9 AM Jack LaLanne 9:30 Sesame Street 10:30 Steve Allen 11:30 Love Of Life 12 N News, Weather 12:25 CBS News 12:30 Search For Tomorrow 1 PM Where The Heart Is 1:25 News 1:30 As The World Turns 2 PM Love Is A Many Splendored Thing 2:30 Guiding Light 3 PM Secret Storm 3:30 Edge Of Night 4 PM Gomer Pyle, USMC 4:30 Mike Douglas (salute to children's TV: co-host Orson Bean; Bob McGrath of "Sesame Street", Buffalo Bob Smith, Howdy Doody, and Dayton Allen (Phineas T. Bluster on "Howdy Doody"); Soupy Sales; Dr. Frances Horwich ("Ding Dong School")) 6 PM News, Weather, Sports 7 PM CBS News 7:30 Glen Campbell Goodtime Hour 8:20 Political Announcement 8:30 Hawaii Five-O 9:30 Cannon 10:30 To Tell The Truth 11 PM News, Weather, Sports 11:30 Merv Griffin WTVT Ch. 13 Tampa (CBS) 6 AM Breakfast Beat 7 AM CBS News 7:30 Breakfast Beat 8 AM Captain Kangaroo 9 AM Mike Douglas (same as Ch. 9 with the addition of singer Jimmy Jones) 10:30 My Three Sons 11 AM Family Affair 11:30 Love Of Life 12 N News, Weather 12:20 Farm And Livestock Report 12:25 CBS News 12:30 Search For Tomorrow 1 PM Where The Heart Is 1:25 Tampa Bay Topics 1:30 As The World Turns 2 PM Love Is A Many Splendored Thing 2:30 Guiding Light 3 PM Secret Storm 3:30 Edge Of Night 4 PM Timmy And Lassie 4:30 Perry Mason 5:30 Truth Or Consequences 6 PM News, Weather, Sports 7 PM CBS News 7:30 Glen Campbell Goodtime Hour 8:20 Political Annoucement 8:30 Hawaii Five-O 9:30 Cannon 10:30 Project 13 (Gov. Reubin Askew reviews 1971 and previews the 1972 legislative session.) 11 PM News, Weather, Sports 11:30 Merv Griffin 1 AM David Frost (topic: the human brain; guests: Nobel Prize-winning brain researcher John Eccles, Life magazine science editor Will Bradbury, neuropsychologist Michael Gazzaniga, Dr. Neal Miller, cybernetics authority John Ertl) WUSF Ch. 16 Tampa (PBS) 3 PM NET Opera Theatre: The Queen Of Spades (Tchaikovsky opera about a man obsessed with gambling and can be helped only by a countess who will die if she reveals her formula for winning) 5 PM Sesame Street 6 PM Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 6:30 Book Beat (photographer Yousuf Karsh discusses his book "Faces Of Our Time," with photos of President Nixon, Joan Baez, Marshall McLuhan, and Pablo Picasso) 7 PM Firing Line (from London: William F. Buckley Jr. discusses pornography in Britain with two House of Commons members: Conservative Selwyn Gummer and Liberal Renee Short) 8 PM Insight 8:30 Sports Roundtable 9 PM Generation 9:30 Quest sign off 10 PM WBBH Ch. 20 Ft. Myers (NBC/ABC) 6:55 Something To Think About 7 AM Today 9 AM The Fugitive 10 AM Dinah's Place 10:30 Concentration 11 AM Sale Of The Century 11:30 Hollywood Squares 12 N Jeopardy! 12:30 Who, What Or Where 12:55 Today In Florida 1 PM Brad Lacey 1:30 Three On A Match 2 PM Days Of Our Lives 2:30 The Doctors 3 PM Another World 3:30 Bright Promise 4 PM Somerset 4:30 Petticoat Junction 5 PM Big Valley 6 PM News, Weather, Sports 6:30 NBC News 7 PM Lassie 7:30 Sarge 8:30 Man Is My Name 9:30 James Garner As Nichols 10:30 Fishing With George Goldtrap 11 PM News, Weather, Sports 11:30 Tonight Show 1 AM Movie: "The Tattered Dress" 2:30 Something To Think About WMFE Ch. 24 Orlando (PBS) Not listed but I assume in-school programs until 5 PM Sesame Street 6 PM Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 6:30 What's New 7 PM Electric Company 7:30 Prime Time 8:30 The Advocates 9:30 Young Music Artists (the Tokyo String Quartet plays Debussy's Quartet No. 1, Opus 10) 10 PM Southern Perspective WXLT (WWSB) Ch. 40 Sarasota (ABC) 10 AM Ladies' Day 10:30 Movie Game 11 AM Mantrap 11:30 That Girl 12 N Bewitched 12:30 Password 1 PM All My Children 1:30 Let's Make A Deal 2 PM Newlywed Game 2:30 Dating Game 3 PM General Hospital 3:30 One Life To Live 4 PM Love, American Style 4:30 Movie: "Margin For Error" (watch for Milton Berle in this comedy from '43) 6 PM News, Weather, Sports 6:30 ABC News 7 PM Death Valley Days 7:30 Mod Squad 8:30 ABC Movie: "Gidget Gets Married" 10 PM Marcus Welby, M.D. 11 PM News, Weather, Sports 11:30 Dick Cavett WTOG Ch. 44 St. Petersburg (Ind.) 11:30 Jack LaLanne 12 N Galloping Gourmet 12:30 Peyton Place 1 PM Ben Casey 2 PM Movie: "Check Point" 3:30 Tennessee Tuxedo 4 PM Lost In Space 5 PM Addams Family 5:30 My Favorite Martian 6 PM Please Don't Eat The Daisies 6:30 Patty Duke 7 PM Wild Wild West (Dr. Loveless is here tonight.) 8 PM Star Trek 9 PM Movie: "Daughters Courageous" 11 PM Name Of The Game 12:30 Twilight Zone (Telly Savalas as a man whose stepdaughter's doll keeps saying "I'm going to kill you.") 1 AM Dr. Joyce Brothers RETRO: WASHINGTON, DC - 11/24/1995 Friday, November 24, 1995 WRC-TV NBC4 05:00AM News 05:30AM News 07:00AM Today 09:00AM Maury 10:00AM Leeza 11:00AM Leeza 12:00PM News 01:00PM Days of Our Lives 02:00PM Another World 03:00PM Montel Williams 04:00PM News 05:00PM News 06:00PM News 07:00PM NBC News 07:30PM Inside Edition 08:00PM MOVIE: The Mighty Ducks 10:00PM TV's Funniest Friends & Neighbors 11:00PM News 11:30PM The Tonight Show with Jay Leno 12:30AM Late Night with Conan O'Brien 01:30AM Friday Night Videos 02:30AM NBC News Nightside WTTG-TV FOX5 05:00AM Gordon Elliott 06:00AM News 06:30AM News 07:00AM Morning News 09:00AM MOVIE: Mary Poppins 12:00PM News 12:30PM Golden Girls 01:00PM Fox Cubhouse 01:30PM Bobby's World 02:00PM Fox Cubhouse 02:30PM Bobby's World 03:00PM Taz-Mania 03:30PM X-Men 04:00PM Adventures of Batman & Robin 04:30PM Goosebumps 05:00PM Full House 05:30PM Fresh Prince of Bel-Air 06:00PM Roseanne 06:30PM Fresh Prince of Bel-Air 07:00PM The Simpsons 07:30PM Seinfeld 08:00PM Strange Luck 09:00PM The X-Files 10:00PM News 11:00PM Married...with Children 11:30PM A Current Affair 12:00AM Cops 12:30AM M*A*S*H 01:00AM Jenny Jones 02:00AM On-Road (incomplete title) 02:30AM Thomas (incomplete title) 03:00AM Perry Mason 04:00AM Beverly Hillbillies 04:30AM A Current Affair WJLA-TV ABC7 05:00AM News 05:30AM News 06:00AM News 07:00AM Good Morning America 09:00AM Regis & Kathie Lee 10:00AM George & Alana 11:00AM College Football: Regional Coverage 02:30PM College Football: Oklahoma Sooners at Nebraska Cornhuskers 06:00PM News 06:30PM ABC News 07:00PM Wheel of Fortune 07:30PM Jeopardy! 08:00PM Family Matters 08:30PM Boy Meets World 09:00PM Step by Step 09:30PM Hangin' with Mr. Cooper 10:00PM 20/20 11:00PM News 11:30PM Nightline 12:00AM EXTRA 12:30AM America's Most Wanted: Final Justice 01:00AM Tempestt 02:00AM In Concert 02:30AM Home Again with Bob Villa 03:00AM Lifestyles with Leach & Belafonte 04:00AM News 04:30AM News WUSA-TV CBS9 05:30AM News 06:00AM News 07:00AM This Morning 09:00AM Donahue 10:00AM Sally 11:00AM The Price is Right 12:00PM News 12:30PM Young & the Restless 01:30PM Bold & the Beautiful 02:00PM As the World Turns 03:00PM Guiding Light 04:00PM News 05:00PM News 06:00PM News 07:00PM CBS News 07:30PM Entertainment Tonight 08:00PM MOVIE: Free Willy 10:00PM Reba: Starting Over 11:00PM News 11:30PM Late Show with David Letterman 12:30AM Entertainment Tonight 01:00AM Real Stories of the Highway Patrol 01:30AM News 02:00AM Late Late Show with Tom Snyder 03:00AM People's Court 03:30AM Coast Guard 04:00AM Haven (incomplete title) 04:30AM MotorWeek WDCA-TV UPN20 05:00AM Coach 05:30AM Business (is it This Morning's Business or It's Your Business?) 06:00AM Kenneth Copeland 06:30AM Blinky Bill 07:00AM Mighty Max 07:30AM VR Troopers 08:00AM Mutant League 08:30AM Littlest Pet Shop 09:00AM 700 Club 10:00AM Dinosaurs 10:30AM Amen 11:00AM Pontoffel Pock, Where Are You? 11:30AM The Hoober-Bloob Highway 12:00PM The Cat in the Hat (TV special) 12:30PM Dr. Seuss on the Loose! 01:00PM The Grinch Grinches the Cat in the Hat 01:30PM Bluetoes the Christmas Elf 02:00PM Blossom 02:30PM Highlander: The Animated Series 03:00PM Goof Troop 03:30PM Bonkers 04:00PM Aladdin 04:30PM Timon & Pumbaa 05:00PM The Cosby Show 05:30PM Step by Step 06:00PM Family Matters 06:30PM A Different World 07:00PM Home Improvement 07:30PM Home Improvement 08:00PM The Bears Who Saved Christmas 08:30PM Nick & Noel 09:00PM Xena: Warrior Princess 10:00PM News 10:30PM Hard Copy 11:00PM In the Heat of the Night 12:00AM Stephanie Miller 01:00AM LAPD: Life on the Beat 01:30AM Rush Limbaugh 02:00AM Jerry Springer 03:00AM MOVIE: Roll of Thunder, Hear My Cry WBDC-TV WB50 05:00AM Newhart 05:30AM First Business 06:00AM Bananas in Pajamas 06:30AM The Flintstones 07:00AM That's Warner Bros! 07:30AM Animaniacs 08:00AM Sailor Moon 08:30AM A.J.'s Time Travelers 09:00AM James Robison 09:30AM Experience the Power 10:00AM Benny Hinn 10:30AM Self Enhancement 11:00AM Self Enhancement 11:30AM Self Enhancement 12:00PM Rescue 911 12:30PM Doogie Howser, M.D. 01:00PM MOVIE: TBA (Could you tell me what the movie is?) 03:00PM California Dreams 03:30PM California Dreams 04:00PM Charles Perez 05:00PM Geraldo 06:00PM Baywatch 07:00PM NBA Basketball: Washington Bullets at Miami Heat 10:00PM Geraldo 11:00PM Lauren Hutton And... 11:30PM Designing Women 12:00AM The Hitchhiker 12:30AM Top Cops 01:00AM Self Enhancement 01:30AM Self Enhancement 02:00AM MOVIE: The Man Upstairs 04:00AM Kojak Retro: Central Oregon Wed, Jan 3, 1979 from TV Guide-Eugene edition KATU 2-ABC Portland 6:30 Town Hall (Gerry Pratt; pt 1 of a 2-parter on the MacLaren School for Boys, a reform school in Woodburn) 7:00 Good Morning America 9:00 AM Northwest (looks at the problems of Vietnam vets) 10:00 Happy Days 10:30 $20,000 Pyramid 11:00 Mary Tyler Moore 11:30 Ryan's Hope noon All My Children 1:00 One Life to Live 2:00 General Hospital 3:00 Edge of Night 3:30 Family Feud 4:00 Dinah! (guests Jack Klugman, Susan Sullivan, Jim Stafford, and Carl Sagan) 5:00 News 6:00 ABC World News Tonight 6:30 News 7:00 Cross-Wits 7:30 Match Game PM 8:00 Eight is Enough 9:00 Charlie's Angels 10:00 Vega$ 11:00 News 11:30 Police Woman 12:40 SWAT KVDO 3-PBS Salem 8:00 Once Upon a Classic "The Secret Garden" (pt 4) 8:30 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 9:00 Otto: Zoo Gorilla (the title primate, a 400 lb gorilla at the Lincoln Park Zoo in Chicago, is the focus of this doc on how he and 26 of his friends were moved to new quarters) 10:00 Electric Company 10:30 Freestyle 11:00 Instructional Programs noon TBA 12:30 Gettin' Over 1:00 Instructional Programs 2:30 Over Easy (guest: writer Anita Loos) 3:00 Idea Thing 3:30 MacNeil-Lehrer Report 4:00 New You 4:30 Inner View 5:00 Third Testament 6:00 Sesame Street 7:00 Dick Cavett (guest: artist Raplh Fasanella) 7:30 TBA 8:00 Julia Child & Company 8:30 Book Beat 9:00 Movie "What Price Glory" (bw) TelePrompter Cable 4-Eugene relays programs from indies KTVU Oakland and KTXL Sacramento 6:30 New Mickey Mouse Club 7:00 Cartoon Town 8:30 Romper Room 9:00 I Love Lucy (bw) 9:30 Room 222 10:00 Big Valley 11:00 Phil Donahue (guests Hugh and Christie Hefner) noon Cross-Wits 12:30 Truth or Consequences 1:00 Movie "Back Street" 3:00 Woody Woodpecker 4:00 Tom & Jerry 4:30 Spiderman 5:00 Captain Cosmic & His Wonder Robot 2-T-2 5:30 Bewitched 6:00 Six Million Dollar Man 7:00 Odd Couple 7:30 Dating Game 8:00 Kennedy's Ireland (recalling JFK's 1963 visit to the Emerald Isle) 9:00 Lynn Anderson's Country Welcome (from the Grand Ole Opry, Lynn welcomes Tina Turner, Chet Atkins, Eddie Rabbit, and England Dan & John Ford Coley) 10:00 News (not sure from where, both source channels had 10pm news) 11:00 Love Experts 11:30 Movie "Company of Killers" 1:30 Movie "The President's Lady" (bw) 3:30 Movie "Where the Sidewalk Ends" (bw) KOBI 5-ABC/CBS Medford 6:00 Captain Kangaroo 7:00 Good Morning America 9:00 Family Feud 9:30 Price is Right 10:30 $20,000 Pyramid 11:00 Young & the Restless 11:30 Ryan's Hope noon All My Children 1:00 One Life to Live 2:00 General Hospital 3:00 Edge of Night 3:30 Ironside 4:30 Courtship of Eddie's Father 5:00 News 5:30 ABC World News Tonight 6:00 News 6:30 CBS Evening News 7:00 Alice (delayed from Sun 8:30) 7:30 Candid Camera 8:00 Eight is Enough 9:00 Charlie's Angels 10:00 Vega$ 11:00 News 11:30 Police Woman 12:40 SWAT KOIN 6-CBS Portland 6:00 Sunrise Semester "English Language Arts" 6:30 Gary Randall 7:00 CBS Morning News 8:00 Captain Kangaroo 9:00 Phil Donahue (anthropology prof Alan Dundee talks about his interpretation of football as a ritual) 10:00 KOIN Kitchen 10:30 Love of Life 10:55 CBS News 11:00 Young & the Restless 11:30 News 12:30 As the World Turns 1:30 Guiding Light 2:30 All in the Family 3:00 Match Game 3:30 Mike Douglas (co-host Jimmy Stewart/guests Jimmy's wife Gloria, Lucille Ball, Billy Crystal, David Copperfield, A Taste of Honey, and Joyce DeWitt) 5:00 News 6:00 CBS Evening News 6:30 Carol Burnett & Friends (guest William Conrad) 7:00 Merv Griffin (guests Betty White, Pam Dawber, and Jerry Van Dyke) 8:00 Jeffersons 8:30 Good Times 9:00 Movie "Some Kind of Miracle" 11:00 News 11:30 Rockford Files 12:40 Kojak 1:50 Peter Gunn (bw) 2:20 Star Performance (bw) 2:50 Mr. Lucky (bw) KOAC 7-PBS Corvallis 8:00 Over Easy (Anita Loos) 8:30 TBA 9:00 Sesame Street 10:00 Instructional Programs 12:30 Villa Alegre 1:00 Electric Company 1:30 Instructional Programs 2:30 Lilias, Yoga & You 3:00 Active Life 3:30 Japan: The Changing Tradition 4:00 Sesame Street 5:00 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 5:30 Electric Company 6:00 Grin & Repair It 6:30 Folk Guitar 7:00 MacNeil-Lehrer Report 7:30 TBA 8:00 Cousteau Odyssey "Calypso's Search for the Britannic" (the Cousteau team go 370' into the Agean Sea in search of the Titanic's sister ship, sunk in 1916 while serving as a hospital ship) 9:00 Great Performance "Mourning Becomes Electra" (conclusion) 10:00 Bartleby the Scrivener (an adaptation of Herman Melville's story, set in 1850) 11:00 Dick Cavett (guest Lilli Palmer, pt 1) 11:30 Captioned ABC News TelePrompter Cable 7-Eugene 6:15 simulcasts KGW 7:00 off air 8:00 simulcasts KOAC for the rest of the day KGW 8-NBC Portland 6:15 Gettin' Over 6:45 Exercises (Joe Loprinzi) 7:00 Today 9:00 Card Sharks 9:30 Jeopardy! 10:00 High Rollers 10:30 Wheel of Fortune 11:00 America Alive! (8 only aired 30 min) 11:30 Newlywed Game noon News 12:30 Days of Our Lives 1:30 Doctors 2:00 Another World 3:00 Movie (The Afternooner) "Grand Slam" 5:00 News 6:00 NBC Nightly News 6:30 News 7:00 Evening (Hansen/Linnman) 7:30 Sha Na Na (guests Ronnie Spector & the Ronettes) 8:00 Tony Orlando (a mainly one-man show from Lake Tahoe, with guests Valerie Harper and John Cassavetes) 9:00 Movie "Pleasure Cove" (a 1979 TV film starring Tom Jones) 11:00 News 11:30 Tonight Show (guests Robert Klein and opera singer Brenda Boozer) 1:00 Tomorrow (discussing magic with David Copperfield, Ricky Jay, and John Scarney) KEZI 9-ABC Eugene 6:00 Creative Living 6:30 Romper Room 7:00 Good Morning America 9:00 Good Morning Oregon 9:30 700 Club (guests include children's author Ethel Barrett) 11:00 The Rock 11:30 Ryan's Hope noon All My Children 1:00 One Life to Live 2:00 General Hospital 3:00 Edge of Night 3:30 I Love Lucy (bw) 4:00 Flintstones 4:30 Gilligan's Island (bw) 5:00 Six Million Dollar Man 6:00 News 6:30 ABC World News Tonight 7:00 Joker's Wild 7:30 Carol Burnett & Friends (guest Jack Klugman) 8:00 Eight is Enough 9:00 Charlie's Angels 10:00 Vega$ 11:00 News 11:30 Police Woman 12:40 SWAT TelePrompter Cable 11-Eugene local programs from KOZY, plus simulcasts of KATU and KGW 10:00 simulcasts KATU 11:30 PTL Club 1:30 Cable Spotlight 2:30 TBA 3:00 Robin Hood (bw) 3:30 simulcasts KATU 5:00 News (not sure from where, both 2 and 8 had news at that hour) 6:00 NBC Nightly News 6:30 News (see above note) 7:00 simulcasts KATU 8:00 700 Club 9:30 Survival (bw) 10:00 Movie "Pimpernel Smith" (bw) KPTV 12-Ind Portland 6:30 Not for Women Only (pt 3 of a discussion of homosexuality focuses on a group for parents of gays) 7:00 New Zoo Revue 7:30 Ramblin' Rod 8:30 Archies 9:00 Marcus Welby, MD 10:00 Bonanza 11:00 Tic Tac Dough 11:30 New Joker's Wild noon Perry Mason (bw/pro footballers Lon Chuy, Roman Gabriel, and Lamar Lundy guest star in an episode where a team owner is suspected of killing her husband) 1:00 Movie "Pony Express" 3:00 Andy Griffith (bw) 3:30 New Mickey Mouse Club 4:00 Flintstones 4:30 Gilligan's Island 5:00 Bewitched 5:30 Adam-12 (former wrestler Hardboiled Haggerty guest stars as a rampaging bar patron) 6:00 Emergency One! 7:00 I Love Lucy (bw) 7:30 Hogan's Heroes 8:00 Movie "The Virgin Queen" 10:00 News 10:30 Newsmakers (Ted Warren) 11:00 Chico & the Man 11:30 Everyday (guests Smokey Robinson and Victoria Principal) 12:30 Gambit KVAL 13-NBC/CBS Eugene 7:00 Today 9:00 Card Sharks 9:30 Jeopardy! 10:00 High Rollers 10:30 Wheel of Fortune 11:00 America Alive! noon News 12:30 Days of Our Lives 1:30 Doctors 2:00 Another World 3:00 Hollywood Squares 3:30 Bugs Bunny & Friends 4:00 Bewitched 4:30 Andy Griffith 5:00 Brady Bunch 5:30 News 6:30 NBC Nightly News 7:00 Mary Tyler Moore 7:30 Newlywed Game 8:00 Tony Orlando 9:00 Movie "Pleasure Cove" 11:00 News 11:30 Tonight Show 1:00 Tomorrow KTVZ 21-NBC/CBS Bend 7:00 Today 9:00 Card Sharks 9:30 Jeopardy! 10:00 High Rollers 10:30 Wheel of Fortune 11:00 America Alive! noon Match Game 12:30 Days of Our Lives 1:30 Doctors 2:00 Another World 3:00 Hollywood Squares 3:30 All in the Family (1 hr delay) 4:00 Mike Douglas (co-hosts Susan Lucci and Richard Shoberg/studio guests Brett Somers and Eric Carmen/on-set interviews at Battlestar Galactica with Laurette Spang, Herb Jefferson Jr, and costume designer Jean-Pierre Dorleac) 5:30 News 6:30 NBC Nightly News 7:00 Incredible Hulk 8:00 Tony Orlando 9:00 Movie "Pleasure Cove" 11:00 News 11:30 Tonight Show (21 didn't clear Tomorrow) from TV Guide-Eugene edition KOIN 6-CBS Portland 9:00 Phil Donahue (anthropology prof Alan Dundee talks about his interpretation of football as a ritual) 10:00 KOIN Kitchen 10:30 Love of Life KOIN was one of a few CBS affiliates which pre-empted The Price is Right at 9:30 with Phil Donahue at 9:00 and a half-hour program at 10:00. CBS stations in Seattle, Kansas City and Wichita did the same. Were there others? KPIX in San Francisco pre-empted 'TPIR' for many years, as documented in threads elsewhere on this forum. Most of that occurred when the show aired at 10 AM PT, time, but KPIX had dropped it, in favor of a local talk show, even while 'TPIR' was still airing at 9:30, in the late '70s. I'm a little surprised that both Oregon ABC affiliates listed above were pre-empting the daytime Family Feud in early '79; I thought that was still considered the show's heyday, and the preemptions in other markets were still a year or so away? Good point regarding KPIX and their frequent preemption of TPIR. To clarify my question a bit, I was wondering if other CBS stations besides Portland, Seattle, Kansas City and Wichita essentially preempted TPIR with Donahue prior to April 1979. Donahue would air at 9:00, causing those CBS affiliates to air something else at 10:00 (such as a tape delayed All in the Family from 9:00). When CBS moved TPIR to 10:00 in April 1979, each of the above-listed stations brought TPIR back. KPIX probably did not. KATU 2-ABC Portland 3:00 Edge of Night 3:30 Family Feud The KATU listing shows Feud at 3:30. I trust this is a tape delay of the ABC daytime Feud and not the syndicated nighttime version. Retro: New Orleans December 30, 1972 Source: TV Guide WWL-TV 4 5:30--Salvation Army 5:45--U.S. Dept. of Agriculture 6:00--Sunrise Semester 6:30--Town & Country Journal 7:00--Bugs Bunny 7:30--Sabrina, The Teenage Witch 8:00--Popeye and His Pals 8:30--Scooby Doo Movie 9:30--Josie and The Pussycats In Outer Space 10:00--Flintstones Comedy Hour 11:00--Archie's TV Funnies 11:30--Fat Albert and The Cosby Kids Noon--Sun Bowl (North Carolina vs. Texas Tech) 3:00--Movie (Gun For A Coward, 1957) 5:00--Gilligan's Island 5:30--Dick Van Dyke 6:00--News 6:30--Let's Make A Deal 7:00--All In The Family 7:30--Bridget Loves Bernie 8:00--Mary Tyler Moore 8:30--Bob Newhart 9:00--Carol Burnett 10:00--News 10:30--Movie (Cape Fear, 1961) WDSU-TV 6 6:15--Paul Carruth 6:30--Across The Fence 7:00--Houndcats 7:30--Roman Holidays 8:00--Jetsons 8:30--Pink Panther 9:00--Underdog 10:00--Sealab 2020 10:30--Runaround 11:00--Around The World In 90 Days 11:30--Sugar Bowl Party Noon--This Week In Pro Football 1:00--Greater Showcase Of New Orleans 1:30--Crafts With Katy 2:00--Hee Haw 3:00--East-West Shrine Football 6:00--News 6:30--Wild Kingdom 7:00--Orange Bowl Parade 8:00--Movie (The Mouse On The Moon, 1963) 10:00--News 10:30--Saints and J.D. 10:45--Movie (Son of Frankenstein, 1939) 12:15--NFL Game Of The Week WVUE-TV 8 6:30--Davey and Goliath 6:45--Sacred Heart 7:00--H.R. Pufnstuf 7:30--Jackson Five 8:00--Osmonds 8:30--Movie--cartoon- Oliver Twist and the Artful Dodger 9:30--Brady Kids 10:00--Bewitched 10:30--Kid Power 11:00--Funky Phantom 11:30--Lidsville Noon--Monkees 12:30--Soul Train 1:30--Virginian 3:00--Gator Bowl (Colorado vs. Auburn) 5:30--Get Smart 6:00--What's My Line 6:30--Astro-Bluebonnett Bowl (Tennessee vs. LSU) 10:00--Perry Mason 11:00--News 11:30--Movie (The Four Days Of Naples, Italian 1962) WYES-TV 12 9:00--Electric Company 9:30--Mister Rogers 10:00--Sesame Street 11:00--Electric Company 11:30--Sesame Street 12:30--Electric Company 1:00--Zoom 1:30--Maggie and The Beautiful Machine 2:00--Fashion Focus 2:30--Cookin' Cajun 3:00--Harambee 4:00--Tennis 6:30--International Performance 7:30--Prep Quiz Bowl 8:00--City Desk 9:00--Sleeping Beauty Ballet 10:30--Book Beat 11:00--Playhouse New York WGNO-TV 26 Noon--Tennessee Tuxedo 12:30--Uncle Waldo 1:00--Movie (Lion of Thebes, Italian 1964) 2:30--Movie (Burn, Witch, Burn, English 1961) 5:00--Batman 5:30--Showtime 6:30--Rifleman 7:00--Alfred Hitchcock 8:00--Movie (Twenty Plus Two, 1961) 10:00--Movie (World Without End, 1956) 11:30--Movie (Cafe Metropole, 1937) Retro: Kentucky Friday, December 29, 1967 From TV Guide, Kentucky Edition: WAVE Ch. 3 Louisville (NBC) 6:45 Today On The Farm (Jack Crowner) 7 AM Today (a look back at 1967: Hugh Downs and Barbara Walters recall highlights from that year's "Today" shows; Judith Crist with the best and worst movies of the year; Joe Garagiola reviews the year in sports; Bob and Ray present their "Dubious Achievement Awards" for 1967) 9 AM Morning Show 9:55 News (Bob Kay) 10 AM Snap Judgment (Nipsey Russell, Bess Myerson) 10:25 NBC News (Sander Vanocur) 10:30 Concentration 11 AM Personality (Sam Levenson, Sheila MacRae, Betsy Palmer; on film: June Allyson) 11:30 Hollywood Squares (Morey Amsterdam, Sebastian Cabot, Jack Carter, Mike Connors, Wally Cox, Abby Dalton, Eartha Kitt, Barbara Rush, Charley Weaver) 12 N Jeopardy! 12:30 Eye Guess 12:55 NBC News (Edwin Newman) 1 PM Dr. Kildare (w/"Dialing For Dollars") 2 PM Days Of Our Lives 2:30 The Doctors 3 PM Another World 3:30 You Don't Say! (Chad Everett, Patricia Crowley) 4 PM Movie: "How To Murder A Rich Uncle" 5:30 Flintstones 6 PM News, Weather And Sports 6:30 Huntley-Brinkley Report 7 PM Monkees (delay from Mon 7:30 PM) 7:30 Tarzan 8:30 Star Trek 9:30 Accidental Family 10 PM Bell Telephone Hour (Pablo Casals celebrates his 91st birthday at Vermont's Marlboro Festival.) 11 PM News, Weather, Sports 11:30 Tonight Show (Victor Borge wraps up a week subbing for Johnny.) WLW-T Ch. 5 Cincinnati (NBC) 6:15 Moment Of Meditation 6:20 Good Morning 6:30 University Of Michigan 7 AM Today 9 AM Paul Dixon 10:30 Concentration 11 AM Personality 11:30 Hollywood Squares 12 N Bob Braun's 50-50 Club 1:30 Let's Make A Deal 2 PM Days Of Our Lives 2:30 The Doctors 3 PM Another World 3:30 You Don't Say! 4 PM Afternoon Show 5:30 News, Weather And Sports 6:30 Huntley-Brinkley Report 7 PM Death Valley Days 7:30 Tarzan 8:30 Star Trek 9:30 Accidental Family 10 PM Bell Telephone Hour 11 PM News, Weather, Sports 11:30 Tonight Show WCPO Ch. 9 Cincinnati (CBS) 5:50 Farm News 6 AM Sunrise Semester: "Psychological Novel" 6:30 Young World 7 AM Local News 7:05 CBS News (Joseph Benti) 7:30 Bozo The Clown 8 AM Captain Kangaroo 9 AM Uncle Al 10:30 Beverly Hillbillies 11 AM Andy Griffith 11:30 Dick Van Dyke 12 N Noon Report 12:30 Search For Tomorrow 12:45 Guiding Light 1 PM Round Table (I don't know what this is, but it pre-empts "Girl Talk.") 1:30 As The World Turns 2 PM Love Is A Many Splendored Thing 2:30 Art Linkletter's House Party (Ronald and Nancy Reagan are Art's guests.) 3 PM To Tell The Truth 3:25 CBS News (Mike Wallace subs for Douglas Edwards.) 3:30 Edge Of Night 4 PM Secret Storm 4:30 Mike Douglas (co-host Ed Nelson; Marty Allen and Steve Rossi, Hugh Downs, singers Margie Day and the Free Design) 6 PM News, Weather And Sports 6:30 Leave It To Beaver 7 PM McHale's Navy 7:30 Wild Wild West 8:30 Gomer Pyle, USMC 9 PM Movie: "Guns Of Darkness" 11 PM News, Weather, Sports 11:30 Movie: "Prince Valiant" (Robert Wagner, from '54) 1:15 Polka Varieties 2:15 Jewish Hour 2:45 Local News WHAS Ch. 11 Louisville (CBS) 6:40 Howdy, Neighbors (Ch. 11 was the only commercial network affiliate in this edition still carrying its local programs in black and white.) 7:05 Sunrise Semester 7:35 CBS News 8 AM Captain Kangaroo 9 AM T-Bar-V Ranch 10 AM Candid Camera (babies look at themselves in a mirror) 10:30 Beverly Hillbillies 11 AM Andy Griffith 11:30 Dick Van Dyke 12 N Love Of Life 12:25 CBS News (Joseph Benti) 12:30 Search For Tomorrow 12:45 Guiding Light 1 PM Focus 1:30 As The World Turns 2 PM Love Is A Many Splendored Thing 2:30 Art Linkletter's House Party 3 PM To Tell The Truth 3:25 CBS News 3:30 Edge Of Night 4 PM Secret Storm 4:30 Popeye's Cartoon Circus 5 PM Truth Or Consequences 5:30 News, Weather, Sports 6:30 CBS News (Walter Cronkite) 7 PM Grand Ole Opry (Waylon Jennings, Skeeter Davis, Stu Philips) 7:30 Perry Mason 8:30 Gomer Pyle, USMC 9 PM CBS Movie: "Portrait Of A Mobster" 11 PM News, Weather, Sports 11:30 Movie: "Come Fill The Cup" (an unusual role for James Cagney: a newspaperman struggling with his craving for alcohol, from '51) WKRC Ch. 12 Cincinnati (ABC) 7 AM Across The Fence 7:30 Movie: "Rebecca Of Sunnybrook Farm" (Shirley Temple-her version has her winning a radio talent show, from '38) 8:30 Jack LaLanne 9 AM Treasure Isle (delay from 12:30 PM) 9:30 The Fugitive (delay of at least a week, from 1 PM) 10:30 Donna Reed 11 AM Temptation (Art James version, not the forgettable remake of "Sale Of The Century") 11:25 Children's Doctor 11:30 How's Your Mother-In-Law? (three mothers-in-law get defended by Marty Ingles, Corbett Monica, and Joe E. Ross) 12 N Skipper Ryle 1 PM Newlywed Game (delay from 2 PM) 1:30 Woody Woodbury (Jerry Van Dyke, actress Barbara Babcock (best remembered for "Hill Street Blues"), singers Joanie O'Brien and Bill Henderson (no, not Inspector Henderson of "Superman" fame)-I was not aware that Metromedia would pass this show to Allen Ludden, Donald O'Connor, and--finally--to Merv Griffin, where it would finally click) 3 PM General Hospital 3:30 Dark Shadows 4 PM Cheyenne 5 PM Perry Mason 6 PM Merv Griffin (Forrest Tucker, Hermione Gingold, singers Karen Morrow and Josephine Premice, comedian Bobby Ramsen, UPI White House correspondent Merriman Smith; with Arthur Treacher) 7:20 News, Weather And Sports 7:30 Off To See The Wizard (conclusion of "Zebra In The Kitchen," with Jay North) 8:30 Hondo (last show; "Operation: Entertainment" debuts here next week) 9:30 Guns Of Will Sonnett 10 PM Judd For The Defense 11 PM News, Weather, Sports 11:30 Joey Bishop (rock group the Stone Poneys) 1 AM Ability Counts WFPK (WKPC) Ch. 15 Louisville (NET) I would assume that in-school programming is pre-empted today. 8 PM What's New (the Southern Ballet Company of Atlanta shows how ballet dancers are trained and perform excerpts from "A Midsummer Night's Dream") 8:30 NET Playhouse ("The Successor" dramatizes how a new pope is chosen.) sign off 9:40 PM WLEX Ch. 18 Lexington (NBC/CBS) 7 AM Today 9 AM Bluegrass Personalities 9:30 To Tell The Truth 9:55 Take Five 10 AM Snap Judgment 10:25 NBC News 10:30 Concentration 11 AM Personality 11:30 Hollywood Squares 12 N Jeopardy! 12:30 Eye Guess 12:55 NBC News 1 PM Secret Storm 1:30 As The World Turns 2 PM Days Of Our Lives 2:30 The Doctors 3 PM Another World 3:30 You Don't Say! 4 PM Match Game (Phyllis Diller, Mitch Miller) 4:25 NBC News (Floyd Kalber) 4:30 Let's Make A Deal 5 PM Rifleman 5:30 Popeye And Felix 5:45 News And Livestock Report 6 PM News, Weather And Sports 6:30 Huntley-Brinkley Report 7 PM Wilburn Brothers 7:30 Tarzan 8:30 Star Trek 9:30 Rat Patrol (ABC, delay from Mon 8:30 PM) 10 PM Ironside (NBC, delay from Thu 8:30 PM, where Ch. 18 aired "Greatest Show On Earth") 11 PM News, Weather, Sports 11:30 Tonight Show WKYT Ch. 27 Lexington (ABC/CBS) 6:30 TV Party Line 7:30 CBS News 7:55 News And Weather 8 AM Captain Kangaroo 9 AM Town Talk (guest: astrologer Tony Green) 9:30 Dark Shadows 10 AM Dating Game (ABC, delay from 4 PM) 10:30 Everybody's Talking (John Forsythe, Pat Carroll, Soupy Sales, ABC, delay from 12 Noon) 11 AM Andy Griffith 11:30 Dick Van Dyke 12 N Love Of Life 12:25 News And Weather 12:30 Search For Tomorrow 12:45 Guiding Light 1 PM Newlywed Game 1:30 Donna Reed 2 PM Love Is A Many Splendored Thing 2:30 Art Linkletter's House Party 3 PM General Hospital 3:30 Edge Of Night 4 PM Mike Douglas (same as Ch. 9) 5 PM Merry Antics 5:30 Have Gun, Will Travel 6 PM News, Weather And Sports 6:30 CBS News 7 PM Good Morning World (CBS, delay from Tue 9:30 PM; Ch. 27 aired "Guns Of Will Sonnett" on delay at that time.) 7:30 Wild Wild West 8:30 Gomer Pyle, USMC 9 PM Movie: "The Couch" (a man always phones the LAPD homicide squad before he commits a murder, from '62) 11 PM News, Weather, Sports 11:30 Movie: "Scene Of The Crime" WLKY Ch. 32 Louisville (ABC) 8 AM You Asked For It (Smilin' Jack Smith) 8:30 Romper Room 9 AM Merv Griffin (Anthony Perkins, Susan Strasberg, Gabe Dell, Shelley Berman, Helen Gurley Brown, w/Arthur Treacher) 10:30 Donna Reed 11 AM Temptation 11:25 Children's Doctor 11:30 How's Your Mother-In-Law? 12 N Everybody's Talking (last show; "Bewitched" reruns take over the timeslot Monday) 12:30 Treasure Isle 1 PM The Fugitive 2 PM Newlywed Game 2:30 Dream Girl Of '67 (Kathy Austin is crowned "Dream Girl Of '67" on this last show; "The Baby Game" debuts here Monday.) 2:55 ABC News (Marlene Sanders) 3 PM General Hospital 3:30 Mike Douglas (same as Ch. 9) 5 PM News, Weather And Sports 5:30 ABC News (Peter Jennings) 6 PM Movie: "The Sea Wolf" 7:30 Off To See The Wizard 8:30 Hondo 9:30 Guns Of Will Sonnett 10 PM Judd For The Defense 11 PM News, Weather, Sports 11:30 Joey Bishop Retro: Carolina-Tennessee Saturday, December 30, 1967 From TV Guide, Carolina-Tennessee Edition: WSJK (WETP) Ch. 2 Knoxville (Sneedville, TN) (NET) off air on Saturday WBTV Ch. 3 Charlotte (CBS) 6:45 News Of The Church 7 AM Rascal's Club (Fred Kirby) 8 AM Captain Kangaroo 9 AM Frankenstein Jr. And The Impossibles 9:30 Herculoids 10 AM Shazzan! 10:30 Space Ghost 11 AM Moby Dick And The Mighty Mightor 11:30 Superman/Aquaman Hour Of Adventure 12:30 Jonny Quest 1 PM Lone Ranger (animated) 1:30 Blue-Gray Game (college all-star football game from Montgomery, AL, Blue won 22-16) 4:30 Country Style Roundup (local, time approximate) 5:15 Wrestling (from Charlotte: Gene and Lars Anderson vs. the Amazing Zuma and Roger Kirby; P.Y. Chung vs. Alex Medina; Les Thatcher vs. Pancho Valdez) 6 PM Early Report 6:30 Death Valley Days (an unusual appearance by Rudy Vallee) 7 PM Super Bingo 7:30 Jackie Gleason (guests: Milton Berle, Louis Armstrong, Kate Smith, Frank Fontaine, trumpeter Bert Kaempfert and his orchestra) 8:30 My Three Sons 9 PM Hogan's Heroes 9:30 Petticoat Junction 10 PM Mannix 11 PM News, Weather, Sports 11:20 Movies: "The Revolt Of Mamie Stover" and "Ten Wanted Men" WFBC (WYFF) Ch. 4 Greenville, SC (NBC) 6:30 Farm News (Ben Leonard) 7:30 Monty's Rascals 9 AM Super 6 9:30 Super President 10 AM Flintstones 10:30 Samson & Goliath 11 AM Birdman And The Galaxy Trio 11:30 Atom Ant/Secret Squirrel 12 N Top Cat 12:30 Cool McCool 1 PM GE College Bowl (Barnard College vs. the University of Washington, delay of at least a week from Sat 5:30 PM) 1:30 Sun Bowl: Mississippi vs. Texas-El Paso (UTEP won 14-7) 4:30 Wilburn Brothers (time approximate) 5 PM Wrestling (from Raleigh) 6 PM Porter Wagoner 6:30 Flatt And Scruggs 7 PM Super Bingo 7:30 King Orange Jamboree Parade (live from Miami, the theme is "The World Of Walt Disney," hosts are Raymond Burr and Anita Bryant) 8:30 Get Smart 9 PM NBC Movie: "Something Wild" 11:15 News, Weather, Sports 11:30 Movie: "Double Exposure" (feature-length version of the '50s series "Man Of The World" with Craig Stevens-pre "Peter Gunn") WCYB Ch. 5 Bristol, VA (NBC/ABC) 6 AM Tele-College 7 AM Rural Tenneva 7:25 News (Merrill Moore) 7:30 Comedy Time 8:30 Popeye 9 AM Super 6 9:30 Super President 10 AM Flintstones 10:30 Samson & Goliath 11 AM Birdman And The Galaxy Trio 11:30 Atom Ant/Secret Squirrel 12 N Top Cat 12:30 Cool McCool 1 PM Trails West 1:30 American Bandstand (ABC, guests: Bruce Channel and, on film, the Beatles doing "Hello, Goodby"-week-behind from 12:30 PM) 2:30 The Happening 3:30 Village Square 4 PM Skelton Brothers (local country-music show) 4:30 East-West Shrine Game (college football all-star game from San Francisco, East won 16-14) 7:30 King Orange Jamboree Parade (time approximate) 8:30 Get Smart 9 PM NBC Movie: "Something Wild" 11:15 News, Weather, Sports 11:45 Saturday Tonight Show (Larry Blyden, Connie Stevens, song-and-dance man John Bubbles, singer June Valli) WATE Ch. 6 Knoxville (NBC) 7 AM RFD 6 (Tom Reed) 7:30 Movie: "The Oklahoman" 9 AM Super 6 9:30 Super President 10 AM Flintstones 10:30 Samson & Goliath 11 AM Birdman And The Galaxy Trio 11:30 Atom Ant/Secret Squirrel 12 N Top Cat 12:30 Cool McCool 1 PM Harry Whittington (local music show--he did an early morning show, 6-7 AM) 1:15 Great Music (what we now call an infomercial) 1:30 Sun Bowl: Mississippi vs. Texas-El Paso 4:30 East-West Shrine Game (time approximate) 7:30 King Orange Jamboree Parade (time approximate) 8:30 Get Smart 9 PM NBC Movie: "Something Wild" 11:15 Movie: "Between Two Worlds" WSPA Ch. 7 Spartanburg, SC (CBS) 6:30 Sunrise Semester: "Russian Literature" 7 AM Roy Rogers 8 AM Captain Kangaroo 9 AM Frankenstein Jr. And The Impossibles 9:30 Herculoids 10 AM Shazzan! 10:30 Space Ghost 11 AM Moby Dick And The Mighty Mightor 11:30 Superman/Aquaman Hour Of Adventure 12:30 Farmer Gray (Cliff Gray, farm news) 1 PM Billy Dilworth (local country-music show) 1:30 Blue-Gray Game 4:30 Lost In Space (delay from Wed 7:30 PM, time approximate) 5:30 Greyhound Derby 6 PM News, Weather, Sports 6:30 Rawhide 7:30 Jackie Gleason 8:30 My Three Sons 9 PM Hogan's Heroes 9:30 Petticoat Junction 10 PM Mannix 11 PM News, Weather, Sports 11:15 Movie: "Ziegfeld Follies" (watch for Fred Astaire, Fanny Brice, Lucille Ball, and Judy Garland in this 1945 musical) WSOC Ch. 9 Charlotte (NBC) 7 AM Seven Bells 7:30 Zane Grey Theater 8 AM Cisco Kid 8:30 Astroboy 9 AM Super 6 9:30 Super President 10 AM Flintstones 10:30 Samson & Goliath 11 AM Birdman And The Galaxy Trio 11:30 Atom Ant/Secret Squirrel 12 N Top Cat 12:30 Cool McCool 1 PM Kilgo's Kanteen (Jimmy Kilgo's long-running dance party) 1:30 Sun Bowl: Mississippi vs. Texas-El Paso 4:30 East-West Shrine Game (time approximate) 7:30 King Orange Jamboree Parade (time approximate) 8:30 Get Smart 9 PM NBC Movie: "Something Wild" 11:15 News, Weather, Sports 11:45 Movie: "Duel In The Sun" WBIR Ch. 10 Knoxville (CBS) 7 AM Sergeant Preston Of The Yukon 7:30 Movie: "Ma And Pa Kettle" 9 AM Frankenstein Jr. And The Impossibles 9:30 Herculoids 10 AM Shazzan! 10:30 Space Ghost 11 AM Moby Dick And The Mighty Mightor 11:30 Superman/Aquaman Hour Of Adventure 12:30 Jonny Quest 1 PM Lone Ranger (animated) 1:30 Blue-Gray Game 4:30 Favorite Story (time approximate) 5 PM Bonnie Lou And Buster (regionally-syndicated country-music show) 5:30 Rifleman 6 PM Bat Masterson 6:30 Film Feature: "The Antkeeper," an allegorical tale of a father trying to teach his son about life 7 PM Cas Walker (the Knoxville grocer with another of his local variety shows) 7:30 Jackie Gleason 8:30 My Three Sons 9 PM Hogan's Heroes 9:30 Petticoat Junction 10 PM Mannix 11 PM Movie: "Operation Pacific" WJHL Ch. 11 Johnson City, TN (CBS/ABC) 6:55 News, Weather 7 AM Laramie 8 AM Captain Kangaroo 9 AM Frankenstein Jr. And The Impossibles 9:30 Herculoids 10 AM Shazzan! 10:30 Space Ghost 11 AM Moby Dick And The Mighty Mightor 11:30 Superman/Aquaman Hour Of Adventure 12:30 Jonny Quest 1 PM Lone Ranger (animated) 1:30 No Time For Sergeants (Sammy Jackson tries to fill Andy Griffith's boots--no luck) 2 PM Golf Review: Chris Schenkel reviews the year's major USGA events (ABC) 2:15 Gator Bowl: Penn State-Florida State (ABC, teams played to a 17-17 tie) 5 PM Laramie (time approximate) 6 PM Lawrence Welk (ABC, his Christmas show, week-behind, delay from 8:30 PM) 7 PM Flying Nun (ABC, delay from Thu 8 PM) 7:30 Jackie Gleason 8:30 My Three Sons 9 PM Hogan's Heroes 9:30 Petticoat Junction 10 PM Mannix 11 PM News, Weather, Sports 11:15 Movie: "Seven Ways From Sundown" WLOS Ch. 13 Asheville, NC (ABC) 7 AM New Casper Cartoon Show (delay from 9 AM) 7:30 Superman 8 AM Mr. Bill And Bozo (by summer 1968 Ch. 13 will have dropped the Bozo franchise and begun having station weathercaster Bob Caldwell as Bumbo the clown) 9:30 Fantastic Four 10 AM Spider-Man 10:30 Journey To The Center Of The Earth 11 AM King Kong 11:30 George Of The Jungle 12 N Beatles 12:30 Movie: "Abbott And Costello Meet Frankenstein" 1:55 Outdoor World 2 PM Golf Review 2:15 Gator Bowl: Penn State-Florida State 5 PM Wide World Of Sports (International Ski Jumping Championship, Demolition Derby (where else but from Islip, NY?), NBA review of last season and preview of this one, time approximate) 6:30 Music City USA (host Jerry Naylor; guests Diana Trask and Bobby Vee) 7:30 Dating Game 8 PM Newlywed Game 8:30 Lawrence Welk (Tanya Falan, soon to become a regular and eventually Mr. Music Maker's daughter-in-law; and 13-year-old trumpeter David Joy help ring in the New Year.) 9:30 Iron Horse (guest star: Ed Asner) 10:30 Joe Pyne (Bobby Kennedy's Presidential aspirations is the topic.) 12:30 ABC News (Keith McBee) 12:45 Movie: "Hot Blood" WCCB Ch. 18 Charlotte (ABC) 8:30 Pancho's Corral 9 AM New Casper Cartoon Show 9:30 Fantastic Four 10 AM Spider-Man 10:30 Journey To The Center Of The Earth 11 AM King Kong 11:30 George Of The Jungle 12 N Beatles 12:30 American Bandstand (the Rose Garden; on film: The Who, doing "I Can See For Miles") 1:30 Army Film 2 PM Golf Review 2:15 Gator Bowl: Penn State-Florida State 5 PM Wide World Of Sports (time approximate) 6:30 TBA 7 PM Peter Gunn 7:30 Dating Game 8 PM Newlywed Game 8:30 Lawrence Welk 9:30 Iron Horse 10:30 ABC Scope (four ABC correspondents discuss foreign opinions of U.S. policy in Vietnam: Lou Cioffi (Tokyo), Louis Rukeyser (London), Bill Brannigan (Saigon), George Watson (Moscow); John Scali moderates) 11 PM ABC News 11:15 Movie: "The Knight Of 100 Faces" WTVK Ch. 26 (WVLT Ch. 8) Knoxville (ABC) 8:30 Agricultural Science In Action 9 AM New Casper Cartoon Show 9:30 Fantastic Four 10 AM Spider-Man 10:30 Journey To The Center Of The Earth 11 AM King Kong 11:30 George Of The Jungle 12 N Beatles 12:30 American Bandstand 1:30 Gator Bowl Warm-Up (don't know if this ABC, Ch. 26 is the only affiliate carrying it and I don't see it in the Central Florida Edition I have for this same date) 2 PM Golf Review 2:15 Gator Bowl: Penn State-Florida State 5 PM Wide World Of Sports (time approximate) 6:30 Westerners 7 PM Dobie Gillis 7:30 Dating Game 8 PM Newlywed Game 8:30 Lawrence Welk 9:30 Iron Horse 10:30 An Evening With Chita Rivera 11 PM ABC News 11:15 Movie: "3:10 To Yuma" WNTV Ch. 29 Greenville, SC (NET) 4:15 Smart Sewing 4:45 Everybody's Business 5:15 Agricultural Panorama 5:30 Folk Guitar 6 PM Sportsmanlike Driving 6:30 Let's Take Pictures (I don't think this is to be confused with George Fenneman's "Talk About Pictures" on KNBC.) 7 PM Marcel Marceau On Mime (the master mime in an interview filmed at the 1960 Cambridge Drama Festival) 7:30 Antiques 8 PM Koltanowski On Chess (topic: stalemating) 8:30 Casals Master Class (students Einar Holm and Marian Robertson play the prelude and allemande from Bach's Suite No. 1 and the courante from his Suite No. 3--and if anybody knows what I'm talking about beyond the word "prelude" please explain these terms) 9 PM New Orleans Jazz (early greats King Oliver and Jelly Roll Morton, and Oliver's first meeting with Louis Armstrong) sign off 9:30 PM WAIM (WMYA) Ch. 40 Anderson, SC (ABC/CBS) 8 AM Captain Kangaroo 9 AM Frankenstein Jr. And The Impossibles 9:30 Fantastic Four 10 AM Spider-Man 10:30 Journey To The Center Of The Earth 11 AM King Kong 11:30 George Of The Jungle 12 N Beatles 12:30 Jonny Quest 1 PM Lone Ranger (animated) 1:30 Sports Film 2 PM Golf Review 2:15 Gator Bowl: Penn State-Florida State 5 PM Wide World Of Sports (time approximate) 6:30 Hondo (ABC, delay from Fri 8:30 PM) 7:30 Dating Game 8 PM Newlywed Game 8:30 Lawrence Welk 9:30 Petticoat Junction 10 PM Mannix sign off 11 PM Retro: North Carolina Friday, March 16, 1979 From TV Guide, North Carolina Edition: WFMY Ch. 2 Greensboro (CBS) 6 AM Good Morning Show 8 AM Morning With Bob Schieffer 9 AM Captain Kangaroo 10 AM All In The Family 10:30 Dinah! (pre-empts The Price Is Right, oddly enough) 11:30 Love Of Life 11:55 News 12 N Young And The Restless 12:30 Search For Tomorrow 1 PM Mary Tyler Moore 1:30 As The World Turns 2:30 Guiding Light 3:30 M*A*S*H 4 PM Match Game '79 4:30 I Love Lucy 5 PM Andy Griffith 5:30 Beverly Hillbillies 6 PM News 6:30 CBS News (Walter Cronkite) 7 PM PM Magazine 7:30 Wild Wild World Of Animals 8 PM Incredible Hulk 9 PM Dukes Of Hazzard 10 PM Dallas 11 PM News 11:30 Wings Over The World (Paul McCartney and Wings in concert in Scotland, Australia, and the U.S.) 1:30 CBS Movie: "The Human Factor" E (WUND/2 Columbia, NC; WUNC/4 Chapel Hill; WUNK/25 Greenville, NC; WUNL/26 Winston-Salem; WUNJ/39 Wilmington; WUNG/58 Concord) 9 AM Sesame Street 10 AM In-school programming 12:30 Electric Company 1 PM In-school programming 3 PM Consumer Survival Kit 3:30 Over Easy 4 PM Sesame Street 5 PM Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 5:30 Electric Company 6 PM Zoom 7 PM General Assembly Today 7:30 MacNeil/Lehrer Report 8 PM Washington Week In Review 8:30 Wall Street Week 9 PM North Carolina People 9:30 Membership Pledge Drive 9:35 Movie: "America At The Movies" 11:35 Membership Pledge Drive 12:05 Austin City Limits WBTV Ch. 3 Charlotte (CBS) 6:10 Story Of Jesus 6:15 This Morning 7 AM Morning With Bob Schieffer 8 AM Captain Kangaroo 9 AM Donahue 10 AM All In The Family 10:30 Price Is Right 11:30 Love Of Life 11:55 CBS News (Douglas Edwards) 12 N Top O' The Day 1 PM Search For Tomorrow 1:30 As The World Turns 2:30 Guiding Light 3:30 Gilligan's Island 4 PM Emergency One! 5 PM Gunsmoke 6 PM News 7 PM CBS News 7:30 Muppet Show 8 PM Incredible Hulk 9 PM Dukes Of Hazzard 10 PM Dallas 11 PM News 11:30 Those Were The Years 11:40 Timmy And Lassie 12:10 Sgt. Preston Of The Yukon 12:40 Cisco Kid 1:10 Movie: "Viva Maria" WWAY Ch. 3 Wilmington (ABC) 6 AM PTL Club 7 AM Good Morning America 9 AM PTL Club continues 10 AM Medical Center 11 AM Happy Days 11:30 Family Feud 12 N News 12:15 Mid Day 12:30 Ryan's Hope 1 PM All My Children 2 PM One Life To Live 3 PM General Hospital 4 PM Edge Of Night 4:30 Flintstones 5 PM Gunsmoke 6 PM News 6:30 ABC News (Reynolds/Jennings/ Robinson) 7 PM Adam-12 7:30 Sanford And Son 8 PM Makin' It 8:30 What's Happening!! 9 PM ABC Movie: "The Cracker Factory" 11 PM News 11:30 Baretta 12:40 Movie: "Torture Garden" WRAL Ch. 5 Raleigh (ABC) 6:30 Country Morning: Farm News 7 AM Good Morning America 9 AM Mike Douglas 10 AM Time For Uncle Paul (the Triangle's greatest kids' show) 10:30 Edge Of Night 11 AM Happy Days 11:30 Family Feud 12 N News 12:30 Ryan's Hope 1 PM All My Children 2 PM One Life To Live 3 PM General Hospital 4 PM Gilligan's Island 4:30 Brady Bunch 5 PM I Love Lucy 5:30 Andy Griffith 6 PM News 6:30 ABC News 7 PM Real McCoys 7:30 Gomer Pyle, USMC 8 PM Makin' It 8:30 What's Happening!! 9 PM ABC Movie: "The Cracker Factory" 11 PM News 11:30 Movie: "The Invisible Ray" WTTG Ch. 5 Washington, DC (Ind.) 6 AM Education 6:30 New Zoo Revue 7 AM Tom And Jerry 7:30 Porky Pig 8 AM Flintstones 8:30 The Archies 9 AM Dennis The Menace 9:30 Leave It To Beaver 10 AM Dick Van Dyke 10:30 Father Knows Best 11 AM Medical Center 12 N News 12:30 Panorama 2 PM Family Affair 2:30 I Love Lucy 3 PM Partridge Family 3:30 Gong Show 4 PM Fred Flintstone & Friends 4:30 Tom And Jerry 5 PM Flintstones 5:30 Brady Bunch 6 PM Andy Griffith 6:30 Six Million Dollar Man 7:30 New Dating Game 8 PM The Fabulous Sixties 9 PM Merv Griffin 10 PM News 11 PM Odd Couple 11:30 Perry Mason 12:30 Movie: "Hemingway's Adventures Of A Young Man" 3:30 Movie: "Babes On Broadway" WECT Ch. 6 Wilmington (NBC) 6 AM Carolina In The Morning 7 AM Today 9 AM Donahue 10 AM Card Sharks 10:30 All Star Secrets 11 AM High Rollers 11:30 Wheel Of Fortune 12 N Carolina At Noon 12:30 Hollywood Squares 1 PM Days Of Our Lives 2 PM The Doctors 2:30 Another World 4 PM Bugs And Company 5 PM Bewitched 5:30 Beverly Hillbillies 6 PM News 6:30 NBC News (John Chancellor/ David Brinkley) 7 PM Andy Griffith 7:30 Dating Game 8 PM Diff'rent Strokes 8:30 Hello, Larry 9 PM Brothers & Sisters 9:30 Turnabout 10 PM Sweepstake$ 11 PM News 11:30 Tonight Show 1 AM Midnight Special 2:30 News WITN Ch. 7 Washington, NC (NBC) 5:30 Arthur Smith 6 AM Almanac 7 AM Today 9 AM Dinah! 10 AM Card Sharks 10:30 All Star Secrets 11 AM High Rollers 11:30 Wheel Of Fortune 12 N News 12:30 Hollywood Squares 1 PM Days Of Our Lives 2 PM The Doctors 2:30 Another World 4 PM Doris Day 4:30 Superman 5 PM Battle Of The Planets 5:30 McHale's Navy 6 PM News 6:30 NBC News 7 PM Hogan's Heroes 7:30 Marty Robbins' Spotlight 8 PM Diff'rent Strokes 8:30 Hello, Larry 9 PM Brothers & Sisters 9:30 Turnabout 10 PM Sweepstake$ 11 PM News 11:30 Tonight Show 1 AM Midnight Special 2:30 News WGHP Ch. 8 High Point (ABC) 6 AM Good Morning Piedmont 7 AM Good Morning America 9 AM Movie: "The French Line" 11 AM Happy Days 11:30 Family Feud 12 N $20,000 Pyramid 12:30 Ryan's Hope 1 PM All My Children 2 PM One Life To Live 3 PM General Hospital 4 PM Bugs Bunny/Porky Pig 4:30 Bionic Woman 5:30 Sanford And Son 6 PM News 6:30 ABC News 7 PM Joker's Wild 7:30 Tic Tac Dough 8 PM Makin' It 8:30 What's Happening!! 9 PM Come Hear The Music Play (a salute to Lerner and Loewe, with Robert Goulet, Joel Grey, and Julie Andrews) 10 PM Believer's Voice Of Victory (Kenneth Copeland delivers the sermon, Pat Boone is host) 11 PM News 11:30 Dance Fever 12 M Celebrity Concerts (Brenda Lee from Edmonton, Alberta) 1:30 News WNCT Ch. 9 Greenville, NC (CBS) 6 AM Carolina Today 8 AM Morning With Bob Schieffer 9 AM Captain Kangaroo 10 AM All In The Family 10:30 Price Is Right 11:30 Love Of Life 11:55 Paul Harvey Comments (R.I.P.) 12 N News 12:30 Search For Tomorrow 1 PM Young And The Restless 1:30 As The World Turns 2:30 Guiding Light 3:30 M*A*S*H 4 PM Merv Griffin 5:30 Dating Game 6 PM News 6:30 CBS News 7 PM Newlywed Game 7:30 Joker's Wild 8 PM Incredible Hulk 9 PM Dukes Of Hazzard 10 PM Dallas 11 PM News 11:30 Wings Over The World 1:30 CBS Movie: "The Human Factor" WSOC Ch. 9 Charlotte (ABC) 6:20 Rise And Shine 6:30 Arthur Smith 7 AM Good Morning America 9 AM Good Morning Carolina 9:30 $20,000 Pyramid 10 AM Merv Griffin 11 AM Happy Days 11:30 Family Feud 12 N News 12:30 Ryan's Hope 1 PM All My Children 2 PM One Life To Live 3 PM General Hospital 4 PM Edge Of Night 4:30 Bewitched 5 PM Bionic Woman 6 PM News 6:30 ABC News 7 PM Hee Haw 8 PM Makin' It 8:30 What's Happening!! 9 PM ABC Movie: "The Cracker Factory" 11 PM News 11:30 Baretta 12:40 Movie: "The Underwater City" 2:40 News WIS Ch. 10 Columbia, SC (NBC) 6:20 Early Riser 6:30 Knozit-Land 7 AM Today 9 AM Carolina Today 9:25 News 9:30 Knozit-Land 10 AM Card Sharks 10:30 All Star Secrets 11 AM High Rollers 11:30 Wheel Of Fortune 12 N Password Plus 12:30 News 1 PM Days Of Our Lives 2 PM The Doctors 2:30 Another World 4 PM Brady Bunch 4:30 Tom And Jerry 5 PM Six Million Dollar Man 6 PM Joker's Wild 6:30 NBC News 7 PM News 7:30 $100,000 Name That Tune 8 PM Diff'rent Strokes 8:30 Hello, Larry 9 PM Brothers & Sisters 9:30 Turnabout 10 PM Come Hear The Music Play 11 PM News 11:30 Tonight Show 1 AM Midnight Special WTVD Ch. 11 Durham (CBS) 6:30 Sunrise Semester: "Content Area Teaching" 7 AM Morning With Bob Schieffer 8 AM Captain Kangaroo 9 AM Donahue 10 AM All In The Family 10:30 Price Is Right 11:30 Love Of Life 11:55 News 12 N Young And The Restless 12:30 Search For Tomorrow 1 PM At Home With Peggy Mann 1:30 As The World Turns 2:30 Guiding Light 3:30 M*A*S*H 4 PM Match Game '79 4:30 Merv Griffin 6 PM News 6:30 CBS News 7 PM Joker's Wild 7:30 Tic Tac Dough 8 PM Incredible Hulk 9 PM Dukes Of Hazzard 10 PM Dallas 11 PM News 11:30 Mary Tyler Moore 12 M Movie: "Brink's: The Great Robbery" WCTI Ch. 12 New Bern (ABC) 5:55 Tabernacle Tidings 6 AM PTL Club 7 AM Good Morning America 9 AM Donahue 10 AM Mike Douglas 11 AM Happy Days 11:30 Family Feud 12 N $20,000 Pyramid 12:30 Ryan's Hope 1 PM All My Children 2 PM One Life To Live 3 PM General Hospital 4 PM Tom And Jerry 4:30 Six Million Dollar Man 5:30 My Three Sons 6 PM News 6:30 ABC News 7 PM Sanford And Son 7:30 Muppet Show 8 PM Makin' It 8:30 Come Hear The Music Play (for some reason, Ch. 12 carries only 30 minutes) 9 PM ABC Movie: "The Cracker Factory" 11 PM News 11:30 Movie: "Horror On Snape Island" 1:15 Movie: "The Mystery Of Marie Roget" WXII Ch. 12 Winston-Salem (NBC) 5:45 PTL Club 6:45 News 7 AM Today 9 AM Donahue 10 AM Today At Home 11 AM High Rollers 11:30 Wheel Of Fortune 12 N News 12:30 Hollywood Squares 1 PM Days Of Our Lives 2 PM The Doctors 2:30 Another World 4 PM Tom And Jerry/Spiderman 5 PM Bewitched 5:30 My Three Sons 6 PM News 6:30 NBC News 7 PM Newlywed Game 7:30 Dating Game 8 PM Diff'rent Strokes 8:30 Hello, Larry 9 PM Movie: "Bang The Drum Slowly" 11 PM News 11:30 Tonight Show 1 AM Midnight Special 2:30 Movie: "Gunfighters" 4:30 Ironside WBTW Ch. 13 Florence, SC (CBS/ABC) 6 AM Good Morning Jesus 7 AM Morning With Bob Schieffer 8 AM Captain Kangaroo 9 AM Happy Days 9:30 M*A*S*H 10 AM All In The Family 10:30 Price Is Right 11:30 Love Of Life 11:55 CBS News 12 N Young And The Restless 12:30 Search For Tomorrow 1 PM Edge Of Night 1:30 As The World Turns 2:30 Guiding Light 3:30 Ryan's Hope 4 PM All My Children 5 PM The Lucy Show 5:30 Sanford And Son 6 PM News 6:30 ABC News 7 PM CBS News 7:30 Hee Haw Honeys 8 PM Incredible Hulk 9 PM Dukes Of Hazzard 10 PM Dallas 11 PM News 11:30 Wings Over The World 1:30 CBS Movie: "The Human Factor" WTCG (WPCH) Ch. 17 Atlanta (Ind.) 5:15 World At Large 6:10 News 6:30 Romper Room 7 AM Three Stooges/Little Rascals 8 AM Leave It To Beaver 8:30 Hazel 9 AM The Lucy Show 9:30 Green Acres 10 AM Movie: "Wall Of Noise" 12:30 Movie: "Five Weeks In A Balloon" 2:25 News 2:30 I Love Lucy 3 PM Speed Racer 3:30 Flintstones 4 PM Space Giants 4:30 Gilligan's Island 5 PM I Dream Of Jeannie 5:30 Beverly Hillbillies 6 PM Andy Griffith 6:30 My Three Sons 7 PM Carol Burnett And Friends 7:30 Sanford And Son 8 PM Night Gallery 8:30 Night Gallery 9 PM Movie: "The Scars Of Dracula" 11 PM NBA Basketball: Atlanta Hawks at Los Angeles Lakers 1:15 Movie: "Apache Territory" (time approximate) 3 AM News 3:20 Movie: "The Amazing Dr. Clitterhouse" 5:10 Dragnet WCCB Ch. 18 Charlotte (Ind.) 6 AM News 6:35 Forum 6:50 Let's Think It Over 7 AM 700 Club 8:30 The Lesson 9 AM Mike Douglas 10 AM Joker's Wild 10:30 Forum 10:45 News 11 AM PTL Club 1 PM Wild Wild West 2 PM Cartoon Carnival 2:30 Krofft Superstars 3 PM Marvel Superheroes 4 PM Groovie Goolies 4:30 Flintstones 5 PM Little Rascals 5:30 Partridge Family 6 PM I Love Lucy 6:30 Dick Van Dyke 7 PM Dating Game 7:30 Real McCoys 8 PM Movie: "The Great Lover" 9:30 Dobie Gillis 10 PM Bonanza 11 PM Gong Show 11:30 PTL Club 1:30 Movie: "Sis Hopkins" 3:15 Movie: "The Atomic Kid" 4:45 Movie: "Spoilers Of The Forest" WDCA Ch. 20 Washington, DC (Ind.) 5:45 PTL Club 6:45 Mighty Mouse 7 AM Cartoon Carnival 8:30 Kimba, The White Lion 9 AM Channel 20 Club 9:30 Romper Room 10 AM 700 Club 11:30 The Bible With Pat Robertson 12 N Movie: "I Cover The Waterfront" 2 PM Vegetable Soup 2:30 Lancelot Link 3 PM Woody & Popeye 3:30 Super Adventures 4 PM Fantastic Four 4:30 Superman & Friends (animated) 5 PM Bugs Bunny 5:30 Gilligan's Island 6 PM Bionic Woman (this is one of only two markets I know of where The Six Million Dollar Man and The Bionic Woman aired on different stations--in Atlanta, Lee Majors was on WXIA, Lindsay Wagner on WSB, and she won the ratings race hands down) 7 PM Sanford And Son 7:30 Carol Burnett And Friends 8 PM Star Trek 9 PM Movie: "I'd Climb The Highest Mountain" 11 PM Twilight Zone 11:30 Twilight Zone 12 M PTL Club 1 AM Movie: "Dr. Goldfoot And The Girl Bombs" WPTF (WRDC) Ch. 28 Durham (NBC) 5:45 PTL Club 6:45 Today On The Farm 6:55 News 7 AM Today 9 AM Movie: "Symphony Of Six Million" 10:30 All Star Secrets 11 AM High Rollers 11:30 Wheel Of Fortune 12 N Password Plus 12:30 Hollywood Squares 1 PM Days Of Our Lives 2 PM The Doctors 2:30 Mothers-In-Law 3 PM Super Adventures 4 PM Movie: "Odds Against Tomorrow" 6 PM Star Trek 7 PM NBC News 7:30 News (the current NBC affiliate in the Triangle, WNCN/17, has local news from 7 to Cool 8 PM Diff'rent Strokes 8:30 Hello, Larry 9 PM Brothers & Sisters 9:30 Turnabout 10 PM Sweepstake$ 11 PM Fernwood 2 Night (these things were about two years old) 11:30 Tonight Show 1 AM Midnight Special WRET (WCNC) Ch. 36 Charlotte (NBC) 6 AM New Zoo Revue 6:30 Ed Allen (exercises) 7 AM Today 9 AM Another World 10:30 All Star Secrets 11 AM High Rollers 11:30 Wheel Of Fortune 12 N Marcus Welby, M.D. 1 PM Days Of Our Lives 2 PM The Doctors 2:30 Hollywood Squares 3 PM Popeye And Pals 3:30 Space Giants 4 PM Flintstones (since Ted Turner owned Ch. 36 at the time, I suspect this is the original, and the show airing on Ch. 18 is "Fred Flintstone And Friends") 4:30 Leave It To Beaver 5 PM Beverly Hillbillies 5:30 Andy Griffith 6 PM Sanford And Son 6:30 NBC News 7 PM News 7:30 $1.98 Beauty Show 8 PM Diff'rent Strokes 8:30 Hello, Larry 9 PM Brothers & Sisters 9:30 Turnabout 10 PM Sweepstake$ 11 PM News 11:30 Tonight Show 1 AM Midnight Special 2:30 News 2:45 Movie: "The Curse Of The Werewolf" 4:15 Movie: "Isadora" WTVI Ch. 42 Charlotte (PBS) In-school programming until 4 PM Sesame Street 5 PM Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 5:30 Electric Company 6 PM TBA 6:30 Over Easy 7 PM Final Edition 7:30 MacNeil/Lehrer Report 8 PM Washington Week In Review 8:30 Wall Street Week 9 PM Movie: "America At The Movies" 11 PM Dick Cavett sign off 11:30 PM RETRO: WASHINGTON, DC - 11/29/1995 Wednesday, November 29, 1995 WRC-TV NBC4 05:00AM News 05:30AM News 07:00AM Today 09:00AM Maury 10:00AM Leeza 11:00AM Leeza 12:00PM News 01:00PM Days of Our Lives 02:00PM Another World 03:00PM Montel Williams 04:00PM News 05:00PM News 06:00PM News 07:00PM NBC News 07:30PM Inside Edition 08:00PM National Geographic 09:00PM Dateline NBC 10:00PM Law & Order 11:00PM News 11:30PM The Tonight Show with Jay Leno 12:30AM Late Night with Conan O'Brien 01:30AM Later with Greg Kinnear 02:00AM NBC News Nightside 04:00AM Montel Williams WTTG-TV FOX5 05:00AM Gordon Elliott 06:00AM News 06:30AM News 07:00AM Morning News 09:00AM Gabrielle 10:00AM Gordon Elliott 11:00AM Jenny Jones 12:00PM News 12:30PM Mark Walberg 01:30PM Golden Girls 02:00PM Fox Cubhouse 02:30PM Bobby's World 03:00PM Taz-Mania 03:30PM X-Men 04:00PM Adventures of Batman & Robin 04:30PM Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers 05:00PM Full House 05:30PM Fresh Prince of Bel-Air 06:00PM Roseanne 06:30PM Fresh Prince of Bel-Air 07:00PM The Simpsons 07:30PM Seinfeld 08:00PM Beverly Hills, 90210 09:00PM Fantasy: Mariah Carey at Madison Square Garden 10:00PM News 11:00PM Married...with Children 11:30PM A Current Affair 12:00AM Cops 12:30AM M*A*S*H 01:00AM Jenny Jones 02:00AM Thomas (incomplete title) 02:30AM Nature (incomplete title) 03:00AM Perry Mason 04:00AM Beverly Hillbillies 04:30AM A Current Affair WJLA-TV ABC7 05:00AM News 05:30AM News 06:00AM News 07:00AM Good Morning America 09:00AM Regis & Kathie Lee 10:00AM George & Alana 11:00AM Ricki Lake 12:00PM American Journal 12:30PM The City 01:00PM All My Children 02:00PM One Life to Live 03:00PM General Hospital 04:00PM Oprah Winfrey 05:00PM News 06:00PM News 06:30PM ABC News 07:00PM Wheel of Fortune 07:30PM Jeopardy! 08:00PM Ellen 08:30PM Drew Carey 09:00PM Grace Under Fire 09:30PM The Naked Truth 10:00PM PrimeTime Live 11:00PM News 11:30PM Nightline 12:00AM EXTRA 12:30AM America's Most Wanted: Final Justice 01:00AM Tempestt 02:00AM Mike & Maty 03:00AM ABC World News Now WUSA-TV CBS9 05:30AM News 06:00AM News 07:00AM This Morning 09:00AM Donahue 10:00AM Sally 11:00AM The Price is Right 12:00PM News 12:30PM Young & the Restless 01:30PM Bold & the Beautiful 02:00PM As the World Turns 03:00PM Guiding Light 04:00PM News 05:00PM News 06:00PM News 07:00PM CBS News 07:30PM Entertainment Tonight 08:00PM Dave's World 08:30PM MOVIE: Presumed Innocent 11:00PM News 11:30PM Late Show with David Letterman 12:30AM Entertainment Tonight 01:00AM Real Stories of the Highway Patrol 01:30AM News 02:00AM Late Late Show with Tom Snyder 03:00AM People's Court 03:30AM Up to the Minute 04:30AM Sally WDCA-TV UPN20 05:00AM Coach 05:30AM Business (is it This Morning's Business or It's Your Business?) 06:00AM Kenneth Copeland 06:30AM Blinky Bill 07:00AM Mighty Max 07:30AM VR Troopers 08:00AM Mutant League 08:30AM Littlest Pet Shop 09:00AM 700 Club 10:00AM Dinosaurs 10:30AM Amen 11:00AM Northern Exposure 12:00PM Danny! 01:00PM Richard Bey 02:00PM Blossom 02:30PM Highlander: The Animated Series 03:00PM Goof Troop 03:30PM Bonkers 04:00PM Aladdin 04:30PM Gargoyles 05:00PM The Cosby Show 05:30PM Step by Step 06:00PM Family Matters 06:30PM A Different World 07:00PM Home Improvement 07:30PM Home Improvement 08:00PM Babylon 5 09:00PM Star Trek: Deep Space Nine 10:00PM News 10:30PM Hard Copy 11:00PM In the Heat of the Night 12:00AM Stephanie Miller 01:00AM LAPD: Life on the Beat 01:30AM Rush Limbaugh 02:00AM Jerry Springer 03:00AM MOVIE: Deadly Passion WBDC-TV WB50 05:00AM Newhart 05:30AM First Business 06:00AM Bananas in Pajamas 06:30AM The Flintstones 07:00AM That's Warner Bros! 07:30AM Animaniacs 08:00AM Sailor Moon 08:30AM Gadget Boy & Heather 09:00AM James Robison 09:30AM Experience the Power 10:00AM Benny Hinn 10:30AM Self Enhancement 11:00AM Self Enhancement 11:30AM Self Enhancement 12:00PM Rescue 911 12:30PM Doogie Howser, M.D. 01:00PM Knight Rider 02:00PM A-Team 03:00PM California Dreams 03:30PM California Dreams 04:00PM Charles Perez 05:00PM Geraldo 06:00PM Baywatch 07:00PM Road to US Olympic Gold 07:30PM College Basketball: Georgetown Hoyas vs. Southern Jaguars 09:30PM Newhart 10:00PM Geraldo 11:00PM Lauren Hutton And... 11:30PM Designing Women 12:00AM The Hitchhiker 12:30AM Top Cops 01:00AM Self Enhancement 01:30AM Self Enhancement 02:00AM MOVIE: Reborn 04:00AM Kojak RETRO: WASHINGTON, DC - 12/06/1999 Monday, December 6, 1999 WRC-TV NBC4 05:00AM News 07:00AM Today 09:00AM News 10:00AM Later Today 11:00AM Queen Latifah 12:00PM Sunset Beach 01:00PM Days of Our Lives 02:00PM Passions 03:00PM Rosie O'Donnell 04:00PM News 05:00PM News 06:00PM News 07:00PM NBC News 07:30PM Access Hollywood 08:00PM Suddenly Susan 08:30PM Veronica's Closet 09:00PM Law & Order: Special Victims Unit 10:00PM Dateline NBC 11:00PM News 11:35PM The Tonight Show with Jay Leno 12:37AM Late Night with Conan O'Brien 01:36AM Later 02:05AM The Tonight Show with Jay Leno 03:05AM Late Night with Conan O'Brien 04:05AM Access Hollywood 04:35AM Early Today WTTG-TV FOX5 05:00AM National Enquirer 05:30AM News 06:00AM News 06:30AM News 07:00AM Morning News 09:00AM Maury 10:00AM Divorce Court 10:30AM Divorce Court 11:00AM Judge Joe Brown 11:30AM Judge Joe Brown 12:00PM News 12:30PM National Enquirer 01:00PM Jenny Jones 02:00PM Donny & Marie 03:00PM Monster Rancher 03:30PM Power Rangers Lost Galaxy 04:00PM Beast Wars: Transformers 04:30PM Digimon: Digital Monsters 05:00PM Judge Judy 05:30PM Judge Judy 06:00PM Drew Carey 06:30PM The Simpsons 07:00PM Friends 07:30PM Seinfeld 08:00PM Cinderelmo 09:00PM Ally McBeal 10:00PM News 11:00PM Friends 11:30PM The Simpsons 12:00AM 3rd Rock from the Sun 12:30AM Living Single 01:00AM Unhappily Ever After 01:30AM Roseanne 02:00AM Paid Programming 02:30AM Paid Programming 03:00AM Jenny Jones 04:00AM Cops 04:30AM Grace Under Fire WJLA-TV ABC7 05:00AM News 06:00AM News 07:00AM Good Morning America 09:00AM Regis & Kathie Lee 10:00AM Hollywood Squares 10:30AM Family Feud 11:00AM Martin Short 12:00PM Inside Edition 12:30PM Port Charles 01:00PM All My Children 02:00PM One Life to Live 03:00PM General Hospital 04:00PM Oprah Winfrey 05:00PM News 06:00PM News 06:30PM ABC News 07:00PM Wheel of Fortune 07:30PM Jeopardy! 08:00PM 20/20 09:00PM NFL Football: Tampa Bay Buccaneers vs. Minnesota Vikings 12:00AM News 12:30AM Nightline 01:00AM EXTRA 01:30AM Politically Incorrect 02:00AM Oprah Winfrey 03:00AM The View 04:00AM ABC World News Now 04:30AM ABC News WUSA-TV CBS9 05:00AM News 05:30AM News 06:00AM News 07:00AM The Early Show 09:00AM Montel Williams 10:00AM Sally 11:00AM The Price is Right 12:00PM News 12:30PM Young & the Restless 01:30PM Bold & the Beautiful 02:00PM As the World Turns 03:00PM Guiding Light 04:00PM News 05:00PM News 06:00PM News 06:30PM News 07:00PM CBS News 07:30PM Entertainment Tonight 08:00PM The King of Queens 08:30PM Ladies Man 09:00PM Everybody Loves Raymond 09:30PM Becker 10:00PM And So This Is Christmas 11:00PM News 11:30PM Late Show with David Letterman 12:30AM Late Late Show with Craig Kilborn 01:30AM Blind Date 02:00AM News 02:30AM Montel Williams 03:30AM Up to the Minute 04:30AM CBS News WDCA-TV UPN20 05:00AM Hope Connection 05:30AM Joyce Meyer 06:00AM Creflo Dollar Jr. 06:30AM Kenneth Copeland 07:00AM Monster Rancher 07:30AM Roughnecks: Starship Troopers Chronicles 08:00AM Mummies Alive! 08:30AM Garfield and Friends 09:00AM 700 Club 10:00AM Good Times 10:30AM Good Times 11:00AM Martin 11:30AM Real TV 12:00PM Jerry Springer 01:00PM Dr. Joy Browne 02:00PM Leeza 03:00PM Doug 03:30PM Recess 04:00PM Sabrina, the Animated Series 04:30PM Recess 05:00PM Sister, Sister 05:30PM Sister, Sister 06:00PM Home Improvement 06:30PM The Nanny 07:00PM Star Trek: Voyager 08:00PM Moesha 08:30PM The Parkers 09:00PM Grown-Ups 09:30PM Malcolm & Eddie 10:00PM Frasier 10:30PM Frasier 11:00PM Jerry Springer 12:00AM The Nanny 12:30AM Martin 01:00AM Home Improvement 01:30AM Mad About You 02:00AM MOVIE: Settle the Score 04:00AM Murphy Brown 04:30AM Murphy Brown WETA-TV PBS26 06:00AM Sesame Street 07:00AM Zoboomafoo 07:30AM Arthur 08:00AM Dragon Tales 08:30AM Barney & Friends 09:00AM Teletubbies 09:30AM The Big Comfy Couch 10:00AM Noddy 10:30AM Sesame Street 11:30AM Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 12:00PM Barney & Friends 12:30PM Arthur 01:00PM Wimzie's House 01:30PM Antiques Roadshow 02:00PM Nature 03:00PM Barney & Friends 03:30PM Teletubbies 04:00PM Zoboomafoo 04:30PM Zoom 05:00PM Arthur 05:30PM Arthur 06:00PM Dragon Tales 06:30PM Nightly Business Report 07:00PM Newshour with Jim Lehrer 08:00PM For Women Only! 10:00PM For Women Only! 12:00AM Your Money Matters 02:00AM Charlie Rose 03:00AM Newshour with Jim Lehrer 04:00AM Think Tank 04:30AM SIGN OFF WBDC-TV WB50 05:00AM US Farm Report 05:30AM Amen 06:00AM Sonic Underground 06:30AM Jumanji 07:00AM Pokémon 07:30AM Histeria! 08:00AM Bewitched 08:30AM I Dream of Jeannie 09:00AM 700 Club 10:00AM Richard Simmons' Dream Maker 11:00AM Ricki Lake 12:00PM Judge Mathis 01:00PM People's Court 02:00PM Judge Mills Lane 02:30PM Boy Meets World 03:00PM Big Cartoonie Show 03:30PM The New Superman/Batman Adventures 04:00PM Pokémon 04:30PM Batman Beyond 05:00PM Ricki Lake 06:00PM Fresh Prince of Bel-Air 06:30PM Fresh Prince of Bel-Air 07:00PM The Wayans Bros. 07:30PM In the House 08:00PM 7th Heaven 09:00PM 7th Heaven 10:00PM Judge Mathis 11:00PM Married...with Children 11:30PM Change of Heart 12:00AM The Cosby Show 12:30AM Caroline in the City 01:00AM NewsRadio 01:30AM Change of Heart 02:00AM Forgive or Forget 03:00AM Dating Game 03:30AM Newlywed Game 04:00AM People's Court WPXW-TV PAX66 05:00AM Worship (2x) 06:00AM Paid Programming 06:30AM Paid Programming 07:00AM Paid Programming 07:30AM Paid Programming 08:00AM Where on Earth is Carmen Sandiego? 08:30AM Life Today 09:00AM Paid Programming 09:30AM Paid Programming 10:00AM Paid Programming 10:30AM Paid Programming 11:00AM Oriental Bazaar 12:00PM Paid Programming 12:30PM Paid Programming 01:00PM Big Valley 02:00PM Bonanza 03:00PM Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman 04:00PM The Hogan Family 04:30PM Dave's World 05:00PM Touched by an Angel 06:00PM Supermarket Sweep 06:30PM Shop 'til You Drop 07:00PM Treasures in Your Home: The Word of Collecting 08:00PM Hope Island 09:00PM Touched by an Angel 10:00PM Diagnosis Murder 11:00PM Twice in a Lifetime 12:00AM Paid Programming 12:30AM Paid Programming 01:00AM Worship (8x) Retro: New York City, Christmas Day (Wednesday, December 25), 1946 Source; New York Times WCBS-TV Ch. 2 (CBS O&O) Evening 8:00-A Christmas Dream 8:20-A Capella Choir with holiday music 8:30-Drama Sketch; The Desert Shall Rejoice (second straight year WCBS produced this play) 9:00-Hockey from Madison Square Garden; New York Rangers vs. Montreal Canadiens (Rangers win 2-0) WNBT Ch. 4 (NBC O&O, now WNBC) Evening 8:00-Santa Claus at Gimbel's 8:30-Feature Films (titles not listed) WABD Ch. 5 (DuMont O&O; now WNYW, Fox O&O) Afternoon 1:00-News and Music (until 4 PM) Evening 8:00-Music for Christmas Night 8:30-Film Short 9:00-Goblin's Christmas Christmas on TV 65 years ago was a subdued affair, although a light schedule for television in New York (the only city with multiple stations telecasting regular schedules at the end of 1946) during the first couple of years after World War II wasn't unusual. Retro: New York City, Christmas Day (Monday, December 25) 1941 Source: New York Times WNBT Ch. 1 (NBC O&O, now WNBC Ch. 4) Evening 8:30-Hansel & Gretel, musical fairy tale, with Adriana Caselotti, Ivy Dale, others 9:00-Christmas Varieties, with singer Yola Galli, dancers Carla and Fernando, Southernaires Quintet WCBW Ch. 2 (CBS O&O, now WCBS-TV) Afternoon 2:30-Police & Fire Department Toy Campaign Christmas Party (until 4 PM) Evening 8:00-News reports 8:15-Sports with Bob Edge 8:30-CBS Television Quiz with Gil Fates and Frances Buss W2XWV Ch. 4 (DuMont O&O, later WABD Ch. 5, now WNYW-Fox O&O) 7:30-Selected Films and Tests (until 9:00) This was the first Christmas for commercial television in the United States. The CBS Television Quiz was the first regularly scheduled game show on U.S. television and lasted on the air until early 1942. RETRO: WASHINGTON, DC - 12/01/1999 Wednesday, December 1, 1999 WRC-TV NBC4 05:00AM News 07:00AM Today 09:00AM News 10:00AM Later Today 11:00AM Queen Latifah 12:00PM Sunset Beach 01:00PM Days of Our Lives 02:00PM Passions 03:00PM Rosie O'Donnell 04:00PM News 05:00PM News 06:00PM News 07:00PM NBC News 07:30PM Entertainment Tonight 08:00PM Christmas in Rockefeller Center 09:00PM Garth Brooks & the Magic of Christmas 10:00PM Law & Order 11:00PM News 11:35PM The Tonight Show with Jay Leno 12:37AM Late Night with Conan O'Brien 01:36AM Later 02:05AM The Tonight Show with Jay Leno 03:05AM Late Night with Conan O'Brien 04:05AM Access Hollywood 04:30AM Early Today WTTG-TV FOX5 05:00AM National Enquirer 05:30AM News 06:00AM News 06:30AM News 07:00AM Morning News 09:00AM Maury 10:00AM Divorce Court 10:30AM Divorce Court 11:00AM Judge Joe Brown 11:30AM Judge Joe Brown 12:00PM News 12:30PM National Enquirer 01:00PM Jenny Jones 02:00PM Donny & Marie 03:00PM Monster Rancher 03:30PM Beast Wars: Transformers 04:00PM Digimon: Digital Monsters 04:30PM Power Rangers Lost Galaxy 05:00PM Judge Judy 05:30PM Judge Judy 06:00PM Drew Carey 06:30PM The Simpsons 07:00PM Friends 07:30PM Seinfeld 08:00PM MOVIE: Jerry Maguire 11:00PM News 11:30PM Friends 12:00AM 3rd Rock from the Sun 12:30AM Living Single 01:00AM Unhappily Ever After 01:30AM Roseanne 02:00AM Psychic on the Streets 02:30AM Paid Programming 03:00AM Jenny Jones 04:00AM Cops 04:30AM Grace Under Fire WJLA-TV ABC7 05:00AM News 06:00AM News 07:00AM Good Morning America 09:00AM Regis & Kathie Lee 10:00AM Hollywood Squares 10:30AM Family Feud 11:00AM Martin Short 12:00PM Inside Edition 12:30PM Port Charles 01:00PM All My Children 02:00PM One Life to Live 03:00PM General Hospital 04:00PM Oprah Winfrey 05:00PM News 06:00PM News 06:30PM ABC News 07:00PM Wheel of Fortune 07:30PM Jeopardy! 08:00PM Two Guys, a Girl and a Pizza Place 08:30PM Who's Line is it Anyway? 09:00PM Drew Carey 09:30PM Norm 10:00PM 20/20 11:00PM News 11:30PM Nightline 12:00AM EXTRA 12:30AM Politically Incorrect 01:00AM Oprah Winfrey 02:00AM The View 03:00AM ABC World News Now 04:00AM ABC News WUSA-TV CBS9 05:00AM News 05:30AM News 06:00AM News 07:00AM The Early Show 09:00AM Montel Williams 10:00AM Sally 11:00AM The Price is Right 12:00PM News 12:30PM Young & the Restless 01:30PM Bold & the Beautiful 02:00PM As the World Turns 03:00PM Guiding Light 04:00PM News 05:00PM News 06:00PM News 06:30PM News 07:00PM CBS News 07:30PM Entertainment Tonight 08:00PM Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer (TV special) 09:00PM MOVIE: The Test of Love 11:00PM News 11:30PM Late Show with David Letterman 12:30AM Late Late Show with Craig Kilborn 01:30AM Blind Date 02:00AM News 02:30AM Montel Williams 03:30AM Up to the Minute 04:30AM CBS News WDCA-TV UPN20 05:00AM Hope Connection 05:30AM Joyce Meyer 06:00AM Creflo Dollar Jr. 06:30AM Kenneth Copeland 07:00AM Monster Rancher 07:30AM Roughnecks: Starship Troopers Chronicles 08:00AM Mummies Alive! 08:30AM Garfield and Friends 09:00AM 700 Club 10:00AM Good Times 10:30AM Good Times 11:00AM Martin 11:30AM Real TV 12:00PM Jerry Springer 01:00PM Dr. Joy Browne 02:00PM Leeza 03:00PM Doug 03:30PM Recess 04:00PM Sabrina, the Animated Series 04:30PM Recess 05:00PM Sister, Sister 05:30PM Sister, Sister 06:00PM Home Improvement 06:30PM The Nanny 07:00PM Star Trek: Voyager 08:00PM Ultimate Trek: Star Trek's Greatest Moments 09:00PM Star Trek: Voyager 10:00PM Frasier 10:30PM Frasier 11:00PM Jerry Springer 12:00AM The Nanny 12:30AM Martin 01:00AM Home Improvement 01:30AM Mad About You 02:00AM Hollywood Christmas Parade 04:00AM Murphy Brown 04:30AM Murphy Brown WBDC-TV WB50 05:00AM Amen 05:30AM The Real Adventures of Jonny Quest 06:00AM Sonic Underground 06:30AM Jumanji 07:00AM Pokémon 07:30AM Histeria! 08:00AM Bewitched 08:30AM I Dream of Jeannie 09:00AM Ricki Lake 10:00AM Richard Simmons' Dream Maker 11:00AM Forgive or Forget 12:00PM Judge Mathis 01:00PM People's Court 02:00PM Judge Mills Lane 02:30PM Boy Meets World 03:00PM Big Cartoonie Show 03:30PM The New Superman/Batman Adventures 04:00PM Pokémon 04:30PM Batman Beyond 05:00PM Ricki Lake 06:00PM Fresh Prince of Bel-Air 06:30PM Fresh Prince of Bel-Air 07:00PM Wayans Bros. 07:30PM In the House 08:00PM Dawson's Creek 09:00PM Roswell 10:00PM Judge Mathis 11:00PM Married...with Children 11:30PM Change of Heart 12:00AM The Cosby Show 12:30AM Caroline in the City 01:00AM NewsRadio 01:30AM NewsRadio 02:00AM Change of Heart 02:30AM Judge Mills Lane 03:00AM People's Court 04:00AM Dating Game 04:30AM Newlywed Game WPXW-TV PAX66 05:00AM Worship (2x) 06:00AM Paid Programming 06:30AM Paid Programming 07:00AM Paid Programming 07:30AM Paid Programming 08:00AM Where on Earth is Carmen Sandiego? 08:30AM Life Today 09:00AM Paid Programming 09:30AM Paid Programming 10:00AM Paid Programming 10:30AM Paid Programming 11:00AM Oriental Bazaar 12:00PM Paid Programming 12:30PM Paid Programming 01:00PM Big Valley 02:00PM Bonanza 03:00PM Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman 04:00PM The Hogan Family 04:30PM Dave's World 05:00PM Touched by an Angel 06:00PM Supermarket Sweep 06:30PM Shop 'til You Drop 07:00PM Treasures in Your Home: The Word of Collecting 08:00PM Twice in a Lifetime 09:00PM Touched by an Angel 10:00PM Diagnosis Murder 11:00PM It's a Miracle 12:00AM Paid Programming 12:30AM Paid Programming 01:00AM Worship (8x) Retro: Nashville, Dec 25, 1975 Per special request from bp, with a look at another market on Christmas Day 1975, 36 years ago, in the age when the Big Three and PBS were all one had and stations didn't show "Miracle on 34th Street" and "It's a Wonderful Life" 46 times between Thanksgiving and Christmas. Nashville, Tennessee (2) WNGE (ABC; now WKRN on digital 27; PSIP 2) (4) WSM (NBC; now WSMV on digital 10; PSIP 4) (5) WTVF (CBS; now digital 5; PSIP same) (8) WDCN (PBS; now WNPT on digital 8; PSIP same) Bowling Green, Kentucky: (13) WBKO (ABC; now digital 13; PSIP same) (E) stations of Kentucky Educational Television on channels 21, 23, 29, 35, and 53; for information on current and past translators of KET, see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kentucky_Educational_Television MORNING 5:15 a.m. (5) Country Journal 5:30 (5) Carl Tipton--local country/bluegrass music show 5:45 (4) WSM Weather 5:55 (4) Morning Devotion 5:55 (4) Job Market--local employment bulletin board 6:00 (2) Good Morning, America--David Hartman (note WNGE carrying the Eastern feed) (4) Ralph Emery Show (5) CBS Morning News--Hughes Rudd, anchor 6:45 (13) WBKO News 7:00 (2) Bozo Show--unsure if still local (almost certainly was in the past) (4) Today Show--Jim Hartz, Barbara Walters (5) Mornings on 5--local (13) Good Morning, America 7:55 (5) Coffee with Dorinda--local women's show; possibly about cooking 8:00 (2) New Zoo Revue (5) Captain Kangaroo--Christmas operetta titled "The Harp, the Bread and the Candles" (8) Sesame Street 8:30 (2) I Dream of Jeannie (13) Family Christmas--WBKO staff appear in this local special, with music (replay from previous evening) 9:00 (2) Mike Douglas (60-minute version) (4) Christmas Day Service--NBC coverage of worship from the Washington National Cathedral (Episcopal) (5) Price is Right--had expanded to an hour the previous month (8) Sesame Street 10:00 (2) (13) Christmas on Historic Hill--ABC special featuring worship from Trinity Episcopal Church in Newport, Rhode Island with participants dressed in Colonial costumes and singing music from that era (4) Celebrity Sweepstakes--normally aired at 9 a.m., with the hour-long "Wheel of Fortune" at 9:30; special charity show (5) Gambit (8) Electric Company 10:30 (4) Hollywood Squares (5) Love of Life (8) Carrascolendas 10:55 (5) CBS News--Douglas Edwards, anchor (probably a substitute today) 11:00 (2) WNGE News (4) High Rollers (5) Young and the Restless (8) Vegetable Soup--PBS children's show (13) Showoffs--next-to-last episode of ill-fated Goodson-Todman game; would return in 1984 on CBS under the title "Body Language" 11:30 (2) (13) All My Children--Christmas in Pine Valley (won't be any this year, though; this show is now history) (4) Noon Show--local; Teddy Bart, Elaine Ganick, hosts (5) Search for Tomorrow (8) Travelogue AFTERNOON 12:00 p.m. (2) (13) Ryan's Hope (5) Singing Convention--local; Southern Gospel music (8) Great Performances--Arthur Rubenstein and the London Symphony Orchestra play works by Chopin (Andre Previn, conductor) 12:20 (5) WTVF Weather 12:25 (5) WTVF News 12:30 (2) (13) Let's Make a Deal--next-to-last day in historic time slot; would move to 11 a.m. Central next Monday (4) Days of Our Lives (5) As the World Turns--expanded to an hour just a few weeks earlier 1:00 (2) (13) $10,000 Pyramid--the Winner's Circle prize would double next month, and the show's title would change accordingly (8) Christmas Candlelight Caroling Ceremony--James Irwin, who was an astronaut on the Apollo 15 (1971) flight, narrated this PBS special from Disneyland in California 1:30 (2) (13) Rhyme and Reason--moved to 12:30 p.m. the following Monday (to be succeeded in this slot by Regis Philbin's first national solo hosting gig on the game "The Neighbors") (4) Doctors (5) Guiding Light (8) Metro Council Meeting--"Metro" referring to the unified metropolitan government of Nashville and Davidson County; WDCN carried live broadcasts of proceedings on alternating Tuesday nights for years 2:00 (2) (13) General Hospital (4) Another World (5) All in the Family--CBS rerun (8) to be announced 2:30 (2) (13) One Life to Live--that life is about to end on January 13, bringing to a close a 43-year-run (5) NBA Basketball--Kansas City (now Sacramento) Kings vs. Phoenix Suns (8) That Touch of Spice--Christmas special (?) 3:00 (2) Andy Griffith (4) Somerset (8) (E) Mister Rogers' Neighborhood (13) Edge of Night--had just moved to ABC at the first of the month, displaced by CBS' expansion of "As the World Turns" 3:30 (2) Green Acres (4) Flintstones (8) Across the Fence--probably children's show (13) Three Stooges (E) Sesame Street 4:00 (2) Big Valley (4) Leave it to Beaver (8) Carrascolendas (13) Star Trek--the episode where the "colonizers from Andromeda" try to take over the Enterprise 4:30 (4) Lucy Show (1962-68; B&W episode) (8) (E) Electric Company (network news info courtesy of Vanderbilt TV News Archive: http://tvnews.vanderbilt.edu/) 5:00 (2) ABC Evening News--Harry Reasoner (Howard K. Smith had begun his semi-retirement by this point, only providing commentaries a few times a week) (4) Family Affair (5) Lone Ranger--rerun of Clayton Moore/1950s version; WTVF normally ran "Gilligan's Island" at 3:30 and a 90-minute movie at 4 (8) Sesame Street (13) Flintstones (E) Carrascolendas 5:25 (5) WTVF Weather 5:30 (2) WNGE News (4) NBC Nightly News--John Chancellor (5) CBS Evening News--Walter Cronkite (13) ABC Evening News (E) General Educational Development--KET was the producer of this national program (or at least was in later years) EVENING 6:00 (2) Concentration--Jack Narz version (4) WSM News (5) WTVF News (8) Black Perspective on the News (13) WBKO News (E) Cookin' Cajun--Justin Wilson's first PBS show featuring Louisiana cuisine 6:30 (2) Name That Tune--Tom Kennedy version (5) To Tell the Truth--Henry Morgan, guest panelist (8) Tennessee Outdoorsmen--long-running local hunting/fishing show (13) Bewitched (E) Snowy Stories--probably children's Christmas special 7:00 (2) (13) Barney Miller (4) Grady--short-lived spinoff of "Sanford and Son," with Whitman Mayo in title role (5) Waltons (8) (E) Romantic Rebellion--BBC documentary, hosted by Kenneth Clark, better known for "Civilisation" 7:30 (2) (13) On the Rocks--little info available on this sitcom slop (anybody remember it?) (4) Don Adams' Screen Test--syndie game hosted by "Get Smart" star where contestants vied for a bit part in an upcoming TV show or movie by auditioning scenes with guest stars (8) Joy of Christmas--local special from Nashville's Cheekwood Botanical Gardens (E) Music of Christmas--PBS special featuring the Mormon Youth Symphony and Chorus 8:00 (2) (13) Streets of San Francisco (4) Ellery Queen--one-season adaptation of the famous series of mystery novels (5) Movie--"The Robe," 1953 (8) Movie--"It's a Wonderful Life," 1946 (E) Hollywood Television Theatre--"The Lady's Not for Burning," by Christopher Fry 9:00 (2) (13) Harry O--David Janssen in critically-acclaimed but mediocre-rated show about disabled private eye (4) Medical Story--probably a variation on David Gerber/Joseph Wambaugh's "Police Story;" anthology 9:45 (E) Film--short about a mountain-climber 10:00 (2) Adam-12 (4) WSM News (5) WTVF News (13) WBKO News (E) Joyce Chen's China--documentary about a Chinese-American restaurant owner's journey to her ancestral land 10:30 (2) Movie--"Miracle in the Rain," 1956 (4) Tonight Show--John Davidson, guest host; Sam Levenson and Captain and Tennille, guests (5) Ironside--rerun (13) Mannix--ABC rerun (I think) 11:30 (5) Movie--"Great Expectations," English; 1946 (13) Longstreet--ABC rerun of 1971-72 crime drama 12:00 a.m. (4) Tomorrow--Tom Snyder looks at American railroads 12:30 (2) PTL Club Retro: North Georgia Thursday, December 25, 1975 From TV Guide, North Georgia Edition: WSB Ch. 2 Atlanta (NBC) 6 AM American Story Classics (Mark Twain's "The Million Pound Bank Note") 6:30 Arthur Smith 7 AM Today 9 AM Not For Women Only (Part 4 of 5 on selfdiscovery; transcendental meditation is the topic with guest Jerry Jarvis, U.S. director of the TM movement) 9:30 Christmas With The Busbees (Gov. and Mrs. George Busbee with the Atlanta Boys Choir, the Revelations, the Cathedral Bell Ringers, Seva Day (Miss Georgia), singer Sherry Holiday, taped at the Governor's Mansion) 10 AM Christmas At Washington Cathedral (NBC was carrying the service at the time.) 11 AM Celebrity Sweepstakes (Flip Wilson plays for the American Cancer Society; Pat Boone plays for the Boy Scouts of America.) 11:30 Hollywood Squares (Richard Dimitri, Robert Goulet, Rod McKuen, Phyllis Diller) 12 N News 12:30 Big Valley 1:30 Days Of Our Lives 2:30 The Doctors 3 PM Another World 4 PM Mod Squad 5 PM Lawrence Welk (his Christmas show, pre-empts "The FBI") 6 PM News 7 PM NBC News (John Chancellor) 7:30 Let's Make A Deal 8 PM Grady (spinoff from "Sanford And Son") 8:30 The Cop And The Kid 9 PM Ellery Queen (Jim Hutton) 10 PM Medical Story 11 PM News 11:30 Tonight Show (John Davidson subs for Johnny; Sam Levenson, the Captain & Tennille) 1 AM Tomorrow (topic: U.S. railroads and their history, includes a train ride from Raritan to Bay Head, NJ) 2 AM News WRCB Ch. 3 Chattanooga (NBC) 6:25 New Zoo Revue 6:55 News For Little People 7 AM Today 9 AM 700 Club 10 AM Christmas At Washington Cathedral 11 AM Celebrity Sweepstakes 11:30 Hollywood Squares 12 N America: The Young Experience (an 11-year-old slave and his parents are auctioned off to three different masters) 12:30 Magnificent Marble Machine (Arte Johnson, Leslie Uggams, Anson Williams, Adrienne Barbeau) 12:55 NBC News (Edwin Newman) 1 PM Somerset 1:30 Days Of Our Lives 2:30 The Doctors 3 PM Another World 4 PM The FBI 4:55 News For Little People 5 PM Mickey Mouse Club 5:30 I Dream Of Jeannie 6 PM News 6:30 NBC News 7 PM Truth Or Consequences 7:30 Hollywood Squares (Phyllis Diller, Demond Wilson, Wayne Rogers, George Gobel, Anthony Newley, Suzanne Pleshette, Rose Marie) 8 PM America: The Young Experience (Hans Christian Andersen's "The Little Match Girl" is updated to the 1970s.) 8:30 American Life Styles (the birthplace and retirement home of Woodrow Wilson) 9 PM Herb Alpert And The Tijuana Brass 10 PM Medical Story 11 PM News 11:30 Tonight Show 1 AM Tomorrow WAGA Ch. 5 Atlanta (CBS) CBS pre-empts "Sunrise Semester" today. 6:30 University Of Michigan 7 AM CBS News (Hughes Rudd) 8 AM Captain Kangaroo 9 AM Phil Donahue 10 AM Price Is Right 11 AM Gambit 11:30 Love Of Life 11:55 CBS News (Douglas Edwards) 12 N News 12:30 Search For Tomorrow 1 PM Match Game '75 (Pat Crowley, Gary Burghoff, Joyce Bulifant, Charles Nelson Reilly, Richard Dawson, Brett Somers, day-behind from 3:30 PM) 1:30 As The World Turns 2:30 Guiding Light 3 PM All In The Family 3:30 Robert Young, Family Doctor ("Marcus Welby, M.D." reruns) 4:30 Mike Douglas (co-host Johnny Cash; his band, the Tennessee Three, June Carter and the Carter Family, Carl Perkins, country singer Jack Ruth) 6 PM News 7 PM CBS News (Walter Cronkite) 7:30 Price Is Right 8 PM Waltons 9 PM Hawaii Five-O 10 PM Barnaby Jones 11 PM News 11:30 CBS Movie: "Great Expectations" (yes, the Dickens classic) 1:50 News WGTV Ch. 8 Athens/Atlanta (PBS) 4 PM Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 4:30 Sesame Street 5:30 Sesame Street 6:30 Gettin' Over 7 PM Yoga For Health 7:30 Movie: "A Christmas Carol" (the classic 1951 version with Alastair Sim as Scrooge) 9 PM Hollywood Television Theatre: "The Lady's Not For Burning" (a 15th-century soldier tries to get himself hanged for a murder he didn't commit; an alchemist's daughter is about to be burned at the stake for practicing witchcraft; Richard Chamberlain stars) 10:45 Film (one man's silent ascent on a mountain) sign off 11 PM WTVC Ch. 9 Chattanooga (ABC) 7 AM Good Morning America 8:30 Funtime 9 AM Phil Donahue (from Atlanta: Playgirl magazine editor Marin Scott Milam) 10 AM The City That Forgot About Christmas (Sebastian Cabot and Louis Nye provide voices in this animated tale of a stranger who brings Christmas spirit to a loveless city.) 10:30 Christmas Is 11 AM Christmas On Historic Hill (the Candlelight Choir Service from Trinity Church, Newport, RI, with members of the congregation in colonial attire and music from the 17th and 18th centuries, taped Dec. 21-pre-empts "Bonanza" and "Happy Days" on Ch. 9; "Rhyme And Reason" and local news on Ch. 11) 12 N Showoffs (Vicki Lawrence, Greg Morris, Tina Cole, Robert Urich) 12:30 All My Children 1 PM Ryan's Hope 1:30 Let's Make A Deal 2 PM $10,000 Pyramid (Larry Linville, Anita Gillette) 2:30 Rhyme And Reason (Pat Harrington, Charlie Brill and Mitzi McCall, Conny Van Dyke) 3 PM General Hospital 3:30 One Life To Live 4 PM Edge Of Night 4:30 Gilligan's Island 5 PM Ironside 6 PM News 6:30 ABC News (Harry Reasoner) 7 PM Concentration 7:30 Family Affair 8 PM Barney Miller 8:30 Candid Camera (a high-school football team practices with ballet lessons, a phony phone works for everyone but the secretary who ordered it installed, Buster Keaton loses his toupee in an all-night diner's soup du jour, pre-empts "On The Rocks") 9 PM Streets Of San Francisco 10 PM Harry O 11 PM News 11:30 Mannix 12:30 Longstreet WXIA Ch. 11 Atlanta (ABC) 6:30 Ebony Beat Journal 7 AM Good Morning America 8 AM A.M. Atlanta 9 AM Movie: "Miracle On 34th Street" (pre-empts "Concentration") 11 AM Christmas On Historic Hill 12 N Showoffs 12:30 All My Children 1 PM Ryan's Hope 1:30 Let's Make A Deal 2 PM $10,000 Pyramid 2:30 Edge Of Night 3 PM General Hospital 3:30 One Life To Live 4 PM Dinah! (George Segal, Lucille Ball, John Byner, the World's Greatest Jazz Band, Dinah's cue-card man Bob Hatton) 5:30 News 6 PM ABC News 6:30 Merv Griffin (Dolly Parton, Kenny Rankin, Martin Mull) 8 PM Oral Roberts' Christmas Is Love (Jerry Lewis, gospel singer Andrae Crouch, Sigmund the Sea Monster, and H.R. Pufnstuf, pre-empts "Barney Miller" and "On The Rocks") 9 PM Streets Of San Francisco 10 PM Harry O 11 PM News 11:30 Mannix 12:30 Longstreet WDEF Ch. 12 Chattanooga (CBS) 6:25 Farm Report 6:30 Travel Film 7 AM Morning Show 8 AM CBS News 9 AM Captain Kangaroo 10 AM Price Is Right 11 AM Gambit 11:30 Love Of Life 11:55 CBS News 12 N News 12:25 Paul Harvey 12:30 Search For Tomorrow 1 PM That Girl 1:30 As The World Turns 2:30 Guiding Light 3 PM All In The Family 3:30 NBA: Kings-Suns (pre-empts "Match Game '75," "Tattletales," Merv Griffin, and Paul Harvey) 6 PM News (time approximate) 6:30 CBS News 7 PM Gunsmoke 8 PM Waltons 9 PM Hawaii Five-O 10 PM Barnaby Jones 11 PM News 11:30 CBS Movie: "Great Expectations" WMAZ Ch. 13 Macon (CBS) 6:50 News 7 AM CBS News 8 AM Captain Kangaroo 9 AM Navy Christmas (a party for the children of Navy personnel, who see their fathers overseas on film) 9:30 General Hospital 10 AM Price Is Right 11 AM Gambit 11:30 Love Of Life 11:55 CBS News 12 N Young And The Restless 12:30 Search For Tomorrow 1 PM Christmas Music (the Medical Center Nurses Choir) 1:30 As The World Turns 2:30 Guiding Light 3 PM All In The Family 3:30 NBA: Kings-Suns (pre-empts "Match Game '75," "Tattletales," "Ironside," and "To Tell The Truth") 6 PM News (time approximate) 6:30 CBS News 7 PM Truth Or Consequences 7:30 Let's Make A Deal 8 PM Waltons 9 PM Hawaii Five-O 10 PM Gunsmoke (pre-empts "Barnaby Jones") 11 PM News 11:30 CBS Movie: "Great Expectations" WDCO Ch. 15 (WMUM Ch. 29) Cochran/ WCLP (WNGH) Ch. 18 Chatsworth (PBS) 4 PM Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 4:30 Sesame Street 5:30 Electric Company 6 PM Carrascolendas 6:30 Music Of Christmas 7 PM Second Look (holiday music from the choir of the Atlanta School for the Deaf and a trio from the Cave Springs School for the Deaf) 7:30 Ivanhoe 8 PM Christmas With The Busbees (same as Ch. 2 earlier today) 8:30 Disneyland Christmas Candlelight Caroling Ceremony 9 PM Hometown Saturday Night (re-enactment of a circa-1900 band concert with the new Jack Daniel's Original Silver Cornet Band) 10 PM Christmas At Pops (the Boston Pops and the Tanglewood Festival Chorus) sign off 11 PM WTCG (WPCH) Ch. 17 Atlanta (Ind.) 5:40 News 6 AM Tennessee Tuxedo 6:30 Romper Room 7 AM Three Stooges/Little Rascals 8 AM Leave It To Beaver 8:30 Hazel 9 AM I Love Lucy (guest: Bob Hope) 9:30 Andy Griffith 10 AM Movie: "Holiday Inn" 12 N Love, American Style (features an early appearance by Victoria Principal) 12:30 The Lucy Show 1 PM Movie: "Christmas In Connecticut" 3 PM Mickey Mouse Club 3:30 Flintstones 4 PM Gilligan's Island 4:30 I Love Lucy (guest: Orson Welles) 5 PM Partridge Family 5:30 Beverly Hillbillies 6 PM That Girl 6:30 Andy Griffith 7 PM Gomer Pyle, USMC 7:30 Hogan's Heroes 8 PM NBA: Hawks-Bullets 10 PM TBA 11 PM Love, American Style (Donna Douglas plays-what else?--a farmer's daughter) 11:30 Movie: "Mother Is A Freshman" 1:10 NBA: Hawks-Bullets (replay) 3:25 Movie: "Christmas In Connecticut" 5:25 My Little Margie WETV (WPBA) Ch. 30 Atlanta (PBS) 4 PM Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 4:30 Sesame Street 5:30 Electric Company 6 PM Carrascolendas 6:30 Gettin' Over 7 PM Taking Better Pictures 7:30 Woman (Lourdes Vasquez and Elidas Rodriquez discuss the Puerto Rican Women's Federation.) 8 PM No--Honestly 8:30 Sounds Of Christmas (music by soprano Leona Gordon, the Jimmy Joyce Singers, and the Glendale, CA, Symphony Orchestra) 9 PM Hollywood Television Theatre 10:45 Film 11 PM Joyce Chen's China (the Boston restaurateur tells about her 1972 trip to China, part 1 of 2) sign off 11:30 PM WCWB (WMGT) Ch. 41 Macon (NBC) 7 AM Today 9 AM Phil Donahue (Gloria Steinem and Australian feminist Elizabeth Reid discuss the International Women's Year world conference.) 10 AM Christmas At Washington Cathedral 11 AM Celebrity Sweepstakes 11:30 Hollywood Squares 12 N High Rollers 12:30 Magnificent Marble Machine 12:55 NBC News 1 PM News 1:05 Noon Over Middle Georgia 1:30 Days Of Our Lives 2:30 The Doctors 3 PM Another World 4 PM Somerset 4:30 Vegetable Soup 5 PM Star Trek 6 PM News 6:30 NBC News 7 PM I Dream Of Jeannie 7:30 Have Gun, Will Travel 8 PM Grady 8:30 The Cop And The Kid 9 PM Ellery Queen 10 PM Medical Story 11 PM Rifleman 11:30 Tonight Show WTCI Ch. 45 Chattanooga (PBS) 3:30 Lilias, Yoga And You 4 PM Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 4:30 Sesame Street 5:30 Electric Company 6 PM Vegetable Soup 6:30 Gettin' Over 7 PM Christmas Music (the Hixson First Baptist Church choir) 7:30 Evening Edition With Martin Agronsky 8 PM Romantic Rebellion (Kenneth Clark explains how French painter Edgar Degas used ballet and horse racing "to achieve an idea of perfect form.") 8:30 Music Of Christmas (the Mormon Youth Symphony and Chorus) 9 PM Hollywood Television Theatre 10:45 Film sign off 11 PM WHAE (WGCL) Ch. 46 Atlanta (Ind.) 9:30 The Savior (a dramatization of the birth and boyhood of Christ) 11 AM Woman's Place 11:30 700 Club 1 PM Norman Vincent Peale 1:30 Dennis The Menace 2 PM Lone Ranger 2:30 Huck And Yogi 3 PM Porky Pig 3:30 Popeye 4 PM Batman (Cesar Romero as the Joker) 4:30 Superman 5 PM Brady Bunch 5:30 Room 222 6 PM The City That Forgot About Christmas 6:30 Dick Van Dyke 7 PM Christmas Story (a Salvation Army Christmas service) 7:30 New Year's Promise (Davey and Goliath make New Year's resolutions.) 8 PM 700 Club 9:30 Manna 10 PM Evangelical Communications Research 11 PM Laurel And Hardy 11:30 Honeymooners sign off 12 M WRIP (WDSI) Ch. 61 Chattanooga (Ind.) 3:55 Dr. J. Harold Smith 4 PM Underdog 4:30 Letters To Santa Claus (why now?) 5 PM Tell It And Sell It 6 PM New Zoo Revue 6:30 Three Stooges 7 PM Bugs Bunny And Friends 7:25 Dr. J. Harold Smith 7:30 Galloping Gourmet 8 PM TV Auction 9 PM Movie: TBA 11 PM Dr. J. Harold Smith sign off 11:05 PM Why don't you post the Nashville listings anyway? I, for one, would like to see them. I don't know if Channel 2 preserved the Busbees' Christmas special, but I do know that Channel 5, as a rule, did not carry CBS's NBA coverage, then or later. When WATL/36 came back on the air in 1976 it became Atlanta's NBA station (Channel 17, of course, carried the Hawks but that was their own crew doing the games and not CBS's). Although the Hawks have been in Atlanta since moving from St. Louis in the late '60s I don't know how much of a draw they've been, either live or on television. I do recall, when I was in high school, that Channel 2 carried them for a year or two, then Channel 11 had them for a couple of years (they were on that night in December 1970 when Lester Maddox walked off "The Dick Cavett Show") before finally moving to 17. (It always fascinated me that when 11 had the Hawks, the games were carried in Greenville/ Spartanburg/Asheville, Charlotte, and Greensboro/Winston-Salem/High Point but not in Birmingham.) Hockey has never been a draw; both the Flames and Thrashers moved to other cities. I remember in 1972, when the Flames began play, Channel 2 carried their games, but not for long--neither did 2 care about carrying Sunday-afternoon NHL games when they moved from CBS to NBC. You will, however, find the NBA on 2 this Sunday, and 11 carries NBC's NHL coverage. Probably more than you wanted to know, but once you get past baseball and football, sports are not the biggest television draw in Atlanta. Anyway, happy holidays to you and your family too! Retro: Utah-Idaho, May 16, 1975 Here's a rare one for you mountaineers out there. It even includes a strange TVG channel bullet I don't think I've seen in any other edition--ever. Channels in parentheses were originally represented by black bullets; channels in brackets were represented by white bullets; channels in arrows were represented by split black-and-white bullets; channels in equal signs were represented by an unusual bullet with horizontal black stripes and a raised numeral (the strange one forementioned) Salt Lake City, Utah: (2) KUTV (NBC; now CBS affiliate on digital 34; PSIP 2) (4) KCPX (ABC; now KTVX on digital 40; PSIP 4) (5) KSL (CBS; now NBC affiliate on digital 38; PSIP 5) (7) KUED (PBS; now digital 42; PSIP 7) Provo, Utah: (11) KBYU (PBS; now digital 44; PSIP 11) Logan, Utah: (12) KUSU (PBS; same programs as KUED) Boise, Idaho: [2] KBCI (CBS; now KBOI on digital 28; PSIP 2) [4] KAID (PBS; station of Idaho Public Television; now digital 21; PSIP 4) [6] KIVI (ABC; now digital 24; PSIP 6) [7] KTVB (NBC; now digital 7; PSIP same) Idaho Falls, Idaho: [3] KID (CBS; now KIDK on digital 36; PSIP 3) [8] KIFI (NBC; now ABC affiliate on digital 8; PSIP same) Pocatello, Idaho: =6= KPVI (ABC; same programs as KIVI; now stand-alone station and NBC affiliate on digital 23; PSIP 6) [10] KBGL (PBS; station of Idaho Public Television; now KISU on digital 17; PSIP 10) Twin Falls, Idaho: [11] KMVT (CBS primary; ABC and NBC secondary; now digital 11; PSIP same) Casper, Wyoming: =2= KTWO (NBC primary; ABC and CBS secondary; now ABC primary affiliate on digital 17; PSIP 2) Thermopolis, Wyoming: KWRB (NBC primary; ABC and CBS secondary; now satellite of Cheyenne FOX affiliate KLWY on digital 10; PSIP same) MORNING 5:55 a.m. (5) Farm News--local 6:00 =2= (4) [11] A.M. America--Bill Beutel, Stephanie Edwards, hosts (5) CBS Morning News--Hughes Rudd 6:15 (2) Black Experience 6:45 (2) KUTV News 6:55 [8] Spotlite--probably local morning show 7:00 (2) [7] [8] Today Show--Jim Hartz, Barbara Walters [2] CBS Morning News [3] (5) Captain Kangaroo (4) Hotel Balderdash--local children's show that was highly popular in the region (11) Sesame Street 7:30 Today Show--joined in progress 8:00 [2] (5) Joker's Wild (remember, this is the Mountain Time Zone--same feed as Eastern and Central) =2= Celebrity Sweepstakes [3] CBS Morning News (11) Electric Company [11] Today Show (60 minutes only) 8:30 [2] (5) Gambit =2= Wheel of Fortune--show was already a hit, according to some claims (4) KCPX News [4] [10] Lilias, Yoga, and You (11) Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 8:45 (4) Jobs Today--local employment bulletin board 8:50 (4) Entertainment with Shelley Thomas--apparently local 8:55 (4) There's a Cop in the House (well, don't tell us about it ... !!) (7) Figuring It Out--probably local women's show (but on a PBS affil?) 9:00 (2) =2= [7] [8] [11] High Rollers [2] [3] Now You See It (4) Beverly Hillbillies [4] [10] instructional programming until 10 a.m. (5) Romper Room [6] Lucy Show (11) instructional programming until 11 a.m. 9:10 (7) Electric Company 9:30 (2) =2= [7] [8] [11] Hollywood Squares [2] [3] (5) Love of Life (4) [6] Blankety Blanks--short-lived Bob Stewart pun-based game hosted by Bill Cullen 9:55 [2] [3] (5) CBS News--Douglas Edwards, anchor 10:00 (2) [7] [8] Jackpot! [2] [3] (5) Young and the Restless =2= (4) [6] [11] Password [4] (7) [10] Sesame Street 10:30 (2) =2= [7] [8] Blank Check--Jack Barry-packaged number-guessing game, hosted by Art James [2] [3] (5) Search for Tomorrow (4) [6] [11] Split Second 10:55 (2) Buyer's Watch--local consumer advice (?) =2= [7] [8] NBC News--Edwin Newman, anchor 11:00 (2) [7] [8] Celebrity Sweepstakes [2] Guiding Light =2= (4) [6] [11] All My Children [3] Jack LaLanne [4] [10] (11) Electric Company (5) Edge of Night--boy, was this sure strange as a scheduling move (7) instructional programming until 3:30 p.m. 11:30 (2) [8] Days of Our Lives [2] =2= [3] (5) As the World Turns (4) [6] [11] Let's Make a Deal [4] [10] Villa Alegre--in many respects, a bilingual "Sesame Street," with Spanish and English lessons and skits [7] Wheel of Fortune (11) Mister Rogers' Neighborhood AFTERNOON 12:00 p.m. [2] KBCI News =2= [3] (5) Guiding Light (4) [6] [11] $10,000 Pyramid [4] Mister Rogers' Neighborhood [7] Gomer Pyle, USMC [10] Electric Company (11) Sesame Street 12:30 (2) =2= [7] [8] Doctors [2] [3] Edge of Night (4) [6] [11] Big Showdown--unfortunately little-known hard quiz that was a big critics' fave [4] instructional programming until 4 p.m. (5) KSL News [10] instructional programming until 3:30 p.m. 1:00 (2) [7] [8] Another World [2] [3] (5) Price is Right =2= (4) [6] [11] General Hospital (11) instructional programming until 4 p.m. 1:30 [2] [3] (5) Match Game =2= (4) [6] [11] One Life to Live 2:00 (2) Wheel of Fortune [2] [3] Tattletales =2= Days of Our Lives (4) [6] [11] Money Maze (5) Movie--"Please Believe Me," 1950 2:30 (2) That Girl [2] [3] Mike Douglas (90-minute version; different episodes) (4) Mike Douglas (60-minute version) [6] Tennessee Tuxedo [7] Days of Our Lives [8] Wheel of Fortune [11] As the World Turns 3:00 (2) Bewitched =2= $10,000 Pyramid [6] New Zoo Revue [8] KIFI News [11] Views--possibly local public affairs (but at this time of day?) 3:05 [8] Hogan's Heroes 3:30 (2) Flintstones =2= Super Friends--possibly repeats of 1973-74 ABC cartoon (4) Bugs Bunny [6] Lassie (7) [10] Lilias, Yoga and You [7] FBI--rerun of 1965-74 ABC/Quinn Martin crime drama [8] Gilligan's Island [11] Edge of Night 3:55 (5) Spotlight Five--local; format unknown 4:00 (2) Mickey Mouse Club--syndicated rerun [2] Bonanza [3] Joker's Wild (4) Gilligan's Island [4] [10] Sesame Street (5) Dinah!--Shore's 90-minute syndie offering that went into production a few months earlier after NBC dropped her daytime show in July 1974 [6] Star Trek--the episode where Kirk looks into an energy force on an "uncharted planet" (7) (11) Villa Alegre [8] Big Valley [11] Andy Griffith (network news info courtesy of Vanderbilt TV News Archive: http://tvnews.vanderbilt.edu/) 4:30 (2) I Dream of Jeannie =2= NBC Nightly News--John Chancellor [3] Gambit (4) Lucy Show (7) Electric Company [7] Andy Griffith CBS Evening News--Bob Schieffer (Walter Cronkite off) (11) Mister Rogers' Neighborhood [11] ABC Evening News--Howard K. Smith, Harry Reasoner 5:00 (2) Hogan's Heroes [2] [3] [11] CBS Evening News =2= (4) [6] ABC Evening News [4] (7) [10] Mister Rogers' Neighborhood [7] NBC Nightly News [8] Partridge Family Film--wonder what it might have been, with only 30 minutes? (11) Sesame Street 5:30 (2) [8] NBC Nightly News [2] KBCI News =2= KTWO News [3] KID News (4) Andy Griffith [4] [10] Villa Alegre (5) CBS Evening News [6] KIVI News (7) Sesame Street [7] KTVB News [11] KMVT News EVENING 6:00 (2) KUTV News [2] Family Affair =2= Star Trek--James Daly ("Medical Center") guested on this episode [3] Movie--"Don't Drink the Water," 1969 (CBS prime time) [4] [10] (11) Electric Company (4) KCPX News (5) KSL News [6] High Chaparral [7] To Tell the Truth--Henry Morgan, guest panelist [8] KIFI News KWRB News [11] The Waltons--probably a tape-delay (though it's sure hard to tell in the MTZ) 6:30 [2] Name That Tune--syndicated Tom Kennedy version (4) Truth or Consequences [4] (7) [10] Zoom (5) [7] [8] Let's Make a Deal--syndicated (probably different episodes on each station) Untamed World--another syndie offering of that era about nature and wildlife (11) Newsroom--local; BYU students anchoring a newscast, perhaps? 7:00 (2) [7] [8] Sanford and Son [2] (5) Movie--see KID, 6 p.m. =2= (4) [6] [11] Boxing--ABC coverage of Muhammad Ali vs. Ron Lyle (Ali at the time was 46-2 and had been world champion since October when he beat George Foreman in the famous fight in Zaire) [4] [10] Aviation Weather--probably PBS (7) Consumer Survival Kit--home appliances are the subject on this night (11) The Naturalists--profile of Theodore Roosevelt's conservationist initiatives 7:30 (2) [7] [8] Chico and the Man--launched Freddie Prinze into stardom, of course [3] Movie--"Going Home," 1971 [4] According to an Unnamed Source--PBS show about journalistic confidentiality, a hot topic after Watergate and "Deep Throat" (7) [10] Black Perspective on the News (11) Consumer Survival Kit 8:00 (2) [7] [8] Rockford Files--"This is Jim Rockford. At the tone, leave your name and message and I'll get back with you." (remember, not everybody had answering machines then) [4] (7) [10] Washington Week in Review--warhorse PBS political analysis show (11) According to an Unnamed Source 8:30 [4] (7) [10] Wall $treet Week--At the time, this was the only serious financial/business report on television [2] (5) Movie--see KID, 7:30 p.m. (11) Kids' News--local KBYU production, with actual elementary-school children pretending to be newscasters 9:00 (2) [7] [8] Police Woman--and people said cop shows weren't sexy until "Charlie's Angels" came along (!!) [3] Mannix--about to end an eight-year run [4] (7) [10] Masterpiece Theatre--"Upstairs, Downstairs" (rerun of first episode) (11) Nova 9:30 =2= [11] Sanford and Son (4) Movie--"Thief," 1971 [6] Night Stalker--Darren McGavin starred in this hybrid sci-fi/crime drama; ABC attempted a remake in 2005, but it flopped after six episodes 10:00 (2) KUTV News [2] KBCI News =2= KTWO News [3] KID News [4] Kup's Show--import from Chicago, hosted by one of that city's media fixtures, Irv Kupcinet, who was also a newspaper columnist (7) Making It Count--described as a "20-part telecourse offering information about computers" (FYI, the Apple I was a year off, so this would have been about them in the workplace, not at home) [10] In Performance at Wolf Trap--the New Orleans Preservation Hall Jazz Band performs at the nation's only public park devoted to arts and culture, located in Virginia outside Washington, D.C. (11) Aviation Weather 10:30 (2) [7] [8] [11] Tonight Show--Bert Convy ("Tattletales"), guest [2] Movie--"Valley of the Dolls," 1967 =2= Dean Martin Celebrity Roast--Michael Landon, honoree (probably tape-delayed from NBC) [3] Movie--"Josette," 1938 [6] Combat--rerun of 1962-67 ABC World War II drama (7) Aviation Weather Boxing--replay of Ali-Lyle fight broadcast earlier on ABC (see above) 10:40 (5) Ironside--rerun 11:00 (4) KCPX News (7) ABC Evening News (PBS/WGBH captioned version) [10] Lilias, Yoga and You 11:30 =2= Movie--"Dr. Ehrlich's Magic Bullet," 1940 (4) Movie--"Godzilla," Japanese, 1956 (unsure if original) [6] Movie--"Bachelor Flat," 1962 11:40 (5) Movie--"Hush ... Hush, Sweet Charlotte," 1964 12:00 a.m. (2) [7] [8] Midnight Special--retro episode with the likes of Chubby Checker and Bo Diddley performing late 1950s/early 1960s hits 3:30 =2= Super Friends--possibly repeats of 1973-74 ABC cartoon Super Friends wasn't yet in syndicated reruns in 1975, so this would have been a tape delay of the ABC Saturday morning broadcast of the show. If we could see the schedule for other weekdays, we'd probably see that these two stations were running a checkerboard (different shows on each day of the week) of tape-delayed children's shows. 5:00 Film--wonder what it might have been, with only 30 minutes? These would probably be short films that were distributed to stations free of charge, typically as promotional items that also had some educational value -- for example, a steelmaker might produce a film on the steelmaking process. For the company, it would generate some free PR, and for the station it would just fill time. These sorts of films were often used by smaller stations, especially in marginal time periods. 3:30 =2= Super Friends--possibly repeats of 1973-74 ABC cartoon Super Friends wasn't yet in syndicated reruns in 1975, so this would have been a tape delay of the ABC Saturday morning broadcast of the show. If we could see the schedule for other weekdays, we'd probably see that these two stations were running a checkerboard (different shows on each day of the week) of tape-delayed children's shows. You are correct, Tom. At 3:30 on the other days: Monday: Yogi's Gang Tuesday: Hong Kong Phooey Wednesday: Lassie's Rescue Rangers Thursday: Devlin Retro: St. Louis Mon, Dec 25, 1978 from TV Guide-St. Louis edition Programs subject to change due to stations adding extra newscasts- there was a newspaper strike in the Gateway City at the time KTVI 2-ABC 6:30 Romper Room 7:00 Good Morning America (guests include David Prowse, the guy inside Darth Vader) 9:00 Phil Donahue (guest William F. Buckley Jr.) 10:00 Happy Days (Christmas episode from 1974) 10:30 Family Feud 11:00 All My Children 11:30 Search for Tomorrow noon News 12:30 Ryan's Hope 1:00 One Life to Live 2:00 General Hospital 3:00 Movie "Christmas in Connecticut" (bw) 5:00 News 5:30 ABC Evening News 6:00 News 6:30 Bowling for Dollars 7:00 Fast Lane Blues (pilot, sounds like a Cannonball Run knockoff) 8:00 Movie "Green Eyes" 10:00 News 10:30 Mary Tyler Moore 11:00 Movie "Drums in the Deep South" 12:30 News 1:00 Expression KMOX 4-CBS 5:50 News 6:00 PS 4 (Marian E. Cotler) 6:30 TBA 7:00 CBS Morning News 8:00 Captain Kangaroo 9:00 All in the Family 9:30 Price is Right 10:30 Love of Life 10:55 CBS News 11:00 Young & the Restless 11:30 Search for Tomorrow noon Peach Bowl: Purdue-Georgia Tech (at Atlanta) 3:00 Mike Douglas (co-hosts Rita Walter and Dennis Cooney/guests Red Buttons, Eva Marie Saint, and Livingston Taylor) 4:00 Dinah! (Christmas show with the California Boys Choir, ice sculptor Earl Macomber, butcher Merle Ellis, Dick & Pat Van Patten, Hal & Frances Linden, and George & Brenda Carlin) 5:00 News 5:30 CBS Evening News 6:00 News 6:30 D.B.'s Christmas Delight (D.B. Doorbell and Bobby Day) 7:00 White Shadow 8:00 M*A*S*H 8:30 One Day at a Time 9:00 Lou Grant 10:00 News 11:00 New Avengers 12:15 Movie "Attack on the Iron Coast" 2:00 People Speak "The Depths of My Soul?" (Dr. George Benson, St. Louis University School of Medicine) 2:20 Movie "Bundle of Joy" 3:45 News KSD 5-NBC 6:30 Focus Your World "Worlds of Women: Career and Child Rearing" 7:00 Today 9:00 Christmas at Washington Cathedral 10:00 High Rollers 10:30 Wheel of Fortune 11:00 America Alive! 11:30 Mid-Day AM (Clif St. James) noon News 12:30 Days of Our Lives 1:30 Doctors 2:00 Hee Haw Honeys 2:30 Fiesta Bowl: Arkansas-UCLA (at Tempe) 5:30 NBC Nightly News 6:00 News 6:30 Newsbeat (Ford/Auble) 7:00 Little House on the Prairie (1974 Christmas episode) 8:00 Movie "Sunshine Christmas" 10:00 News 10:45 Tonight Show (guests Bert Convy and Marilyn Horne) 12:15 Tomorrow (JIP/guest: lyricist Alan Jay Lerner) 1:00 Newsbeat KETC 9-PBS 6:45 Weather 7:00 Lilias, Yoga & You 7:30 Sesame Street 8:30 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 9:00 Electric Company 9:30 Christmas Eve on Sesame Street 10:30 Christmas with Mister Rogers 11:30 Sesame Street 12:30 Evening at Symphony (the Boston Symphony and Tangelwood Festival Chorus team up to perform Handel's Messiah) 3:00 Christmas Eve on Sesame Street 4:00 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 4:30 Electric Company 5:00 Sesame Street 6:00 Zoom 6:30 MacNeil-Lehrer Report 7:00 Dick Cavett (looks at the etymologies of unusual words) 7:30 Julia Child & Company 8:00 Great Performances "Mourning Becomes Electra" (pt 3) 9:00 Great Performances (the NYC Ballet performs two works choreographed by George Balanchine) 10:00 Growing Together "Preserving the Health of Infants" 10:30 Dick Cavett (guest P.D.Q. Bach) 11:00 Turnabout 11:30 Captioned ABC News KPLR 11-Ind 5:00 Weather 6:00 Newswatch: Dateline 6:30 Popeye 7:00 Bugs Bunny 7:30 Heckle & Jeckle 8:00 Fred Flintstone & Friends 8:30 Archies 9:00 Bewitched 9:30 Love, American Style 10:00 Hollywood Squares 10:30 Dick Van Dyke (bw) 11:00 I Love Lucy (bw) 11:30 Gomer Pyle, USMC noon F Troop 12:30 Movie "Zotz!" (bw) 2:30 New Mickey Mouse Club 3:00 Flintstones 3:30 Woody Woodpecker/Tom & Jerry 4:00 Emergency One! 5:00 Six Million Dollar Man 6:00 Gong Show (judges Allen Ludden, Arte Johnson, and Jaye P. Morgan) 6:30 Hogan's Heroes 7:00 Lawrence Welk (Christmas special) 8:00 Tic Tac Dough 8:30 You Don't Say! 9:00 Joker's Wild 9:30 News 10:00 Cross-Wits 10:30 Movie "The Christmas Tree" 12:50 News 1:20 Movie "If I Had a Million" (bw) 3:00 Not for Women Only (women in sports, pt 1-guests include Althea Gibson and Patty Berg) 3:30 Weather KDNL 30-Ind 7:00 Popeye 7:30 Little Rascals (bw) 8:00 Spiderman & Friends 8:30 PTL Club (guests: cookbook editors Charles & Frances Hunter, and chaplain Austin Miles) 9:30 Rev. Hubert Surratt 9:45 TBA 10:30 700 Club (guest Johnny Zell) noon Movie "Love and Kisses" 2:00 Room 222 "The Hand That Feeds" 2:30 Beverly Hillbillies (bw) 3:00 Mighty Mouse 3:30 World of Super-Adventure 4:00 Leave It to Beaver (bw) 4:30 Brady Bunch (x2) 5:30 My Three Sons 6:00 Odd Couple 6:30 New Newlywed Game 7:00 Jack Van Impe (Christmas special, taped in Israel) 8:00 Movie "World Safari" 10:00 Sanford & Son 10:30 Love Experts 11:00 Honeymooners (bw) 11:30 700 Club (r) Retro: North Georgia Monday, December 22, 1975 From TV Guide, North Georgia Edition: WSB Ch. 2 Atlanta (NBC) 6 AM Christopher Closeup (Family counselor Eda LeShan contends that a middle-age identity crisis can be a good thing, in her book "The Wonderful Crisis Of Middle Age.") 6:30 Arthur Smith 7 AM Today (Betty Furness explains why people donate money to charities.) 9 AM Not For Women Only (Part 1 of 5 on paths to self-discovery: parapsychologists Hans Holzer and Martin Eban discuss reincarnation.) 9:30 Today In Georgia 10 AM Celebrity Sweepstakes (Wolfman Jack, Sally Struthers, Kelly Lange, Dick Martin and his wife Dolly) 10:30 Wheel Of Fortune (the brief period when it aired for an hour) 11:30 Hollywood Squares (Richard Dimitri, Robert Goulet, Rod McKuen, Phyllis Diller, Florence Henderson, Demond Wilson) 12 N News 12:30 Big Valley 1:30 Days Of Our Lives 2:30 The Doctors 3 PM Another World 4 PM Mod Squad 5 PM The FBI 6 PM News 7 PM NBC News (John Chancellor) 7:30 Let's Make A Deal 8 PM NBC Movie: "Scrooge" (the 1970 version with Albert Finney and Alec Guinness) 10 PM NBC News Special: "Giving And Getting--The Charity Business" 11 PM News 11:30 Tonight Show (John Davidson subs for Johnny; Robert Goulet, Barbara Eden, Norm Crosby, Doug Henning) 1 AM Tomorrow (topic: the UN) 2 AM News WRCB Ch. 3 Chattanooga (NBC) 6:25 New Zoo Revue 6:55 News For Little People 7 AM Today 9 AM 700 Club 10 AM Celebrity Sweepstakes 10:30 Wheel Of Fortune 11:30 Hollywood Squares 12 N News 12:30 Magnificent Marble Machine (Arte Johnson, Leslie Uggams, Anson Williams, Adrienne Barbeau) 12:55 NBC News (Edwin Newman) 1 PM Somerset 1:30 Days Of Our Lives 2:30 The Doctors 3 PM Another World 4 PM The FBI 4:55 News For Little People 5 PM Mickey Mouse Club 5:30 I Dream Of Jeannie 6 PM News 6:30 NBC News 7 PM Truth Or Consequences 7:30 Wild Kingdom 8 PM NBC Movie: "Scrooge" 10 PM NBC News Special 11 PM News 11:30 Tonight Show 1 AM Tomorrow WAGA Ch. 5 Atlanta (CBS) 6 AM Sunrise Semester: "Anthropology Of The Middle East And North Africa" 6:30 Camera Three (an acting technique called "the corporals," based on yoga and gymnastics, delay from Sun 11 AM) 7 AM CBS News (Hughes Rudd) 8 AM Captain Kangaroo 9 AM Phil Donahue (changing attitudes about such issues as euthanasia and abortion) 10 AM Price Is Right 11 AM Gambit 11:30 Love Of Life 11:55 CBS News (Douglas Edwards) 12 N News 12:30 Search For Tomorrow 1 PM Match Game '75 (Gary Burghoff, Joyce Bulifant, Pat Crowley, Richard Dawson, Brett Somers, Charles Nelson Reilly (day-behind from 3:30 PM) 1:30 As The World Turns 2:30 Guiding Light 3 PM All In The Family (Archie and Meathead's first meeting) 3:30 Robert Young, Family Doctor ("Marcus Welby, M.D." reruns) 4:30 Mike Douglas (from Opryland: co-host Mel Tillis; Waylon Jennings, Jessi Colter, Diana Trask, Roger Miller, Flip Wilson, Jamie Farr, stock-car racers Bobby Allison and Darrell Waltrip, Prof. Irwin Corey) 6 PM News 7 PM CBS News (Walter Cronkite) 7:30 Tell The Mayor 8 PM Rhoda 8:30 Phyllis 9 PM All In The Family (Gloria has her baby) 9:30 Maude 10 PM Medical Center 11 PM News 11:30 CBS Movie: "A Great American Tragedy" (timely for today, as George Kennedy plays an aerospace engineer suffering personally and economically from being laid off) 1 AM News WGTV Ch. 8 Athens/Atlanta (PBS) Although TV Guide says the five PBS stations (8, 15, 18, 30, 45) schedule in-school programming, I rather doubt it this week with Christmas vacation. 4 PM Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 4:30 Sesame Street 5:30 Sesame Street 6:30 Withit 7 PM Lilias, Yoga And You 7:30 Fantasy In Mime (performed by Marcel Marceau's protege, Israeli mime Juki Arkin) 8 PM The Nutcracker (performed by Ballet West, accompanied by the Utah Symphony) 9:30 Forum (rehabilitation for the handicapped is the topic) 10 PM David Susskind (gypsies discuss their lifestyle and image, to 12) WTVC Ch. 9 Chattanooga (ABC) 7 AM Good Morning America 8:30 Funtime 9 AM Phil Donahue (from Atlanta: F. Lee Bailey discusses the Patty Hearst case) 10 AM The Lucy Show 10:30 Bonanza 11:30 Happy Days 12 N Showoffs (Vicki Lawrence, Greg Morris, Tina Cole, Robert Urich) 12:30 All My Children 1 PM Ryan's Hope 1:30 Let's Make A Deal 2 PM $10,000 Pyramid (Larry Linville, Anita Gillette) 2:30 Rhyme And Reason (Pat Harrington, Charlie Brill and Mitzi McCall, Conny Van Dyke) 3 PM General Hospital 3:30 One Life To Live 4 PM Edge Of Night 4:30 Gilligan's Island 5 PM Ironside 6 PM News 6:30 ABC News (Harry Reasoner) 7 PM Concentration 7:30 Family Affair 8 PM Mobile One 9 PM Liberty Bowl: USC-Texas A&M 12 M News (time approximate) WXIA Ch. 11 Atlanta (ABC) 6:30 Green Acres 7 AM Good Morning America 8 AM A.M. Atlanta 9 AM Concentration 9:30 Movie: "Period Of Adjustment" (Part 1 of 2) 11 AM Rhyme And Reason (Pat Harrington, Jamie Farr, Shari Lewis, Lois Nettleton, Jimmie Walker, day-behind) 11:30 News 12 N Showoffs 12:30 All My Children 1 PM Ryan's Hope 1:30 Let's Make A Deal 2 PM $10,000 Pyramid 2:30 Edge Of Night (day-behind) 3 PM General Hospital 3:30 One Life To Live 4 PM Dinah! (Chris Evert, Anthony Newley, Don Meredith, comic Mike Neun, authors Burt and Jane Boyer ("World Class")) 5:30 News 6 PM ABC News 6:30 Merv Griffin (guest host Mort Sahl; Sen. John Tunney, Frankie Laine, Richard Dimitri) 7:30 Mobile One (same episode as Ch. 9; ABC affiliates in NFL cities were allowed to carry the show a half-hour earlier) 8:30 Falcon Replay (highlights of Falcons-Packers) 9 PM Liberty Bowl: USC-Texas A&M 12 M News (time approximate) 12:30 Mission: Impossible WDEF Ch. 12 Chattanooga (CBS) 6:25 Farm Report 6:30 Sunrise Semester 7 AM Morning Show 8 AM CBS News 9 AM Captain Kangaroo 10 AM Price Is Right 11 AM Gambit 11:30 Love Of Life 11:55 CBS News 12 N News 12:25 Paul Harvey 12:30 Search For Tomorrow 1 PM That Girl 1:30 As The World Turns 2:30 Guiding Light 3 PM All In The Family 3:30 Match Game '75 (Pat Crowley, Gary Burghoff, Joyce Bulifant, Charles Nelson Reilly, Richard Dawson, Brett Somers) 4 PM Tattletales (Theresa Merritt and Ben Hines, Gavin MacLeod and Patti Steele, Charlie Brill and Mitzi McCall) 4:30 Merv Griffin (Anne Murray, Sam Levenson, Dody Goodman, Arthur Murray dance studios president Harold Plummer and two of his instructors--Terri and Dick Raymond) 5:55 Paul Harvey 6 PM News 6:30 CBS News 7 PM Gunsmoke 8 PM Rhoda 8:30 Phyllis 9 PM All In The Family 9:30 Maude 10 PM Medical Center 11 PM News 11:30 CBS Movie: "A Great American Tragedy" WMAZ Ch. 13 Macon (CBS) 6:50 News 7 AM CBS News 8 AM Captain Kangaroo 9 AM Let's Talk It Over (topic: Al-Anon) 9:30 General Hospital 10 AM Price Is Right 11 AM Gambit 11:30 Love Of Life 11:55 CBS News 12 N Young And The Restless 12:30 Search For Tomorrow 1 PM Almanac 1:15 Date With Del 1:30 As The World Turns 2:30 Guiding Light 3 PM All In The Family 3:30 Match Game '75 4 PM Tattletales 4:30 Ironside 5:30 To Tell The Truth (Bill Cullen, Peggy Cass, Gene Rayburn, Kitty Carlisle) 6 PM News 6:30 CBS News 7 PM Truth Or Consequences 7:30 Let's Make A Deal 8 PM Rhoda 8:30 Phyllis 9 PM All In The Family 9:30 Maude 10 PM Medical Center 11 PM News 11:30 CBS Movie: "A Great American Tragedy" WDCO Ch. 15 (WMUM Ch. 29) Cochran/ WCLP (WNGH) Ch. 18 Chatsworth (PBS) Again, not sure about in-school programs. 4 PM Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 4:30 Sesame Street 5:30 Electric Company 6 PM Villa Alegre 6:30 Gettin' Over 7 PM Lilias, Yoga And You 7:30 Byline 8 PM The Nutcracker 9:30 Woman (author Susan Braudy discusses her divorce and readjustment to single life) 10 PM The Onedin Line sign off 11 PM WTCG (WPCH) Ch. 17 Atlanta (Ind.) 6 AM Buck Owens (guest: singer Kay Adams) 6:30 Romper Room 7 AM Three Stooges/Little Rascals 8 AM Leave It To Beaver 8:30 Hazel 9 AM I Love Lucy (the Ricardos and Mertzes are trapped in a Swiss avalanche) 9:30 Andy Griffith 10 AM Movie: "Home In Indiana" 12 N Love, American Style 12:30 The Lucy Show (guests: Mel Torme, John Bubbles, Paul Winchell) 1 PM Movie: "The Forbidden Street" 3 PM Mickey Mouse Club 3:30 Flintstones 4 PM Gilligan's Island 4:30 I Love Lucy (Lucy calls Little Ricky from Rome on his birthday) 5 PM Partridge Family 5:30 Beverly Hillbillies 6 PM That Girl 6:30 Andy Griffith 7 PM Gomer Pyle, USMC 7:30 Hogan's Heroes 8 PM Perry Mason 9 PM Movie: "Somewhere In The Night" 11 PM Love, American Style 11:30 Movie: "The Mask Of Diijon" 1 AM Movie: "The Forbidden Street" 2:55 News 3:15 Open Up 4:45 My Little Margie WETV (WPBA) Ch. 30 Atlanta (PBS) Again, not sure about in-school programs. 4 PM Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 4:30 Sesame Street 5:30 Electric Company 6 PM Villa Alegre 6:30 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 7 PM Medicine At Emory (topic: dentistry) 7:30 Black Atlanta Today (historic places such as Martin Luther King Jr.'s birthplace; the site of Atlanta's first black radio station, which was also the nation's) 8 PM Playback (the rock group Tangent performs) 8:30 Consumer Survival Kit 9 PM Berlioz' Requiem ("Grand Messe des Morts" is performed by the Music For Youth Symphony Orchestra and Concert Wind Ensemble, University of Wisconsin and Milton College) 10:30 The Romantic Rebellion (Kenneth Clark discusses Rodin) 11 PM Captioned ABC News sign off 11:30 PM WCWB (WMGT) Ch. 41 Macon (NBC) 7 AM Today 9 AM Phil Donahue (Dr. Thomas Gordon discusses his book "Parent Effectiveness Training.") 10 AM Celebrity Sweepstakes 10:30 Wheel Of Fortune 11:30 Hollywood Squares 12 N High Rollers 12:30 Magnificent Marble Machine 12:55 NBC News 1 PM News 1:05 Noon Over Middle Georgia 1:30 Days Of Our Lives 2:30 The Doctors 3 PM Another World 4 PM Somerset 4:30 Animal World 5 PM Star Trek 6 PM News 6:30 NBC News 7 PM I Dream Of Jeannie 7:30 Have Gun, Will Travel 8 PM NBC Movie: "Scrooge" 10 PM NBC News Special 11 PM Rifleman 11:30 Tonight Show WTCI Ch. 45 Chattanooga (PBS) Again, not sure about in-school programs. 3:30 Lilias, Yoga And You 4 PM Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 4:30 Sesame Street 5:30 Electric Company 6 PM Youth In Trouble 7 PM Playing Bridge With The Experts 7:30 Evening Edition With Martin Agronsky 8 PM The Nutcracker 9:30 Realidades (the Ballet Folklorico Mexicano de Graciela Tapia) 10 PM Christmas Music (the Hixson First Baptist Church choir) 10:30 Black On Black WHAE (WGCL) Ch. 46 Atlanta (Ind.) 9:30 Underdog 10 AM New Zoo Revue 10:30 Life In The Spirit 11 AM Pattern For Living 11:30 700 Club 1 PM Real McCoys 1:30 Dennis The Menace 2 PM Lone Ranger 2:30 Huck And Yogi 3 PM Porky Pig 3:30 Popeye 4 PM Batman (John Astin as the Riddler) 4:30 Superman 5 PM Brady Bunch 5:30 Room 222 6 PM Salvation Army Christmas Service 6:30 New Year's Promise (Davey and Goliath make resolutions for the upcoming year.) 7 PM Brady Bunch 7:30 Courtship Of Eddie's Father 8 PM 700 Club 9:30 Life In The Spirit 10 PM Acts 29 10:30 Good News 11 PM Laurel And Hardy ("Best Of Groucho" takes over this timeslot Jan. 5.) 11:30 Honeymooners sign off 12 M WRIP (WDSI) Ch. 61 Chattanooga (Ind.) 3:55 Dr. J. Harold Smith 4 PM Underdog 4:30 Letters To Santa Claus 5 PM Tell It And Sell It 6 PM New Zoo Revue 6:30 Sid Hughes Gospel Hour 7:30 Grace Cathedral 8:30 TBA 9 PM Sid Hughes Gospel Hour 10 PM Roller Derby 11 PM Dr. J. Harold Smith sign off 11:05 PM I had a feeling school might be out but wasn't sure. As for "Magnificent Marble Machine," I think the reason for the 12:30 slot was temporary. NBC had just canceled a show called "Three For The Money," hosted by Dick Enberg, and a new show called "Take My Advice," with hostess Kelly Lange, wasn't scheduled to debut until January. With the Peacock Network experimenting with an hour-long "Wheel Of Fortune," "High Rollers" was temporarily moved from 11 AM to noon, and "Magnificent Marble Machine" from noon to 12:30. According to Castleman and Podrazik's "The TV Schedule Book," NBC's 10 AM-1 PM (ET) lineup in the winter of 1976 was: 10 AM Celebrity Sweepstakes 10:30 High Rollers (new time) 11 AM Wheel Of Fortune 11:30 Hollywood Squares 12 N Magnificent Marble Machine 12:30 Take My Advice 12:55 NBC News So no, your memory is not playing tricks on you. Retro: The City of the Angels and Environs, Oct 1, 1972 It's time to go out to Tinsel-town in this season of tinsel. Los Angeles, California: (2) KNXT (CBS O&O; now KCBS on digital 43; PSIP 2) (4) KNBC (NBC O&O; now digital 36; PSIP 4) (5) KTLA (Independent; now CW affiliate on digital 31; PSIP 5) (7) KABC (ABC O&O; now digital 7; PSIP same) (9) KHJ (Independent; now KCAL on digital 9; PSIP same) (11) KTTV (Independent; now FOX O&O on digital 11; PSIP same) (13) KCOP (Independent; now MyNetworkTV affiliate on digital 13; PSIP same) (22) KWHY (Independent; now Spanish-language station on digital 42; PSIP 22) (28) KCET (PBS; now Independent public station on digital 28; PSIP same) (34) KMEX (Spanish-language Independent; now digital 34; PSIP same) (40) KLXA (Spanish-language Independent; now Trinity Broadcasting Network O&O on digital 33; PSIP 40) Glendale, California: (30) KHOF (religious Independent; now ION affiliate licensed to San Bernardino on digital 38; PSIP 30) Corona, California: (52) KBSC (Independent; now KVEA, a Telemundo O&O on digital 39; PSIP 52) Santa Barbara, California: [3] KEYT (ABC; now digital 27; PSIP 3) San Bernardino, California: [24] KVCR (PBS; now digital 26; PSIP 24) Palm Springs, California: [36] KMIR (NBC; now digital 46; PSIP 36) [42] KPLM (ABC; now KESQ on digital 42; PSIP same) For programs on channel 8 in Santa Barbara, see KEYT; for programs on channel 82 in Palm Springs, see KPLM MORNING 6:15 a.m. (11) Christopher Closeup 6:30 (11) Bible Answers--religion 7:00 (2) Archie's Fun House--CBS Sunday-morning cartoon (4) Christopher Closeup (different episode from KTTV) (5) Stream of Faith--probably local religion (9) Hour of Deliverance (11) Unit One--local public affairs (13) Ask Congress (unsure if local or syndicated) 7:15 (13) Social Security--government film (I beileve) 7:30 (2) Harlem Globetrotters--CBS (4) Around the World in 80 Days--NBC cartoon (?) (5) Mormon Tabernacle Choir (9) Billy James Hargis and His All-American Kids--the right-wing evangelist takes on "America's sea strength, Vietnam and X-rated movies" (11) Elementary News--probably local public affairs, apparently about education (13) Sacred Heart---Catholic devotional 7:45 (13) Christopher Closeup--yet another different episode 8:00 (2) Lamp Unto My Feet--long-running CBS show about religion (4) Talking With a Giant--appears to be local show for teenagers (5) Rex Humbard (7) It Is Written (9) Herald of Truth (11) Wonderama--syndicated version of sister Metromedia station WNEW's famed kiddie show, hosted by Bob McAllister (13) Revival Fires 8:30 (2) Look Up and Live--another CBS religious show (4) Serendipity--local childrens' show with an emphasis on education (7) Campus Profile--local public affairs (9) Day of Discovery (13) I Believe in Miracles 9:00 (2) Today's Religion--apparently local (4) Challenge My Sermon--you read right; a local pastor submitted his thoughts to a panel of college kids, who in turn, grilled him on the topic (that's 1970s California for you right there in a nutshell--try that in Alabama or Iowa or elsewhere) (5) Day of Discovery (7) Kingdom of Carealot--probably local children's show (9) Oral Roberts (13) Brother Al--probably local religion (34) Musica Y Palabras 9:30 (2) Pro Football Pre-Game Show (except for the 1974 season when CBS did some experimenting with the format, the "NFL Today" titled has been used since 1964, according to Wikipedia) [3] Film--no title given (4) Meet the Press--Democratic presidential nominee George McGovern's wife Eleanor was the guest today (5) Amazing Prophecies--religion (7) Angie's Garage (no idea about this one ...) (9) I Believe in Miracles (I think you would about have to to watch this instead of football--!!!) (13) Old Time Gospel Hour--of course, Jerry Falwell's broadcast from the Thomas Road Baptist Church in Lynchburg, Virginia (34) Esta Es La Vida 9:45 [3] Accion De La Comunidad--local Spanish-speaking public affairs (almost has to be) 10:00 (2) NFL Football--Los Angeles Rams vs. Atlanta Falcons (played on the road; no blackout) [3] (7) Curiosity Shop--ABC children's educational series (4) [36] NFL Football--Baltimore Colts vs. Buffalo Bills (5) Hour of Power--Robert Schuller's broadcast from the Crystal Cathedral in Garden Grove, California (for info about the deteriorating state of that church now, see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Crystal_Cathedral) (9) Movie--"The Trap," 1959 (34) Frente A La Vida 10:30 (13) Faith for Today (30) Social Security (34) Voces Del Seminario 10:40 (11) Baseball Pre-Game Show 10:45 (30) Focus on Faith 11:00 [3] (7) [42] Bullwinkle--ABC cartoon (5) Old Time Gospel Hour (13) Church in the Home--possibly local religion (30) Church Service--denomination unspecified (34) Pantalla Dominical 11:10 (11) Major League Baseball--Los Angeles Dodgers vs. Cincinnati Reds (Vin Scully, Jerry Doggett commentators) 11:30 [3] (7) [42] Make a Wish--ABC educational children's show, hosted by Tom Chapin (9) Movie--"Union Station," 1950 AFTERNOON 12:00 p.m. [3] Consultation--"medicine," whatever that means (5) Baron--rerun of 1960s British/ITC spy drama (7) Movie--"Domino Kid," 1957 (13) Essentially Sex--on Sunday? Yep, this is L.A. at its swingingest (30) Deaf Hear--religion [42] NFL Game of the Week--syndicated 12:30 [3] Voice of Agriculture--appears to be local (13) Open Forum--local public affairs (30) Treehouse Club--local children's show, perhaps? [42] Sports Challenge--game show hosted by Dick Enberg 1:00 (2) Face the Nation--tape-delayed because of football [3] World Horizons (4) [36] NFL Football: San Diego Chargers vs. Oakland Raiders (5) Movie--"Come and Get It," 1936 (9) Movie--"Arabian Nights," 1942 (13) KCOP News (28) Phoenix Women's Tennis Classic--Bud Collins, Ann Jones commentators (30) Church Service--denomination unspecified (34) Tribuna Publica [42] Ski Scene--maybe local 1:30 (2) Camera Three--CBS show about the fine arts [3] (7) [42] Issues and Answers (13) Voice of Calvary--religion [42] Roller Game--part of the roller derby craze at the time 2:00 (2) Belief--local religious show (probably delayed from the morning, where it likely aired when football didn't air) [3] University Dialogue--probably local public affairs (7) Movie--"Just for You," 1952 (11) Outer Limits--rerun of 1960s sci-fi show (13) Day of Discovery (30) Amazing Prophecies (34) Festival Filmico 2:30 (2) Dr. Irene Kassorla--local psychologist had her own show [3] Forum--local public affairs (13) Swingin' Wheels--about cars, maybe? [24] Electric Company (first of a "stack" of five episodes, probably from previous week) (30) The Answer--religious drama 3:00 (2) Newsmakers--local public affairs; interview (this was the title also used by sister station WCBS and perhaps WBBM) [3] Youth in the '70s (5) Portuguese Bend Horse Show--"Portuguese Bend" refers to the area around the Palos Verdes peninsula south of L.A. (9) Movie--"Casablanca," 1942 (yes, the original) (11) Movie--"First Man Into Space," 1959 (13) Virginian [24] Electric Company (30) Prayer Group--religion 3:30 (2) Movie--"Tammy and the Bachelor," 1957 [3] (52) Campus Profile--presumably syndicated show about medical/health topics (what an odd title, though) [24] Electric Company (30) Old Fashioned Gospel Hour (NOT Jerry Falwell; evangelist here unknown) [42] It Is Written 4:00 [3] (7) College Football '72--ABC weekly wrap-up of NCAA games from previous day, hosted by Bill Flemming (not to be confused with Art Fleming of "Jeopardy!"--note the single "m" in his name) (4) Sunday--local public affairs (5) College Football--tape-delayed broadcast of USC-Michigan State game (probably blacked out from previous day); Chick Hearn, commentator [24] Electric Company (28) Consultation--medical/health show (34) Toros De Espana [36] This Is The Life (40) Panorama Latino En Domingo [42] Rex Humbard (52) Corona Now--local public affairs 4:30 (11) Movie--"A Night at the Opera," 1935 (13) Batman--rerun of campy 1960s ABC show (22) You!--medical/health show [24] Electric Company (28) World Press (30) Challenge of Truth--religion [36] Edge of Eternity (52) Felix the Cat 5:00 (2) Young People's Concert--periodic CBS classical music broadcast for kids; performances this day included Haydn's Symphony No. 97 in C Major, Strauss' "Blue Danube Waltz," Ravel's "La Valse," and a scherzo from Beethoven's "Eroica" [3] Sportscope--unknown if local or syndicated (7) Celebrity Bowling--this was actually a game show, not a tournament (9) [42] Notre Dame Highlights--Lindsey Nelson, Paul Hornung, hosts (13) Daniel Boone (22) Garner Ted Armstrong [24] World Press (28) What Shall We Do With Thursday's Child?--PBS special about the debate over how much handicapped children should be educated (30) Perspective--actually a music program, according to listings (34) Fanfarria Falcon [36] Mantovani (52) Kimba--Japanese anime cartoon 5:30 [3] Dragnet (4) John McKay--USC football coach's show (7) KABC News--Barney Morris, anchor (22) Korean Variety Hour [24] to be announced (30) American Religious Town Hall--long-running inter-religious debate show (34) Do-Re-Mi--variety show [36] Lee Trevino's Golf for Swingers (52) Speed Racer 5:45 [24] West of Wall Street--possibly a show about local finance EVENING 6:00 (2) 60 Minutes--according to the listing, it would be shown sporadically during the football station (this is somewhat different from what had been previously known about the scheduling of it before 1975) [3] Movie--"Now You See It, Now You Don't," 1968 (4) Primus--syndicated adventure series (5) Movie--"Nevada Smith," 1966 (7) I Am Somebody--local public affairs, with an emphasis on consumerism (apparently) (9) Explorers--Leslie Nielsen hosted this syndie series (13) Tom Jones (22) Korean News Highlights [24] 20th Century Dialogues--probably PBS (30) Hour of Power (34) Noticero [36] Travelogue (40) Teatro Del Domingo [42] Mobile World--probably travelogue (note competitor KMIR--36--above) (52) Three Stooges 6:30 (4) Thrillseekers--probably another syndie adventure show (7) Eyewitness--local public affairs (9) Beverly Hillbillies (11) Movie--"Voyage to the Planet of Prehistoric Women," 1966 (that's what it says, folks ...) (22) Korean Drama (28) A Public Affair/Election '72--a look at voters in Bucks County, Pennsylvania (34) Lucecita [36] Call of the West--obscure old Western (any info on this?) (52) to be announced 7:00 (2) KNXT News--Clete Roberts, anchor (4) Wild Kingdom--topic: animals caught in a forest fire in Montana (7) Family Classics--animated; "Cinderella" and "Hiawatha" (NOT the same as the long-running show on WGN in Chicago; that program was live-action films) (9) This Is Your Life--Ralph Edwards trying to make a go of a remake (13) Passport to Travel (22) Japanese Family Drama [24] (28) Zoom (30) Impact--probably religious drama [36] Lassie [42] Lawrence Welk 7:30 (2) Anna and the King--short-lived Yul Brynner vehicle (4) [36] Wonderful World of Disney--tonight, a California songwriter and his pet coyote try to make in Nashville--before hunters get to the animal first (9) Movie--"Move Over, Darling," 1963 (13) Three Passports to Adventure [24] (28) Just Generation--PBS show about law, with a sketch format (30) Quest for Life (34) La Criada Bien Criada (52) Addams Family 8:00 (2) M*A*S*H--brand new show [3] (7) [42] FBI--Efrem Zimbalist, Jr. on the trail of cons, crooks, and other miscreants (11) Movie--"Viva Zapata," 1952 (rebroadcast from Saturday afternoon) (13) David Frost--Orson Welles, guest (22) Nippon No Uta--Japanese-language show [24] (28) Family Game--NOT the 1960s Chuck Barris game hosted by Bob Barker; this was PBS show about conflicts between teenagers and parents (the so-called "generation gap" of the day) (30) Living Faith (34) El Carruaje (40) Cine Del Domingo (52) Movie--"The Life of Emile Zola," 1937 8:30 (2) Sandy Duncan Show--short-lived reformatting of her "Funny Face" the previous season; this ran until December (4) [36] NBC Sunday Mystery Movie: McCloud (5) Roller Game--"L.A. T-Birds meet the Brooklyn Devils"--!! [24] (28) French Chef--Julia Child's recipe: three-course chicken dinner 9:00 (2) New Dick Van Dyke Show (first format) [3] (7) [42] Movie--"Love Story," 1970 (22) Samurai Revolution--Japanese-language public affairs, perhaps? [24] (28) Masterpiece Theatre--"Vanity Fair," part one (34) Y Ahora Silvia 9:30 (2) Mannix (9) KHJ News (13) Big Question--probably local public affairs (30) It Is Written 10:00 (4) [36] Night Gallery (5) KTLA News (9) Community Feedback--local public affairs (11) KTTV News (22) Japanese News Highlights [24] Firing Line--Jimmy Hoffa (that's right), guest (28) Gregor Piatigorsky--local profile of a USC music instructor (30) Church Service--denomination unspecified (34) Pandorama--variety show (40) Tempo Italiano (52) Lou Gordon--Detroit-based talk show seen on the Kaiser stations (KBSC was one) 10:15 (22) Film 10:30 (2) Protectors--another British ITC import (4) Film--no title given (5) Garner Ted Armstrong (13) KCOP News--Chuck Cecil, anchor 11:00 (2) KNXT News--Clete Roberts, anchor [3] ABC News--Bill Beutel (4) KNBC News--Jess Marlow, anchor (5) Rex Humbard (7) KABC News--Barney Morris, anchor (9) Movie--"Molin Rouge," 1952 (11) Movie--"Lafayette," French; 1963 (13) I Believe in Miracles (all right, enough, already ... !) (28) David Susskind--hard-hitting talk for a full two hours [42] Movie--title not given 11:15 (2) CBS News--Dan Rather 11:30 (2) Name of the Game--rerun of 1968-71 "wheel show" (4) Tonight Show--NBC rerun (7) ABC News (13) Movie--"Hercules, Samson and Ulysses," Italian; 1963 11:45 (7) Movie--"Tom Jones," English; 1963 1:00 a.m. (2) Movie--"The Guy Who Came Back," 1951 (4) KNBC News 1:30 (13) Movie--"Black Sheep," 1935 2:30 (2) KNXT News 2:55 (13) KCOP News Retro: Eastern Virginia Monday, December 21, 1970 From TV Guide, Eastern Virginia Edition: NOTE: WHRO/15 Norfolk (PBS) is off the air until approximately January 4 for installation of a new transmitter. WTAR (WTKR) Ch. 3 Norfolk (CBS) 5:55 These Things We Share 6:10 Town And Country 6:20 Sunrise Semester: "Urban Man" 6:50 Lift Up Mine Eyes 7 AM CBS News (John Hart) 7:30 Flibbertigibbet 8 AM Captain Kangaroo 9 AM Dick Lamb (local talk show) 10 AM The Lucy Show (guest: Danny Kaye) 10:30 Beverly Hillbillies 11 AM Family Affair 11:30 Love Of Life 12 N Where The Heart Is 12:25 CBS News (Douglas Edwards) 12:30 Search For Tomorrow 1 PM Mildred Alexander 1:30 As The World Turns 2 PM Love Is A Many Splendored Thing 2:30 Guiding Light 3 PM Secret Storm 3:30 Edge Of Night 4 PM Gomer Pyle, USMC 4:30 Daniel Boone 5:30 Hazel 6 PM News, Weather, Sports 6:30 CBS News (Walter Cronkite) 7 PM Dick Van Dyke 7:30 Gunsmoke 8:30 Here's Lucy 9 PM Mayberry R.F.D. 9:30 Doris Day (guest: Billy DeWolfe) 10 PM Carol Burnett (guests: Nanette Fabray and Michele Lee) 11 PM News, Weather, Sports 11:30 Merv Griffin (Ben Gazzara, Richard Pryor, author Robert Carson-no relation to Johnny, AFAIK) WSVA (WHSV) Ch. 3 Harrisonburg (NBC/ABC) 8 AM Today (guests include singer Helen O'Connell, JIP) 9 AM Bugs Bunny/Porky Pig 9:30 Galloping Gourmet (shrimp and cabbage omelet) 10 AM Dinah's Place (physicist Julius Sumner Miller, sewing expert Francine Coffey) 10:30 Concentration 11 AM Sale Of The Century 11:30 Hollywood Squares (Zsa Zsa Gabor, Ruta Lee, Kent McCord, Jan Murray, Suzanne Pleshette, Tony Randall, Phil Silvers, Charley Weaver, Paul Lynde) 12 N Bewitched 12:30 A World Apart 1 PM All My Children 1:30 Let's Make A Deal 2 PM Newlywed Game 2:30 Dating Game (guest: Nipsey Russell) 3 PM General Hospital 3:30 One Life To Live 4 PM Dark Shadows 4:30 Jeff's Collie (Jeff inherits Lassie from a relative but can't understand the dog's strange behavior, with "Dialing For Dollars") 5 PM Daniel Boone (w/"Dialing For Dollars") 6 PM ABC News (Howard K. Smith/Harry Reasoner) 6:30 News, Weather, Sports (still in black and white) 7 PM That Good Ole Nashville Music (Roy Drusky, the Glaser Brothers, Del Reeves) 7:30 The Young Lawyers (watch for Jess Walton, aka Jill Abbott on "The Young And The Restless") 8:30 The Silent Force 9 PM NBA: Lakers-Bucks 11 PM News, Weather, Sports (time approximate) 11:30 Dick Cavett (resuming Monday-night shows after a 10-week hiatus) WTVR Ch. 6 Richmond (CBS) 6 AM Sunrise Semester: "Renaissance Art" 6:30 Virginia Today 7 AM CBS News 8 AM Richmond Today 8:30 Romper Room 9 AM Captain Kangaroo 10 AM The Lucy Show 10:30 Beverly Hillbillies 11 AM Family Affair 11:30 Love Of Life 12 N Where The Heart Is 12:25 CBS News 12:30 Search For Tomorrow 1 PM Peyton Place 1:30 As The World Turns 2 PM Love Is A Many Splendored Thing 2:30 Guiding Light 3 PM Secret Storm 3:30 Edge Of Night 4 PM Gomer Pyle, USMC 4:30 Bozo/Sooper Dog 5 PM Daniel Boone 6 PM News, Weather, Sports 6:30 CBS News 7 PM News, Weather 7:30 Gunsmoke 8:30 Here's Lucy 9 PM Mayberry R.F.D. 9:30 Doris Day 10 PM Carol Burnett 11 PM News, Weather, Sports 11:30 Merv Griffin WXEX (WRIC) Ch. 8 Petersburg-Richmond (ABC) 7 AM R.F.D. 8 7:30 News 8 AM Contact 8:50 Fashions In Sewing 9 AM Virginia Graham (Bob Crane, Elizabeth Allen, Fabian, Marty Brill, a hat designer, w/"Dialing For Dollars") 10 AM The Saint (w/"Dialing For Dollars") 11 AM Divorce Court (w/"Dialing For Dollars") 11:30 That Girl 12 N Bewitched 12:30 A World Apart 1 PM All My Children 1:30 Let's Make A Deal 2 PM Newlywed Game 2:30 Dating Game 3 PM General Hospital 3:30 One Life To Live 4 PM David Frost (Ann Landers, singer Tom Rush, the Three Degrees, author-poet Kenneth Koch (explaining how he taught children on New York's Lower East Side to write poetry), psychiatrist Leopold Bellak (who thinks all political candidates should be administered personality tests, w/"Dialing For Dollars") 5:30 Gilligan's Island 6 PM News, Weather, Sports 6:30 Truth Or Consequences 7 PM Dragnet 7:30 The Young Lawyers 8:30 The Silent Force 9 PM NBA: Lakers-Bucks 11 PM News, Weather, Sports (time approximate) 11:30 Movie: "Drums Across The River" 1 AM News WAVY Ch. 10 Norfolk (NBC) 6:30 Farm Show 7 AM Today 9 AM David Frost (Hal Holbrook, Jane Goodall, Stanley Myron Handelman, Rip Taylor, singer Gerri Granger, w/"Dialing For Dollars") 10 AM Dinah's Place 10:30 Concentration 11 AM Sale Of The Century 11:30 Hollywood Squares 12 N Jeopardy! 12:30 Who, What Or Where 12:55 NBC News (Floyd Kalber) 1 PM Another World/Somerset 1:30 News Magazine 2 PM Days Of Our Lives 2:30 The Doctors 3 PM Another World/Bay City 3:30 I Love Lucy 4 PM Wild Wild West 5 PM Star Trek/Invaders (I assume the two alternated days, and since "Star Trek" lasted longer it would have more episodes and air Mon/Wed/Fri) 6 PM News, Weather, Sports 6:30 NBC News (the Chancellor/Brinkley/McGee triumvirate) 7 PM Petticoat Junction (the beginning of Betty Jo's romance with Steve Elliott) 7:30 Red Skelton (guest: Leslie Nielsen as a cop reluctant to arrest Freddie the Freeloader for illegally selling chestnuts at Christmas) 8 PM Rowan And Martin's Laugh-In (guest: Greer Garson) 9 PM NBC Movie: "Better A Widow" 11 PM News, Weather, Sports 11:30 Tonight Show (Jerry Lewis subs for Johnny all week) 1 AM News, Weather, Sports WWBT Ch. 12 Richmond (NBC) 6:30 Virginia Almanac 7 AM Today 9 AM Betty Feezor 9:30 Movie Game 10 AM Dinah's Place 10:30 Concentration 11 AM Sale Of The Century 11:30 Hollywood Squares 12 N Jeopardy! 12:30 Who, What Or Where 12:55 NBC News 1 PM Another World/Somerset 1:30 Words And Music 2 PM Days Of Our Lives 2:30 The Doctors 3 PM Another World/Bay City 3:30 Flintstones 4 PM Petticoat Junction 4:30 Star Trek 5:30 News, Weather, Sports 6 PM Perry Mason 7 PM NBC News 7:30 Red Skelton 8 PM Rowan And Martin's Laugh-In 9 PM NBC Movie: "Better A Widow" 11 PM News, Weather, Sports 11:30 Tonight Show WVEC Ch. 13 Norfolk (ABC) 6:30 Film (how to prepare for emergencies) 7 AM Comedy Time 8 AM Good Morning 9 AM To Tell The Truth (Orson Bean, Chelsea Brown, Kitty Carlisle, Bill Cullen) 9:30 Movie: "It Started With Eve" 11:20 Fashions In Sewing 11:30 That Girl 12 N Bewitched 12:30 A World Apart 1 PM All My Children 1:30 Let's Make A Deal 2 PM Newlywed Game 2:30 Dating Game 3 PM General Hospital 3:30 One Life To Live 4 PM Timmy And Lassie 4:30 Flintstones/Bungles 5 PM Beat The Clock 5:30 News, Weather, Sports 6 PM ABC News 6:30 Big Valley 7:30 The Young Lawyers 8:30 The Silent Force 9 PM NBA: Lakers-Bucks 11 PM News, Weather, Sports (time approximate) 11:35 Movie: "The Quiet American" 1:55 News WCVE Ch. 23 Richmond (PBS) no indication if in-school programming is airing today 4 PM Sesame Street (guest: Lorne Greene) 5 PM Mister Rogers' Neighborhood (guest: Van Cliburn) 5:30 Sesame Street 6:30 Fanfare ("San Francisco Rock At The Family Dog": the Jefferson Airplane, the Grateful Dead, Santana) 7:30 American System (the Virginia House of Delegates is used to explain the evolution of the law) 8 PM Drug Scene (topic: LSD; guests: Dr. George Bright of Medical College of Virginia, and Dr. John Buckman, associate professor of psychiatry, University of Virginia) 9 PM Christmas Through The Years 10 PM Consultation (preventing and treating cancer) 10:30 Your Right To Say It WYAH (WGNT) Ch. 27 Portsmouth (Ind.) 3 PM Panorama 3:30 Romper Room 4:30 Mister Ed 5 PM Leave It To Beaver 5:30 Jim And Tammy 6:30 Flipper 7 PM News, Weather, Sports 7:30 America Sings 8 PM Christmas Music (performed by students of Kecoughtan (pronounced kick-a-tan) High School, Hampton, VA) 9 PM Film 9:30 The Story 10 PM Stories Of Success 10:30 News, Weather, Sports RETRO: MILWAUKEE - 09/11/1995 Monday, September 11, 1995 WTMJ NBC4 05:00AM News at Sunrise 05:30AM News 07:00AM Today 09:00AM Maury 10:00AM St. Elsewhere 11:00AM News 11:30AM News 12:00PM Days of Our Lives 01:00PM Another World 02:00PM Jerry Springer 03:00PM American Journal 03:30PM Jeopardy! 04:00PM News 05:00PM News 05:30PM NBC News 06:00PM News 06:30PM Wheel of Fortune 07:00PM Mike Holmgren 07:30PM MOVIE: Thelma & Louise 10:00PM News 10:35PM The Tonight Show with Jay Leno 11:35PM Entertainment Tonight 12:05AM Late Night with Conan O'Brien 01:05AM Rush Limbaugh 01:35AM Later with Greg Kinnear 02:05AM News 02:40AM CNN Headline News 03:30AM NBC News Nightside WITI FOX6 05:00AM This Morning's Business 05:30AM Wake-Up 07:00AM Wake-Up 09:00AM Gordon Elliott 10:00AM Mark Walberg 11:00AM George and Alana 12:00PM News 01:00PM Rescue 911 01:30PM Court TV 02:00PM Geraldo 03:00PM Gabrielle 04:00PM Day and Date 05:00PM News 05:30PM News 06:00PM News 06:30PM America's Most Wanted 07:00PM Melrose Place 08:00PM Partners 08:30PM Ned and Stacey 09:00PM News 10:00PM News 10:35PM M*A*S*H 11:05PM Cheers 11:35PM Real Stories of the Highway Patrol 12:05AM Top Cops 12:35AM Montel Williams 01:35AM Murphy Brown 02:05AM Mark Walberg 03:05AM Gordon Elliott 04:05AM Real Stories of the Highway Patrol 04:35AM Paid Programming WISN ABC12 05:00AM News This Morning 05:30AM News 07:00AM Good Morning America 09:00AM Regis & Kathie Lee 10:00AM All My Children 11:00AM Jenny Jones 12:00PM News 12:30PM Mike & Maty 01:00PM One Life to Live 02:00PM General Hospital 03:00PM Hard Copy 03:30PM A Current Affair 04:00PM Oprah Winfrey 05:00PM News 05:30PM ABC News 06:00PM News 06:30PM Inside Edition 07:00PM Packers Monday Night 08:00PM NFL Football: Green Bay Packers at Chicago Bears 11:00PM News 11:35PM Nightline 12:05AM Rolonda 01:05AM News 01:35AM Paid Programming 02:05AM ABC World News Now WVTV IND18 06:00AM Biker Mice from Mars 06:30AM Sailor Moon 07:00AM Gargoyles 07:30AM Aladdin 08:00AM Bonkers 08:30AM Goof Troop 09:00AM Paid Programming 09:30AM Kenneth Copeland 10:00AM Paid Programming 10:30AM The Wonder Years 11:00AM Charles Perez 11:30AM The Wonder Years 12:00PM Richard Bey 01:00PM Tempestt 02:00PM Saved by the Bell 02:30PM Bots Master 03:00PM Doogie Howser, M.D. 03:30PM Blossom 04:00PM Carnie 05:00PM Ricki Lake 06:00PM Roseanne 06:30PM Seinfeld 07:00PM Kung Fu: The Legend Continues 08:00PM 1995 Miss Colleglate African-American Pageant 10:00PM Cops 10:30PM Cops 11:00PM Ricki Lake 12:00AM Paid Programming 12:30AM Paid Programming 01:00AM Doogie Howser, M.D. 01:30AM Dairyland Greyhound Report WCGV UPN24 05:00AM Superhuman Samurai Syber-Squad 05:30AM Bobby's World 06:00AM VR Troopers 06:30AM Highlander: The Animated Series 07:00AM Garfield and Friends 07:30AM Mighty Max 08:00AM Littlest Pet Shop 08:30AM Fox Cubhouse 09:00AM Paid Programming (4x) 11:00AM In the Heat of the Night 12:00PM Andy Griffith 12:30PM Paid Programming 01:00PM Matlock 02:00PM The Odd Couple 02:30PM Taz-Mania 03:00PM X-Men 03:30PM Adventures of Batman & Robin 04:00PM Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers 04:30PM Dinosaurs 05:00PM Family Matters 05:30PM Step by Step 06:00PM Fresh Prince of Bel-Air 06:30PM The Simpsons 07:00PM Star Trek: Voyager 08:00PM Nowhere Man 09:00PM Baywatch 10:00PM Fresh Prince of Bel-Air 10:30PM Married...with Children 11:00PM Baywatch 12:00AM Paid Programming 12:30AM Paid Programming 01:00AM Richard Bey 02:00AM Paid Programming (2x) 03:00AM Shepherd's Chapel WDJT CBS58 05:00AM Beverly Hillbillies 05:30AM Scooby-Doo 06:00AM Morning News 07:00AM This Morning 09:00AM Donahue 10:00AM The Price is Right 11:00AM Young & the Restless 12:00PM Shop 'Til You Drop 12:30PM Bold & the Beautiful 01:00PM As the World Turns 02:00PM Guiding Light 03:00PM Sally Jessy Raphael 04:00PM Danny! 05:00PM The Cosby Show 05:30PM CBS News 06:00PM EXTRA 06:30PM LAPD: Life on the Beat 07:00PM The Nanny 07:30PM Bless this House 08:00PM Murphy Brown 08:30PM Cybill 09:00PM Chicago Hope 10:05PM EXTRA 10:35PM Late Show with David Letterman 11:35PM Late Late Show with Tom Snyder 12:35AM Lauren Hutton And... 01:05AM Northern Exposure 02:05AM Up to the Minute 02:35AM Charles Perez 03:30AM Up to the Minute Retro: Kentucky Fri, Dec 25, 1992 from TV Guide-Kentucky edition 3 WAVE-NBC Louisville 4n WTTV-Ind Indianapolis 5 WLWT-NBC Cincinnati 9 WCPO-CBS Cincinnati 11 WHAS-ABC Louisville 12 WKRC-ABC Cincinnati 15 WKPC-PBS Louisville 18 WLEX-NBC Lexington 19 WXIX-Fox Cincinnati 21 WBNA-Ind Louisville 27 WKYT-CBS Lexington 32 WLKY-CBS Louisville 34 WGRB-Fox Campbellsville 36 WTVQ-ABC Lexington 41 WDRB-Fox Louisville 56 WDKY-Fox Danville 57 WYMT-CBS Hazard KET Kentucky Educational Television (PBS): WCVN 54-Covington, WKHA 35-Hazard, WKLE 46Lexington/Richmond, WKMJ 68-Louisville, WKMR 38-Morehead, WKON 52-Owenton, WKSO 29Somerset, WKZT 23-Elizabethtown Morning 5:00 3-5-18 NBC News Nightside 4n Movie "Here Come the Tigers" cont'd (Bad News Bears ripoff) 9 CBS News Up to the Minute 12 ABC World News Now 19 Highway to Heaven 21 Home Shopping Spree 41 Movie "Oh, God! You Devil" cont'd (George Burns does double duty as God and Satan, fighting over the soul of a struggling songwriter) 5:30 4n Odd Couple 5-18 NBC News at Sunrise 9-27 This Morning's Business 12 ABC World News This Morning 6:00 4n Bugs Bunny 5-9-12-27 News 11 ABC World News This Morning 15 Homestretch 19 Widget 32 This Morning's Business 36 Christmas Service (no info listed) 41 Flintstones 56 Stunt Dawgs 6:30 3-18 NBC News at Sunrise 4n DuckTales 15 To Life! 19 Woody Woodpecker 32 CBS Morning News 34 Ag Day 41-56 James Bond Jr. 6:45 15 AM Weather 7:00 3-5-18 Today (guests Sounds of Blackness) 4n Dennis the Menace (animated) 9-27-32-57 CBS This Morning (guest Amy Grant) 11-12-36 Good Morning America (guests Julliard String Quartet) 15 Nightly Business Report 19-41 Stunt Dawgs 34 This Morning's Business 56 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles KET Sesame Street 7:30 4n Stunt Dawgs 15 Where in the World is Carmen Sandiego? 19 James Bond Jr. 34-41-56 Beetlejuice 8:00 4n Inspector Gadget 15 Barney & Friends 19 Beetlejuice 21 Movie "Scrooge" 34 Merrie Melodies 41 Alvin & the Chipmunks 56 Tale Spin KET Shining Time Station 8:30 4n Flintstones 15 Savior is Born 19 Alvin & the Chipmunks 34 Tom & Jerry Kids 41 Woody Woodpecker 56 Chip 'n Dale Rescue Rangers KET Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 9:00 3 Sally Jessy Raphael (reuniting parents and kids after years of separation) 4n-41 Christmas Adventure 5 Phil Donahue 9-36 Regis & Kathie Lee (guests include Tony Randall) 11 Christmas Service (no info listed for this either) 12 Christmas at Washington Cathedral (live from the Sts. Peter & Paul Episcopal Cathedral, Washington) 15 Candles & Carols (Anderson University) 18-32 Montel Williams 19 Hogan Family 27 Hollywood Christmas Parade (the 61st annual, co-hosted by Bob Eubanks and Leeza Gibbons) 34 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 56 Happy Days 57 Highway to Heaven KET Shining Time Station (1 hr Christmas special) 9:30 19 Family Ties 34 Judge 56 Laverne & Shirley 10:00 3-5 Jerry Springer (women and racism) 4n Happy Days 9 Jeopardy! 11-12-36 Walt Disney World Christmas Parade (Ed McMahon and John Davidson join Joan Lunden and Regis Philbin) 15 Chanukah at Grover's Corner 18 Designing Women 19 Little House on the Prairie 21 Children's Christmas Parade (from Dallas) 32 Love Connection 34 Jenny Jones (moms involved with their daughter's boyfriend...in other words, cougars Grin) 41 227 56 Miracles of Faith 57 Phil Donahue KET Long Ago & Far Away 10:30 4n It's a Living 9 Family Feud Challenge 15 Christmas with the Notre Dame Glee Club (first aired in 1990) 18 Amen 32 That's Amore 41 Family Ties 11:00 3-5 Doctor Dean (dangerous pets) 4n In the Heat of the Night 9-27-32-57 Price is Right 15 Brandywine Christmas Carol (1985 concert of the University of Delaware Chorale) 18 Geraldo (alleged miracles, faith healings, and similar phenomena) 19 Emperor's New Clothes 21 James Robison 34 People's Court 41 Remington Steele 56 700 Club 11:30 3 Concentration 5 Faith Daniels 15-KET Great Performances "La Pastorela" 21 Victory with Morris Cerullo 34 Kentucky Morning Afternoon noon 3 Pepsi Generation Christmas (music from the Doss HS singers, Westport Middle School band, and Auburndale Elementary choir) 4n-41 Matlock 5-9-18 News 11-12-36 Blue-Gray All-Star Classic (the 55th annual, live from Montgomery) 19 Movie "Scrooge" (colorized version of the 1951 version of A Christmas Carol) 21 700 Club 27-57 Andy Griffith 32 Celebration of the Season (local choirs) 34 That's Amore 56 In the Heat of the Night 12:30 3-18 Faith Daniels 5 Cosby Show 9-27-32-57 Movie "The House Without a Christmas Tree" 34 Love Connection 1:00 3-18 Days of Our Lives 4n 700 Club 5 ALF (Santa Barbara usually aired 1-2) 15 Great Performances "Christmas in Vienna" (Diana Ross, Jose Carreras and Placido Domingo perform) 21 Home Shopping Spree 34 Highway to Heaven 41 I Love Lucy (bw) 56 People's Court KET Christmas at King's (from King's College, Cambridge, England) 1:30 5 ALF 41 Three's Company 56 Twilight Zone 2:00 3-5-18 Another World 4n-56 Swans Crossing 9-27-32-57 Movie "The Homecoming: A Christmas Story" (which inspired The Waltons) 15-KET Nutcracker (American Ballet Theatre, choreographed by Mikhail Baryshnikov) 19 Mr. Belvedere 21 Adventures of T-Rex 34 In the Heat of the Night 41 Webster 2:30 4n Woody Woodpecker 19 Inspector Gadget 21 Widget 41 Swans Crossing 56 Merrie Melodies 3:00 3-5-18 NBA: San Antonio-LA Clippers 4n-34 Chip 'n Dale Rescue Rangers 19 Dennis the Menace (animated) 21 Camp Candy 41 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 56 Tom & Jerry Kids 3:30 4n-34 Tale Spin 11-12-36 Aloha Bowl: Kansas-BYU, live from Honolulu 15 Kwanzaa: A Cultural Celebration 19-41 Merrie Melodies 21 DuckTales 56 Darkwing Duck KET Shining Time Station 4:00 4n-34 Darkwing Duck 9-27-32-57 Oprah Winfrey (reconciling with loved ones during the holidays) 15 Living Christmas Tree (Blackhawk Baptist, Fort Wayne IN) 19-41 Tom & Jerry Kids 21 Chip 'n Dale Rescue Rangers 56 Goof Troop KET Sesame Street 4:30 4n-34 Goof Troop 15 Chanukah at Grover's Corner 19-41-56 Tiny Toon Adventures (they were on the cover that week singing Christmas carols, with Plucky gagged) 21 Tale Spin 5:00 4n Full House 9 News 15 Great Performances "Christmas in Vienna" 19-41-56 Batman: The Animated Series 21 Darkwing Duck 27 Kentucky Christmas Chorus (taped on the 15th) 32 Celebration of the Season 34 Tiny Toon Adventures 57 Inside Edition (reunion of former hippies) 5:30 4n Who's the Boss? 19 Charles in Charge 21 Goof Troop 32 Hard Copy 34 Batman: The Animated Series 41 Wonder Years 56 Full House 57 News KET Where in the World is Carmen Sandiego? Evening 6:00 3-5-18-27-32-57 News 4n Full House 15 MacNeil-Lehrer NewsHour 19 Night Court 21 Highway to Heaven 34 Family Feud 41 Movie "It's a Wonderful Life" (bw) 56 Murphy Brown KET Square One Television 6:30 3-5-18 NBC Nightly News 4n Golden Girls 9-27-32-57 CBS Evening News 19 Married...with Children 34 Hard Copy 56 Dear John KET Club Connect 7:00 3-12-36 A Current Affair 4n Married...with Children 5 Inside Edition 9-27-32 Wheel of Fortune 11 Entertainment Tonight 15 Nightly Business Report 18 Golden Girls 19 Roseanne 21 Movie "It's a Wonderful Life" (colorized) 34 News 56 Cheers 57 Mama's Family KET MacNeil-Lehrer NewsHour 7:30 3-36 Family Feud 4n M*A*S*H 5 You Bet Your Life 9-27-32 Jeopardy! 11 Louisville Tonight Live 12-34 Entertainment Tonight 15 Where in the World is Carmen Sandiego? 18 Cosby Show 19 Murphy Brown 56 Married...with Children 57 Andy Griffith 8:00 3-5-18 Olympic Christmas (Bob Costas visits Olympic athletes who recall that year's Barcelona games) 4n Movie "Better Late Than Never" 9-27-32-57 Golden Palace 11-12-36 Family Matters 15 Washington Week in Review 19-34-41-56 Beverly Hills 90210 (1991 Christmas episode; 90 min) KET Comment on Kentucky 8:30 9-27-32-57 Major Dad 11-12-36 Step by Step 15 Wall Street Week KET McLaughlin Group 9:00 3-5-18 NBA: New York-Chicago 9-27-32-57 Designing Women 11-12-36 Dinosaurs "Refrigerator Day" (from 1991, a day when the dinosaurs celebrate cold storage...except for Earl, who got his repoed Cheesy) 15 McLaughlin Group 21 Hollywood Christmas Parade KET Washington Week in Review 9:30 9-27-32-57 Bob 11-12-36 Camp Wilder 15 Bottom Line 19-34-41-56 Likely Suspects KET Wall Street Week 10:00 4n-41 News 9-27-32-57 Picket Fences 11-12-36 20/20 15 Are You Being Served? 19-56 Star Trek: The Next Generation 34 ANC News KET Christmas to Remember 10:30 4n Golden Girls 15 Fawlty Towers 34 News 41 Barney Miller KET Sneak Previews 11:00 4n Married...with Children 9-11-12-27-32-57-KET News 15 Movie "Wings of the Morning" 19 M*A*S*H 21 Santa Claus is Coming to Town 34-41 Arsenio Hall (guest Dolly Parton) 36 1992: The Year in Review 56 Whoopi Goldberg (guest Wayne Newton) 11:20 57 Sports Overtime 11:30 3-5-18 News 4n Studs 9-56 Arsenio Hall 19 Magnum, PI 36 ABC News Nightline 11:35 11 M*A*S*H 12 Cheers 27 Dark Justice 32 Whoopi Goldberg Late Night midnight 4n Mama's Family 21 Christmas Cartoon Classics (holiday toons from the 30s and 40s) 34 Whoopi Goldberg 36 In Concert (Sylvester Stallone hosts a 1991 tribute to Elton John and musical partner Bernie Taupin, with Eric Clapton, Sting, the Who, Phil Collins, and Tina Turner performing) 41 Hunter 57 Renegade 12:05 3-5-18 Tonight Show (guests Garth Brooks and Tom Selleck) 11-12 ABC News Nightline 32 Dark Justice 12:30 4n 227 9 Jane Whitney (homosexuality and twins) 15 Jack Horkheimer: Star Hustler 19 Simon & Simon 34 Love Connection 56 Infomercial 12:35 11 Studs 12 Montel Williams 12:40 27 Kids in the Hall 1:00 4n Infomercial 21 Home Shopping Spree 34 Star Search 36 Jerry Springer 41 News 56 Love Connection 57 Sports Overtime 1:05 3-18 Late Night with David Letterman (guests Sylvester Stallone, and the Cowboy Junkies) 5-11 Rush Limbaugh 1:30 4n Movie "Grace Kelly" 9 Whoopi Goldberg 19 Twilight Zone (bw) 41 Brothers 56 Movie "Meet John Doe" (colorized) 1:35 5 Late Night with David Letterman 11 In Concert 12 Infatuation 1:40 27 Infomercial 32 Kids in the Hall 2:00 9 Kids in the Hall 19 Movie "Top Secret!" 34 Soul Train 41 Movie "Christmas Lilies of the Field" 2:05 3-18 Friday Night Videos "The Greatest Soul Singers Ever" (hosted by Johnny Gill and En Vogue) 12 That's Amore 2:35 5 Friday Night Videos 12 Home Shopping Spree 3:00 9 News 3:05 3 You Bet Your Life 18 NBC News Nightside 3:30 4n Movie "Return to Oz" 3:35 3-5 News 4:00 19 Barnaby Jones 41 Movie "Mary and Joseph: A Story of Faith" 4:10 3 NBC News Nightside 5 Hard Copy 4:30 56 Home Shopping Spree 4:40 5 NBC News Nightside Retro: "She-cogger," July 16, 1974 NOTE: This is the first of a (hopefully) marathon series of retros as a make-up to you all during this Christmas season, for what I didn't do in the past year or so. I'm going to try my darndest to get around to as many parts of the country as I have in my TVG collection. Keep a lookout for maybe your area. Here goes: Programs for Tuesday, July 16, 1974 Chicago, Illinois: (2) WBBM (CBS; now digital 12; PSIP 2) (5) WMAQ (NBC; now digital 29; PSIP 5) (7) WLS (ABC; now digital 44; PSIP 7) (9) WGN (Independent--now CW affiliate and "superstation"; now digital 19; PSIP 9) (11) WTTW (PBS; now digital 47; PSIP 11) (20) WXXW (Independent--as listed in TVG; however, station info uncertain; according to some sources, station was affiliated with PBS, but on different license from the later WYCC, which took over channel 20 in 1983) (26) WCIU (Independent; now digital 27; PSIP 26--NOTE: all programs broadcast in B&W) (32) WFLD (Independent--now FOX O&O; now digital 31; PSIP 32) (44) WSNS (Independent--now Telemundo O&O; now digital 45; PSIP 44) MORNING 5:50 a.m. (2) WBBM News (9) WGN News 6:00 (2) Summer Semester--"The American Presidency: The Men and the Office" (quite a timely topic given what was going on in the White House) (5) Knowledge--probably adult education 6:05 (9) Romper Room--first of almost a morning full of in-house WGN children's productions 6:30 (2) It's Worth Knowing (is it really?--!!) (5) Town and Farm--probably local ag show (7) Perspectives--almost certainly local public affairs 6:35 (5) Today in Chicago (9) Top O' The Morning--probably local morning show (for adults) 6:55 (7) Earl Nightingale--motivational speaker's daily syndie feature 7:00 (2) CBS Morning News--Hughes Rudd, anchor (5) Today Show--Jim Hartz, Barbara Walters (7) Kennedy and Company--local morning show; later became "AM Chicago" (9) Ray Rayner--one part of the great triumvirate of WGN kiddie shows back in the day; Rayner was something of a local Captain Kangaroo, with live animals, puppets and demonstrations of arts and crafts, all interspersed with Looney Tunes shorts; Rayner went back to 1953 in Chicago TV and the WGN show ran from 1962 to 1981 8:00 (2) Captain Kangaroo--not to be outdone by Rayner, the good Captain featured Persian kittens and a peahen on this day (9) Garfield Goose and Friends--the second part of the trio was this long-running puppet show, helmed by WGN stalwart Frazier Thomas; Thomas and a bevy of puppets bantered about both fantasy and moral lessons for 21 years, 1955 to 1976; like the Rayner show, there were educational components at times 8:30 (7) Movie--"The Nun's Story," 1959 (9) BJ and Dirty Dragon--unlike its two predecessors on the schedule, this kids' offering was NOT a WGN original; puppeteer Bill Jackson began the show on WFLD in 1968 under the title "Cartoon Town;" it moved to WGN in 1973 for just a one-year run; in 1975, it resurfaced on WLS as a Sunday morning entry titled "Gigglesnort Hotel" that ran until 1978 (11) Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 9:00 (2) Joker's Wild--Jack Barry hosted and packaged this game, where "knowledge is king and lady luck is queen" (5) Dinah's Place--country singer Mel Tillis, guest (9) Hazel--rerun of 1961-66 sitcom (11) Sesame Street (26) Market Reports, News--probably stock ticker and wire service (would be curious to know how displayed on screen--any idea, anybody?) 9:30 (2) Gambit--Wink Martindale presiding over what then was probably the closest thing to real gambling on the boob tube (5) Winning Streak--critics believe this was one of the worst daytime games NBC ever aired, despite Bill Cullen hosting (9) Bewitched 10:00 (2) Now You See It--Goodson-Todman game based on the "Find-a-Word" puzzles; Jack Narz, host (5) High Rollers--and, no, this wasn't a game show about marijuana (!!!) (9) Phil Donahue (methinks he had already moved operations to WGN by then--anybody got info on that?) (11) Mister Rogers' Neighborhood (26) Market Reports, News (continued) (32) Jack LaLanne Show 10:30 (2) Love of Life--one of the few soap operas that ran for any appreciable length of time in a morning slot; this did from 1969 to 1979 (5) Hollywood Squares (7) Brady Bunch--ABC rerun (11) Electric Company (26) Ask An Expert--possibly call-in show (?) (32) Newstalk--probably local public affairs (44) 700 Club--Pat Robertson already at it, building his future empire 10:55 (2) CBS News--Douglas Edwards, anchor 11:00 (2) Young and the Restless--Chicago and WBBM connection: creator William J. Bell's wife was Lee Phillip, who hosted WBBM's noontime show (below); Phillip was also a co-creator of Y&R, as well (5) Jackpot!--strangely, a Canadian version of this show over a decade later would prove the most successful version of this game; that was seen in the U.S. on the USA Network and was hosted by Mike Darow (7) Password (9) Dealer's Choice--the first game ever taped in Las Vegas, at a casino (11) Yoga for Health (26) Market Reports, News (resumed) (32) New Zoo Revue 11:30 (2) Search for Tomorrow (5) Celebrity Sweepstakes--cheap knockoff of "Hollywood Squares;" odds were the main gimmick on this game (7) Split Second--one of the most fondly remembered daytime games of the 1970s; hard--and fast-quiz (9) I Love Lucy (32) Cartoon Circus--probably local, maybe with a host (?) 11:55 (5) NBC News--Edwin Newman, anchor AFTERNOON 12:00 (2) Lee Phillip--as mentioned above, Phillip was a long-tenured daytime host, usually with one guest and topic per show; ran from 1952 to 1986 (5) WMAQ News (7) All My Children (it is truly hard to wrap one's mind around the fact that this show, like some other soaps listed here, is now a memory) (9) Bozo's Circus--and the third and most important part of the WGN triumvirate; the stories are too legendary and numerous to recall here, but Bob Bell dressed up every weekday as the world's most famous clown, with a cast of characters to back him up; the main reason for the show's overwhelming popularity was the fact that the city of Chicago, prior to about 1980, allowed kids to go home for lunch (26) Market Reports, News (continued) (32) Tennessee Tuxedo--captivity-themed cartoon from the Sixties that was Don Adams' secondmost-famous role (44) Esmeralda--apparently Venezuelan-produced telenovela, or soap (fitting, given that WSNS in later years would become entirely a Spanish-speaking station, as it is presently) 12:20 (26) Ask An Expert (must be a revolving door of 'em--!!) 12:30 (2) As the World Turns--checking in on the doings in Oakdale (5) Jeopardy!--NBC throwing a perfectly good game down the drain in this timeslot (7) Let's Make a Deal (32) Banana Splits--rerun of 1968-70 live-action kiddie show 12:50 (26) Market Reports, News (resumed) 1:00 (2) Guiding Light (5) Days of Our Lives (7) Newlywed Game--eight-year-old game was starting to run out of steam and would be cancelled by year's end (9) Father Knows Best--probably scheduled because of Robert Young's popularity on "Marcus Welby, M.D." (11) Masterpiece Theatre--series not given (26) Market Basket (what would this be about, wonder?) (32) My Favorite Martian (44) Galloping Gourmet--no recipe listed, sorry 1:30 (2) Edge of Night (5) Doctors--probably TV's most-critically-acclaimed daytime drama running then (7) Girl in My Life--basically an updated "Queen for a Day;" about as tacky as TV got at the time (9) Movie--"Between Two Women," 1944 (26) Ask An Expert (oh, no, not again ...) (32) Please Don't Eat the Daisies--rerun of 1965-67 NBC sitcom (44) Wally's Workshop--the "Wally" was Wally Bruner, former host of "What's My Line?" 2:00 (2) Price is Right--yes, Virginia, "Price" once was only 30 minutes long and was actually seen in the afternoon, believe it or not (5) Another World (7) General Hospital (26) Market Reports, News (32) Flying Nun--sitcom rerun (44) Not For Women Only--Barbara Walters 2:30 (2) Match Game (5) How to Survive a Marriage--soap focused on divorce and widowhood (gotta get those young women to the tube, somehow ...) (7) One Life to Live (11) Maggie and the Beautiful Machine--PBS exercise show (32) Jeff's Collie--reruns of the first three seasons of "Lassie," with Tommy Rettig as Jeff (44) Movie--"The Love Lottery;" English, 1954 3:00 (2) Tattletales--billed as "the game of celebrity gossip;" actually, a knockoff of "Newlywed Game" more than anything else (5) Somerset--P&G soap that couldn't find an audience, despite getting a seven-year run on daytime (7) $10,000 Pyramid (11) Lilias, Yoga, and You--noted as the only major production ever for PBS from Cincinnati's WCET (26) Harambee--probably African-American public affairs (WCIU was in those days something of an ethnic station, with numerous local groups having programs aimed at them) (32) Magilla Gorilla--one of the Hanna-Barbera also-rans 3:30 (2) Movie--"Red Mountain," 1951 (5) Mike Douglas (90-minute version) (7) Movie--"Diamond Head," 1962 (9) Mister Ed (11) Sesame Street (32) Banana Splits 4:00 (9) Flintstones (32) Munsters 4:30 (9) Cartoons (unspecified) (11) Mister Rogers' Neighborhood (26) Soul Train (this was different from the national version; Don Cornelius started on WCIU back in 1970 and then went national a year later; Clinton Ghent took over for him in Chicago) (32) Little Rascals (44) Prince Planet--early Japanese anime cartoon from the 1960s; in B&W 4:45 (9) WGN News (15 minutes; Jack Taylor, anchor) 5:00 (2) WBBM News (probably Bill Kurtis and Walter Jacobson anchoring) (5) WMAQ News (probably Floyd Kalber at the desk; 60 minutes) (7) WLS News (probably Joel Daly and Fahey Flynn helming) (9) Bewitched (11) Sesame Street (32) Lucy Show (1962-68 version) (44) Lafftime--possibly local children's show; hosted by a "Kennedy" (network news info courtesy of Vanderbilt TV News Archive: http://tvnews.vanderbilt.edu/) 5:30 (2) CBS Evening News--Walter Cronkite (7) ABC Evening News--Howard K. Smith (Harry Reasoner off) (9) Hogan's Heroes (26) Blacks' View of the News--this may have also aired on public TV; not sure (32) Beverly Hillbillies (44) Leave it to Beaver 5:45 (26) Me Rival--probably Spanish-language public affairs EVENING 6:00 (2) WBBM News (60 minutes) (5) NBC Nightly News--Garrick Utley (John Chancellor off) (7) WLS News (60 minutes) (9) Andy Griffith (11) Electric Company (32) Here Come the Brides--rerun of 1968-70 ABC comedy-Western hybrid (44) F Troop 6:30 (5) Police Surgeon--Canadian-produced syndie crime drama (9) Major League Baseball: Chicago Cubs vs. Atlanta Braves (Jack Brickhouse, Jim West commentators) (11) Zoom--PBS kids' show with an emphasis on activities (44) Bilko--apparently, syndicated episodes ran without the word "Sergeant" 6:45 (26) WCIU News 7:00 (2) Maude--rerun of 1973 Christmas episode (5) Adam-12 (7) Happy Days--just a few months old, and already highly popular (11) Man Builds, Man Destroys--PBS documentary about the environment (then termed "ecology") (26) El Mundo de Carlos Agrelo--Spanish-language program (32) Untouchables--rerun (44) Country Place--one of the Nashville-based music shows; probably a Show Biz production 7:30 (2) Hawaii Five-O--"book 'em, Danno." (5) Tenafly--originally part of the "NBC Mystery Movie;" this entry about a black gumshoe was intended as an antidote to "Shaft," then running as a TV series, and the "blaxploitation" films of the era; it didn't fly, though (do pardon the pun, please); James McEachin starred in the title role (7) Movie--"Linda," 1973 TV-movie (11) Nova--"Strange Sleep," about anesthesia (44) Sports Spotlight--local 7:45 (44) On Deck--White Sox pregame show 8:00 (26) La Hora Continental--Spanish-language program (32) Merv Griffin (90-minute version) (44) Major League Baseball: Chicago White Sox vs. Detroit Tigers (Harry Caray, Bob Waller commentators) 8:30 (2) Hawkins--one of Jimmy Stewart's failed attempts to make a presence on the small screen (11) Journey to Japan 9:00 (5) Police Story--anthology collaborated on by David Gerber and Joseph Wambaugh (7) Marcus Welby, M.D. (9) Perry Mason (time approximate after baseball, of course) (11) Cities at War--documentary about World War II (26) Los Polivoces--Spanish-language program 9:30 (26) Variedades in Espanol (32) Travel World (syndicated?) 10:00 (2) WBBM News (5) WMAQ News (7) WLS News (9) WGN News--Jack Taylor, anchor (11) Electric Company--WHAT??? The kids have already gone to bed!!! (Boy, I would have loved to be in on WTTW scheduling meetings to find out how they came up with that one!) (26) WCIU News (32) Night Gallery--"Dark Boy" 10:30 (2) Movie--"Wind Across the Everglades," 1958 (5) Tonight Show--Jerry Van Dyke, guest (7) Wide World Mystery--"The Next Scream You Hear" (9) Movie--"Brute Force," 1947 (11) Movie--"Smiles of a Summer Night;" Swedish, 1955 (Ingmar Bergman) (26) El Honorable Senor Valdez (in English, "The Honorable Mister Valdez"--!) (32) Thriller--rerun of 1960-62 Boris Karloff anthology 11:00 (44) 700 Club 12:00 a.m. (5) Tomorrow--topic, "Political conservatism in the U.S." (7) Kennedy at Night--local talk show 12:20 (2) Bill Cosby--rerun of his 1969-71 NBC sitcom 12:25 (9) WGN News 12:30 (7) Passage to Adventure--probably travelogue 12:50 (2) WBBM News 12:55 (9) Movie--"Fantomas;" French, 1964 1:00 (5) This is the Life--syndie religious drama 1:05 (2) Movie--"Roger Tuohy, Gangster," 1944 2:35 (2) Movie--"The Great Sinner," 1949 Retro: North Georgia Saturday, December 20, 1975 From TV Guide, North Georgia Edition: WSB Ch. 2 Atlanta (NBC) 7 AM Nature's Window 7:30 Come Along (kids' show) 8 AM Big Blue Marble 8:30 Hang 2 9 AM Waldo Kitty 9:30 Pink Panther 10 AM Land Of The Lost 10:30 Run, Joe, Run 11 AM Return To The Planet Of The Apes 11:30 Westwind (when we went out to Dallas to look for a house in September '76, I was stuck in my room with a cold and turned on this show--can't say I thought much of either the cold or the show) 12 N News 12:30 Dialogue (Christmas-gift suggestions; inexpensive cooking ideas) 1 PM Tarzan 2 PM Here Come The Brides 3 PM Grandstand (an interview with UCLA football coach Dick Vermeil) 3:30 NFL Football: Broncos-Dolphins 6:30 News (time approximate) 7 PM Hee Haw (George Gobel, Tommy Ambrose) 8 PM Emergency! 9 PM NBC Movie: "Zeppelin" 11 PM News 11:30 Saturday Night (Live): Candice Bergen hosts the show's first holiday show 1 AM Movie: "Donovan's Reef" 3 AM News WRCB Ch. 3 Chattanooga (NBC) 7:30 Agricultural Science In Action 8 AM Flintstones 8:25 News For Little People 8:30 Josie And The Pussycats 9 AM Waldo Kitty 9:30 Pink Panther 10 AM Land Of The Lost 10:30 Run, Joe, Run 11 AM Return To The Planet Of The Apes 11:30 Westwind 12 N Jetsons 12:30 Countdown To Destiny 1 PM Georgia Championship Wrestling 2 PM Lawrence Welk (his annual Christmas show) 3 PM Grandstand 3:30 NFL Football: Broncos-Dolphins 6:30 That Good Ole Nashville Music (Faron Young, Connie Smith, Johnny Gimble, time approximate) 7 PM Hee Haw 8 PM Emergency! 9 PM NBC Movie: "Zeppelin" 11 PM Treasure Hunt 11:30 700 Club (it would be at least another year before Ch. 3 began airing "SNL") WAGA Ch. 5 Atlanta (CBS) 6:15 Video College 6:45 Box 5 RFD 7:15 Tree Talks 7:30 4-H Club 8 AM Pebbles And Bamm Bamm 8:30 Bugs Bunny/Road Runner Hour 9:30 Scooby Doo, Where Are You? 10 AM Shazam!/Isis Hour 11 AM Far Out Space Nuts 11:30 Bewitched 12 N NFL Today 12:30 NFL Football: Vikings-Bills 3:30 Soul Train (time approximate) 4:30 World Of Hans Christian Andersen 6 PM News 6:30 CBS News (Dan Rather) 7 PM The World At War (how Britain managed to survive the Blitz) 8 PM The Jeffersons 8:30 Doc (Barnard Hughes) 9 PM Mary Tyler Moore 9:30 Bob Newhart 10 PM Carol Burnett (guest: semi-regular Steve Lawrence) 11 PM News 11:30 Movie: "Mutiny On The Bounty" (the '62 Marlon Brando version) WGTV Ch. 8 Athens/Atlanta (PBS) 7 PM Discovery (tour of Montreal) 7:30 Food For Thought 8 AM Walsh's Animals 8:30 Great Adventure (the ketch Yankee sails through the eastern Mediterranean, with stops at Libya, Egypt, Istanbul, Greece, and Yugoslavia's Dalmatian coast) 9:30 Irish Rovers (guest: Shari Lewis) 10 PM Soundstage (blues artists Mose Allison and Tom Waits) 11 PM Kup's Show (Lola Falana, Dizzy Gillespie, F. Lee Bailey, Bob Guccione, Bill Veeck, Robert Lipsyte, U.S. district attorney Samuel Skinner; Jolie Gabor, mother of Eva and Zsa Zsa) 12 M In Performance At Wolf Trap (the National Symphony Orchestra performs Verdi's "Requiem Mass") WTVC Ch. 9 Chattanooga (ABC) 7 AM Bob Brandy 8 AM Hong Kong Phooey 8:30 Tom And Jerry/Grape Ape 9:30 Lost Saucer 10 AM New Adventures Of Gilligan (animated) 10:30 Groovie Goolies 11 AM Speed Buggy 11:30 Oddball Couple (instead of Felix and Oscar we have a neat cat, Spiffy (voice of Frank Nelson) and a sloppy dog, Fleabag (voice of Paul Winchell)) 12 N Mull's Singing Convention 1 PM Know Your Bible 1:30 UT-Chattanooga Basketball Highlights 2 PM Beverly Hillbillies 2:30 Movie: "The Wacky World Of Mother Goose" 3:45 Movie: "1001 Arabian Nights" (full-length Mr. Magoo cartoon) 5 PM Wide World Of Sports (Billy Smart's Circus from London; World Freestyle Skiing Championships) 6:30 On The Rocks (delay from Thu 8:30 PM, when Ch. 9 aired "Candid Camera") 7 PM ABC News (Ted Koppel) 7:30 Kaleidoscope Nine 8 PM Space: 1999 9 PM NFL Football: Steelers-Rams 12 M Movie: "The Crimson Cult" (Boris Karloff's last role, from '68, time approximate) 1:45 Movie: "Frankenstein Meets The Space Monster" 3:30 ABC News (anchor not given, but probably from one of the o&os) WXIA Ch. 11 (not yet 11 Alive) Atlanta (ABC) 6:30 Adventures In Living 7 AM Ebony Beat Journal 7:30 These Are The Days (delay from Sun 11 AM) 8 AM Hong Kong Phooey 8:30 Tom And Jerry/Grape Ape 9:30 Lost Saucer 10 AM New Adventures Of Gilligan 10:30 Groovie Goolies 11 AM Speed Buggy 11:30 Oddball Couple 12 N Uncle Croc's Block 12:30 American Bandstand (the Miracles, Dion, an interview with Wolfman Jack) 1:30 Movie: "The Last Hunt" 3:30 Pro Tennis In Atlanta: Rod Laver vs. John Alexander, taped at the WCT Peachtree World of Tennis courts 5 PM Wide World Of Sports 6:30 An Old Fashioned Christmas With The King Family (pre-empts "Space: 1999") 7:30 News 8 PM Saturday Night Live With Howard Cosell (Roy Clark, Andy Williams, the finale of Broadway's "Chicago" with Gwen Verdon and Chita Rivera, the Carillo Brothers (highwire act)) 9 PM NFL Football: Steelers-Rams 12 M News (time approximate) 12:30 Movie: "Atlantis, The Lost Continent" 2:30 ABC News WDEF Ch. 12 Chattanooga (CBS) 7 AM Bullwinkle 7:30 Tennessee Tuxedo 8 AM Pebbles And Bamm Bamm 8:30 Bugs Bunny/Road Runner Hour 9:30 Scooby Doo, Where Are You? 10 AM Shazam!/Isis Hour 11 AM Far Out Space Nuts 11:30 Ghost Busters 12 N NFL Today 12:30 NFL Football: Vikings-Bills 3:30 Wilburn Brothers (Leona Williams, Jimmy Driftwood, time approximate) 4 PM Porter Wagoner (guest: Linda Nail) 4:30 Issues In Education 5 PM Wrestling (from the studio) 6 PM News 6:30 CBS News 7 PM Mod Squad 8 PM The Jeffersons 8:30 Doc 9 PM Mary Tyler Moore 9:30 Bob Newhart 10 PM Carol Burnett 11 PM Moment Of Truth (Rev. Garland Faw) 11:30 Movie: "Zulu" WMAZ Ch. 13 Macon (CBS) 7 AM Navy Film 7:30 Georgia TV Monitor 8 AM Pebbles And Bamm Bamm 8:30 Bugs Bunny/Road Runner Hour 9:30 Scrunch Bunch 10 AM Shazam!/Isis Hour 11 AM Far Out Space Nuts 11:30 Ghost Busters 12 N NFL Today 12:30 NFL Football: Vikings-Bills 3:30 Rat Patrol (time approximate) 4 PM Ebony Speaks 4:30 Vineville Baptist Church (the church presents a Bicentennial program) 5 PM Christmas Music (performed by Wesleyan College) 5:30 Imprint 6 PM Porter Wagoner (guest: Jimmy C. Newman) 6:30 CBS News 7 PM Lawrence Welk 8 PM The Jeffersons 8:30 Doc 9 PM Mary Tyler Moore 9:30 Bob Newhart 10 PM Carol Burnett 11 PM News 11:20 Bon Hommes Yule Ball 11:35 Movie: "The Bells Of St. Mary's" WDCO Ch. 15 (WMUM Ch. 29) Cochran/ WCLP (WNGH) Ch. 18 Chatsworth (PBS) 8 AM Sesame Street 9 AM Electric Company 9:30 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 10 AM Sesame Street 11 AM Electric Company 11:30 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 12 N Villa Alegre 12:30 Ourstory ("Eliza," about a 16-year-old girl's attempt to run a 2000-acre plantation) 1 PM Books In A Bind 1:30 Dance To The Music 2 PM Sound Of Youth 2:30 Guppies To Groupers 3 PM Byline: James Clavell (author of "Shogun") 3:30 Ilona's Palette 4 PM Garden Show 4:30 Cinema Showcase: Whitehall/Lumet (Sidney Lumet passed away this past year) 5 PM Black American Sun 5:30 Curious I 6 PM Food For Thought 6:30 Wall Street Week 7 PM Firing Line (Rep. Otis Pike, Democrat from New York and chair of the House Select Committee on Intelligence, discusses the CIA's covert interference with foreign governments.) 8 PM Wild Wild World Of Animals 8:30 In Performance At Wolf Trap (Verdi's "Requiem Mass") 10 PM Movie: "I Met My Love Again" (to 11:30) WTCG (WPCH) Ch. 17 Atlanta (Ind.) 6:40 News 7 AM Hilarious House Of Frightenstein 7:30 Three Stooges/Little Rascals 8 AM Ultra Man 8:30 Speed Racer 9 AM Addams Family 9:30 Flintstones 10 AM Abbott And Costello 10:30 Munsters 11 AM Hazel 11:30 The Lucy Show 12 N Roller Game Of The Week 1 PM 12 O'Clock High 2 PM Tangerine Bowl: Miami (Ohio)-South Carolina 5 PM Party (The Natural Four, Natalie Cole, time approximate) 5:30 Rifleman 6 PM Georgia Championship Wrestling 7 PM Mid-Atlantic Championship Wrestling (from Raleigh) 8 PM That Good Ole Nashville Music (Ronnie Milsap, Melba Montgomery, Cal Smith, Johnny Gimble) 8:30 Nashville On The Road (Leroy Van Dyke, Wendy Holcombe) 9 PM Porter Wagoner (guest: Bobby Lewis) 9:30 Buck Owens (guest: Kay Adams) 10 PM Pop! Goes The Country (Tanya Tucker, Jack Blanchard & Misty Morgan--anyone besides me remember "Tennessee Birdwalk"?) 10:30 Music Place (guest: Charlie Louvin) 11 PM Jim Ed Brown 11:30 Don Kirshner's Rock Concert (Chuck Berry, Johnny Rivers, Ruby Starr & Gray Ghost) 1 AM Movie: "The Boogie Man Will Get You" (Boris Karloff and Peter Lorre play their images for laughs, from '42) 2:15 Movie: "Boy Meets Girl" 4 AM Movie: "No Time For Comedy" WETV (WPBA) Ch. 30 Atlanta (PBS) 8 AM Sesame Street 9 AM Electric Company 9:30 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 10 AM Sesame Street 11 AM Electric Company 11:30 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 12 N Villa Alegre 12:30 Ourstory 1 PM Sesame Street 2 PM Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 2:30 Electric Company 3 PM Flower Show 3:30 Car Care 4 PM Taking Better Pictures 4:30 Woman (Susan Braudy, author of a book on divorce, discusses the failure of her own marriage) 5 PM Playback (music) 5:30 Say Brother (two jazz ensembles: the Boston Art Ensemble and Webster Lewis and his band) 6 PM Black Perspective On The News 6:30 Black Atlanta Today 7 PM Firing Line 8 PM No--Honestly 8:30 In Performance At Wolf Trap 10 PM String Around Your Finger (community calendar) 10:15 Movie: "The Devil Is A Woman" (Marlene Dietrich) 11:40 Cinema Showcase: Robert Wise WCWB (WMGT) Ch. 41 Macon (NBC) 8 AM Emergency +4 8:30 Josie And The Pussycats 9 AM Waldo Kitty 9:30 Pink Panther 10 AM Land Of The Lost 10:30 Run, Joe, Run 11 AM Return To The Planet Of The Apes 11:30 Westwind 12 N Jetsons 12:30 Go-USA (the story of Deborah Sampson, who disguised herself as a boy to fight in the American Revolution) 1 PM Wrestling (from the studio) 2 PM Soul Train (David Ruffin, Rufus) 3 PM Grandstand 3:30 NFL Football: Broncos-Dolphins 6:30 NBC News (Tom Brokaw, time approximate) 7 PM Hee Haw 8 PM Emergency! 9 PM NBC Movie: "Zeppelin" 11 PM Nashville On The Road 11:30 Saturday Night (Live) WTCI Ch. 45 Chattanooga (PBS) 10 AM Sesame Street 11 AM Electric Company 11:30 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 12 N Villa Alegre 12:30 Ourstory 1 PM Vegetable Soup 1:30 Gettin' Over (show for teens) 2 PM Word On Words 2:30 Guppies To Groupers 3 PM Byline: James Clavell 3:30 Ilona's Palette 4 PM Garden Show 4:30 Cinema Showcase: Whitehill/Lumet 5 PM Sign News 45 5:30 Curious I 6 PM Passionate Poet 6:30 Who Dealt (bridge lessons) 7 PM Firing Line 8 PM Lowell Thomas Remembers (1923: America is in love with the automobile--films show demolition derbies, junkyards, and bridges) 8:30 In Performance At Wolf Trap 10 PM Soundstage WHAE (WGCL) Ch. 46 Atlanta (Ind.) 7 AM Mighty Mouse 7:30 Porky Pig 8 AM Bozo's Big Top 8:30 Mr. Magoo 9 AM Jeff's Collie 9:30 Laurel And Hardy 10 AM Dennis The Menace 10:30 Fury 11 AM Popeye 11:30 Lone Ranger 12 N Wally's Workshop (Wally Bruner shows how to make a psychedelic light box.) 12:30 Dr. Kildare 1:30 Movie: "Pat And Mike" (classic Tracy-Hepburn pairing) 3:30 Movie: "It's A Big Country" 5:30 This Is The NFL 6:30 Movie: "Invitation" 8:30 Grand Old Gospel Time 9 PM Warren Roberts (gospel music; guests: the Patriots and the Sharrats) 10 PM The Lesson 10:30 Better World (an interview with Jackie Robinson, filmed shortly before his death) 11 PM Washington Debates For The '70s (Hubert Humphrey is among those discussing U.S.-Japanese relations, to 12) WRIP (WDSI) Ch. 61 Chattanooga (Ind.) 5 PM Roller Derby 6 PM Carol Mann Celebrity Golf Challenge 6:30 This Is The NFL 7:30 Mr. Chips 8 PM Jerry Falwell 9 PM Grace Cathedral 10 PM Liberty Faith Temple 10:30 Quest For Adventure 11 PM Dr. J. Harold Smith (to 11:05) Retro: Boston/Providence/Manchester/Portland Fri, Dec 25, 1959 from TV Guide-New England edition 2 WGBH-Edu Boston 4 WBZ-NBC Boston 5 WNAC-ABC/CBS/NBC Boston 6 WCSH-NBC Portland 7 WNAC-CBS Boston 8 WMTW-ABC Poland Spring 9 WMUR-ABC Manchester 10 WJAR-ABC/NBC Providence 12 WPRO-CBS Providence 13 WGAN-CBS Portland Morning 5:50 6 Farm Report (Jake Brofee) 6:00 4 Dateline: UN 6 A Star Shall Rise 6:30 4 Sign-On Seminar "Selected Prose & Poetry" (Zulli) 5-10 TBA 6 Year's Review 6:45 4 Daily Almanac 6:55 4 Weather (Don Kent) 7:00 4-6-10 Today 5 Cartoons 7 Laurel & Hardy 12 Popeye 7:15 12 Storytime (Beth Chollar) 7:25 4-6-10 News/Weather 7:30 4-6-10 Today 5 Captain Bob 7:45 12 Romper Room 8:00 13 News 8:15 7-12-13 Captain Kangaroo 8:25 4-6-10 News/Weather 8:30 4-6-10 Today 5 Ding Dong School 8:45 8 Teddy Bear Cartoons 9:00 4 Today at Home (Adams) 5 Romper Room (c) 6 Our Lady of Fatima 7 Morning Star Time 10 Movie "Always in My Heart" 12 Movie: TBA 13 Concept of Mathematics 9:30 4 Truth or Consequences 6 Space Age Science (Whitten) 13 Morning Beat 9:45 4 Chris Evans 10:00 4-6 Festival of Seven Lessons & Carols (live from National Cathedral, Washington DC) 5 News (c) 7 My Little Margie 8 Ding Dong School 9 Cartoons 10:15 5 We Believe (c) 10:30 5 Morning Playhouse 8 Movie: TBA 10 World Around Us (Warren) 12 News/Interviews 13 On the Go 10:50 9 Movie: TBA (was a Western, according to listings) 11:00 4-6-10 Price is Right (c) 5 Story of the Pope (Bishop Fulton J. Sheen on the life of Pius XII, pre-empts Stu Erwin and Burns & Allen) 7-12-13 I Love Lucy 11:30 4-6-10 Concentration 7-12-13 December Bride 11:50 9 News (Gus Bernier) Afternoon noon 4 News (Jack Chase) 5-8-9 Restless Gun 6-10 Truth or Consequences 7-12-13 Love of Life 12:10 4 Weather (Bob Copeland) 12:15 4 Big Brother (Bob Emery) 12:30 5 Farm & Home (c) 6-10 It Could Be You (c) 7-12-13 Search for Tomorrow 8 Love That Bob! 9 Liberace 12:45 7-12-13 Guiding Light 1:00 4 Movie "Duck Soup" 5-8-9 Music Bingo 6 World's Greatest Mother 7 Louise Morgan 10 Movie "The Yearling" 12 Medic "Death is a Red Balloon" 13 Way of Life 1:30 5 Susie "Old Dog, New Tricks" 7-12-13 As the World Turns 8 Christmas Story 9 American Legend 2:00 5-8-9 Day in Court 6 Queen for a Day 7-13 For Better or Worse 12 Life of Riley "Test for Gillis" 2:30 4 Movie "Stowaway" 5-8-9 Gale Storm 6-10 Thin Man 7-12-13 House Party 3:00 5-8-9 Beat the Clock 6-10 Young Dr. Malone 7-12-13 Millionaire 3:30 5-8-9 Who Do You Trust? 6-10 From These Roots 7-12-13 Verdict is Yours 4:00 4-6-10 House on High Street 5-9 American Bandstand 7-8 Christmas Day Mass (live from Boston's Catholic TV Center) 12-13 Brighter Day 4:15 12-13 Secret Storm 4:30 4-6-10 Split Personality 12-13 Edge of Night 5:00 2 Ruth Anne's Camp "The Littlest Angel" 4 Movie "Christmas in Connecticut" 5 Bozo the Clown 6-9 Popeye 7 Movie "That's the Spirit" 10 Movie "Lost Angel" 12 Roy Rogers "Mountain Pirates" 13 Comedy Time 5:30 5-8 Rin Tin Tin "The Christmas Story" 6 Robin Hood 12 Salty Brine's Shack 13 White Hunter "Sister, Mr. Spouse" Evening 6:00 2 Magic Doorways 5 Dateline Boston (c/the Low Madrigal group performs; host Jim Britt) 6 Huckleberry Hound 8 Movie "The Emperor's Nightingale" 13 Frontier Doctor "Cattle Drive" 6:15 2 Americans at Work 6:30 2 News (William Pierce) 5 Life of Riley "Riley Takes Out Insurance" 6-9-12-13 News/Sports/Weather 7 Superman "The Jolly Roger" 10 News/Weather 6:45 2 Background (David McCord) 4 News (Arch Macdonald) 6-10 NBC News 9 Movie "Wyoming" 12-13 CBS News 6:55 4 Weather (Don Kent) 7:00 2 Discovery (Mary Lela Grimes) 4 Death Valley Days 5 NBC News 6 Shotgun Slade 7 White Hunter "Deadfall" 10 Annie Oakley "Annie and the Chinese Puzzle" 12 Flight "Red China Rescue" 13 Counterspy 7:15 5 News/Sports (c) 7:20 8 News/Weather 7:25 5 Weather (c/Loring) 7:30 2 French 4-6 People are Funny 5-8 Walt Disney "Alice in Wonderland" (edited version) 7-12-13 Rawhide "Incident of the Calico Gun" 10 TBA 8:00 2 Progressive Norway 4-6-10 Troubleshooters "Swing Shift" 8:30 2 Great Plays in Rehearsal (Moliere's The Misanthrope) 4-6-10 Night of Christmas (c/entertainment and holiday greetings from performers...which TVG didn't list Cheesy) 5-8 Man from Blackhawk "The Legacy" 7-12-13 Hotel de Paree "Sundance and the Bare-Knuckled Fighters" 9 Movie "Love, Honor and Goodbye" 9:00 5-8 77 Sunset Strip "The Juke-Box Caper" 7-12-13 Desilu Playhouse "Christmas Surprise Package" (16 stars of tomorrow, including future Mrs. Gene Roddenberry Majel Barrett, perform before Lucy, Desi and a host of stars) 9:30 2 Christmas Painting 4-6-10 M Squad "The Ivy League Bank Robbers" 10:00 2 News (William Pierce) 4-6-10 Sports Highlights of 1959 (Don Dunphy and Win Elliot look back at the year's sports highlights) 5-8 Detectives "Masquerade" 7-12-13 Twilight Zone "What You Need" 9 Congressional Investigator "Psycho Quacks" 10:30 4-6-10 Christmas Night on Temple Square (Mormon Tabernacle Choir) 5-8-9 Black Saddle "Client: Neal Adams" 7-12-13 Person to Person (Jean-Pierre Aumont, wife Marisa Pavan, and restauranteur Claude Terail are interviewed in Paris) 11:00 4-5-6-7-8-10-12-13 News/Weather 9 Sports (Gus Bernier) 11:10 8 Movie "Good News" 11:15 4 Movies "The Sainted Sisters"/"Special Agent" 5-6-12 Jack Paar 7 Movies "Good Sam"/"City of Chance" 9 Movie "The Cheaters" 10 Movie "Captain January" 13 Movie "Miracle on 34th Street" Late Night 1:00 12 Mike Wallace (guest Sammy Davis Jr.) 7-8 Christmas Day Mass (live from Boston's Catholic TV Center) WHDH (formerly WNAC, then later WNEV) still airs the Christmas Day Mass every year on Christmas Day to this day. It makes sense because it's only once a year, and I'm not sure how many people are actually watching it. But it is amazing that there is one low-key annual TV special that still continues. Some things never change. Retro: Western Illinois, April 3, 1974 Historical perspective: this was the day that a massive outbreak of tornadoes struck the central and southern U.S. during the late afternoon and evening hours; programming may well have been preempted after around 4 p.m. or so. Rock Island, Illinois: (4) WHBF (CBS; now digital 4; PSIP same) Quincy, Illinois: (7) KHQA (CBS primary; ABC secondary; now digital 7; PSIP same; NOTE: licensed to Hannibal, Missouri; ABC available on digital sub-channel now) (10) WGEM (NBC; now digital 10; PSIP same) Moline, Illinois: (8) WQAD (ABC; now digital 38; PSIP 8) Peoria, Illinois: (19) WRAU (ABC; now WHOI on digital 19; PSIP same) (25) WEEK (NBC; now digital 25; PSIP same) (31) WMBD (CBS; now digital 30; PSIP 31) (47) WTVP (PBS; now digital 46; PSIP 47) Springfield, Illinois: (20) WICS (NBC; now ABC affiliate on digital 42; PSIP 20) Kirksville, Missouri/Ottumwa, Iowa: (3) KTVO (ABC; now digital 33; PSIP 3) Davenport, Iowa: (6) WOC (NBC; now KWQC on digital 36; PSIP 6) For programs on channel 71, LaSalle/Peru, Illinois, see WMBD--according to Wikipedia, WMBD maintained this translator during the 1960s and 1970s MORNING 6:25 a.m. (4) Great Bible Stories--unsure if local or syndicated 6:30 (4) Garner Ted Armstrong--religion (10) Jack LaLanne Show (20) Viewpoint on Nutrition--probably local 6:50 (7) Kup's Farm Komments--local (this is certainly NOT veteran Chicago broadcaster Irv Kupcinet, known for his "Kup's Show") 6:55 (6) Today in Agriculture--local (19) Professor Kitzel--cartoons and (probably) local children's show (31) Farm Feature--local 7:00 (4) (7) (31) CBS Morning News--Hughes Rudd, anchor (6) (10) (20) (25) Today Show--Frank McGee, Barbara Walters (sadly, McGee died before the end of the month from bone cancer; in a high irony, one of this day's topics was the link between cancer and smoking) (19) New Zoo Revue 7:30 (3) Water's Family--perhaps Gospel music (8) Christophers--religious program from a Catholic order (19) Samson--cartoon (?) 7:45 (8) Quad Cities, A.M.--local morning show 8:00 (3) Sesame Street--no PBS outlet in southern Iowa and northern Missouri at the time (4) (7) (31) Captain Kangaroo (19) Tennessee Tuxedo 8:25 (8) Earl Nightingale 8:30 (8) Modern Supervision--adult education (?) (19) I Love Lucy 9:00 (3) Osmonds--ABC cartoon; probably tape-delayed from the little-known Sunday morning lineup (4) (31) Joker's Wild (6) (20) (25) Dinah's Place--guests, country singers Eddy Arnold, Tammy Wynette and George Jones (the latter two married at the time) (7) (8) Educational Series--perhaps in-school programming in place of PBS affiliates? (10) New Zoo Revue (19) Phil Donahue--show may have still been based in Dayton, Ohio then (47) Sesame Street--WTVP was the only PBS outlet in this listing 9:30 (3) Living Easy with Dr. Joyce Brothers--pop psychologist tried her hand at a women's talkfest in the mid-70s (4) (31) Gambit (6) (10) (20) (25) Jeopardy!--from all indications, this and "Gambit" pretty much tied in the ratings, making it all the more difficult to understand why NBC would move it to 1:30 Eastern/12:30 Central in July (7) Studio 7--local (perhaps music) 10:00 (3) Galloping Gourmet--no recipe listed (4) (7) (31) Now You See It (6) (10) (20) (25) Wizard of Odds--Alex Trebek, in his first U.S. gig, helmed this "Price is Right" wannabe (8) Romper Room (19) All My Children (tape-delay from ABC) (47) Electric Company 10:30 (3) (8) (19) Brady Bunch--ABC rerun (4) (7) (31) Love of Life (6) (10) (20) (25) Hollywood Squares 10:55 (4) (7) (31) CBS News--Douglas Edwards, anchor 11:00 (3) (8) (19) Password (4) (7) (31) Young and the Restless (6) (10) (20) (25) Jackpot! 11:30 (3) (8) (19) Split Second (4) (7) (31) Search for Tomorrow (6) (10) (20) (25) Celebrity Sweepstakes 11:55 (6) (10) (20) (25) NBC News--Edwin Newman, anchor AFTERNOON 12:00 (3) KTVO News (4) Dick Van Dyke--rerun (6) WOC News (7) KHQA News (8) All My Children (10) Dinah's Place (tape-delayed from 9 a.m.) (19) WRAU News (20) WICS News (25) Green Acres--rerun (31) WMBD News 12:15 (3) Town/Country Forum--local (7) Hal Barton--local variety show 12:25 (31) Town and Country--probably local women's show 12:30 (3) (4) (7) (31) As the World Turns--note ABC affil KTVO tapping in the feed here (6) (10) (20) (25) Three on a Match (8) (19) Let's Make a Deal 1:00 (3) (8) (19) Newlywed Game (4) (7) (31) Guiding Light (6) (10) (20) (25) Days of Our Lives 1:30 (3) (8) (19) Girl in My Life (4) (7) (31) Edge of Night (6) (10) (20) (25) Doctors 2:00 (3) (8) (19) General Hospital (4) (7) (31) Price is Right (6) (10) (20) (25) Another World 2:30 (3) (8) (19) One Life to Live (4) (7) (31) Match Game (6) (10) (20) (25) How to Survive a Marriage 3:00 (3) (19) Love, American Style--ABC rerun; "The $10,000 Pyramid moved here on May 6 (4) (7) Tattletales (6) (10) (20) Somerset (8) Petticoat Junction--rerun (25) Cartoons (probably no local host anymore) (31) Movie--"Stage to Thunder Rock," 1964 (47) Sesame Street 3:30 (3) (10) All My Children--tape-delayed from ABC (4) Mike Douglas (60-minute version) (6) Cap'n Ernie--almost certainly local kids' show (some were still going despite ACT and the FCC) (7) Gambit--tape-delayed from CBS (five minues shaved off somehow, though) (8) Munsters (19) I Dream of Jeannie (20) Flipper (25) Gilligan's Island 3:55 (7) Joker's Wild--tape-delayed from CBS 4:00 (3) Not for Women Only--Barbara Walters, host (6) I Dream of Jeannie (8) (19) Lucy Show (1962-68; different episodes) (10) Beat the Clock--unsure if Jack Narz or Gene Wood episode (20) Gilligan's Island (25) Bonanza (47) Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 4:25 (7) Bonanza 4:30 (3) (10) Let's Make a Deal--tape-delayed from ABC (4) Hogan's Heroes (6) Merv Griffin (60-minute version) (8) Gomer Pyle, USMC (19) Dick Van Dyke (20) Courtship of Eddie's Father (47) Electric Company (network news info courtesy of Vanderbilt TV News Archive: http://tvnews.vanderbilt.edu/) 5:00 (3) KTVO News (4) Gilligan's Island (8) (19) ABC Evening News--(?) (10) To Tell the Truth--guest panelist, Gene Rayburn (20) Beverly Hillbillies (25) Gomer Pyle, USMC (31) Addams Family 5:25 (7) KHQA Weather 5:30 (3) ABC Evening News (4) (7) (31) CBS Evening News--(?) (6) (10) (20) (25) NBC Nightly News--(?) (8) Star Trek--episode where Spock crash lands on a planet and tries to leave (19) WRAU News (47) What's New--appears to be rerun of old NET 1960s science show for kids EVENING 6:00 (3) KTVO News (4) WHBF News (6) WOC News (7) KHQA News (10) WGEM News (19) Truth or Consequences--Bob Barker still holding court after 18 years (except for one spent between the NBC run and syndication, in 1965-66) (20) WICS News (25) WEEK News (31) WMBD News (47) Child Development--probably adult education course 6:25 (6) Comment--a/k/a station editorial 6:30 (3) Porter Wagoner--legendary country singer's half-hour hoedown; Dolly Parton was still on the show then (4) New Price is Right--syndicated Dennis James version (I thought the word "New" had been dropped back in the Summer of 1973?) (6) Adam-12--tape-delayed from NBC, probably from the previous week (7) Dragnet--rerun of 1967-70 version (8) Passover--religious special; unsure if local or syndicated (10) Circus!--unusual syndie offering hosted by none other than Bert Parks, which profiled circuses from all over the world (19) Hogan's Heroes (20) To Tell the Truth--Larry ("What's My Line?") Blyden, guest panelist (25) To Tell the Truth--Anita Gillette, guest panelist (31) Beat the Clock--probably Gene Wood episode 6:45 (47) Theonie--PBS cooking show 7:00 (3) (8) (19) The Cowboys--this short-lived Western featured future "Dallas" star Jim Davis (4) (7) (31) Sonny and Cher--guests: Ken Berry, George Foreman (described as "embroiled in a dough-throwing bout at Sonny's Pizza Parlor"), and Miss Teenage America Lori Lei Matsukawa (6) (10) (20) (25) Flip Wilson Cartoon--DePatie/Freleng rendition of the comedy star's childhood (no kidding here) (47) Washington Connection--probably PBS 7:30 (3) (8) (19) Movie--"The Gun and the Pulpit," 1974 TV-movie (6) (10) (20) (25) Hallmark Hall of Fame--"Crown Matrimonial," about the abdication of King Edward VIII of England in the early 20th century (47) Theater in America--"A Memory of Two Mondays" by Arthur Miller 8:00 (4) (7) (31) Cannon 9:00 (3) (8) (19) Doc Elliot--James Franciscus starred in this middle-of-the-pack drama (4) (7) (31) Kojak--episode about "graft and corruption in the city government" (6) (10) (20) (25) NBC News Presents: Special Edition (hold on to your hats, folks, it's just another of the Peacock Network's unsuccessful magazine attempts of this decade) (47) Firing Line--Phyllis Schlafly (a native Illinoisan) and an ERA proponent butt heads under Bill Buckley's umpiring 10:00 (3) KTVO News (4) WHBF News (6) WOC News (7) KHQA News (8) WQAD News (10) WGEM News (19) WRAU News (20) WICS News (25) WEEK News (31) WMBD News (with no independents and WTVP having signed off for the night, what can you do? ...) 10:30 (3) Geraldo Rivera: Good-Night, America--ABC late-night offering that may have been the controversial reporter's first national outing (4) Wild, Wild West--rerun (6) (10) (20) (25) Tonight Show--Charles Aznavour (famous for "Yesterday When I Was Young"), guest (7) (31) Movie--"Situation Hopeless--But Not Serious," 1965 (CBS late night) (8) Dragnet (19) Mod Squad--syndicated rerun 11:00 (8) Movie--"Enter Laughing," 1967 11:30 (4) Rawhide (19) Geraldo Rivera: Good-Night, America (same as 10:30 p.m. above) 12:00 a.m. (6) (10) (20) (25) Tomorrow (no guests listed) 12:30 (4) Country Music Time--perhaps local (?) (7) KHQA News 1:00 (4) WHBF News (6) WOC News (8) Gospel Singing--probably local (10) WGEM News (19) WRAU News (20) WICS News 1:30 (8) WQAD News Oh, another thing. Since the Vanderbilt TV News Archive site was down when I wrote the retro, I forgot to insert the newscasters on this night. They were: ABC Evening News: Howard K. Smith, Harry Reasoner CBS Evening News: Walter Cronkite NBC Nightly News: John Chancellor Quote Quincy, Illinois: (7) KHQA (CBS primary; ABC secondary; now digital 7; PSIP same; NOTE: licensed to Hannibal, Missouri; ABC available on digital sub-channel now) (10) WGEM (NBC; now digital 10; PSIP same) KHQA was exclusively CBS at this point. WGEM, however, was secondary ABC, as indicated WGEM airing "All My Children" and "Let's Make a Deal." There's a good chance WGEM was taking those shows from an off-air feed of KTVO. None of the listed CBS affiliates were clearing "Sunrise Semester" at this point. Quote 6:50 (7) Kup's Farm Komments--local (this is certainly NOT veteran Chicago broadcaster Irv Kupcinet, known for his "Kup's Show") "Kup" was Chuck Kuppler, KHQA's farm director. A few years later, KHQA gave him 15 minutes or so at 7AM, bumping back the "CBS Morning News" to 6AM from the East Coast feed. Quote (7) Studio 7--local (perhaps music) This was a local interview show produced at KHQA's Hannibal studio. A few years later, it was truncated to 15 minutes and aired at 7:15 following Kuppler's farm report. "Romper Room" eventually filled-out the hour till 8AM; not sure if "Romper Room" was the original show in the 7:30 slot. Quote 12:30 (3) (4) (7) (31) As the World Turns--note ABC affil KTVO tapping in the feed here KTVO still had a secondary CBS affiliation at this point, and may have even cleared an NBC show on occasion (KTVO was primary CBS until 1968, with secondary NBC and ABC affiliations). I had previously believed that KTVO eliminated both "As the World Turns" and "Search for Tomorrow" from CBS at the same time, but apparently "Search" got bumped off a time before ATWT. KTVO likely picked up the off-air feed of KCCI (KRNT) in Des Moines for CBS programming, or possibly KHQA. It's my understanding that KTVO did not have a direct network feed until it became a primary ABC affiliate in 1968. Retro: North Carolina Monday, December 20, 1971 From TV Guide, North Carolina Edition: WFMY Ch. 2 Greensboro (CBS) 6 AM Sunrise Semester: "Urban Politics" 6:30 Good Morning Show 7:30 CBS News (John Hart) 8 AM Good Morning Show continues 8:25 Devotions 8:30 Old Rebel Show 9 AM Captain Kangaroo 10 AM The Lucy Show (guest: Clint Walker) 10:30 My Three Sons (daytime reruns begin with the story arc which brought Ernie into the Douglas household) 11 AM Family Affair 11:30 Love Of Life 12 N Where The Heart Is 12:25 News (local) 12:30 Search For Tomorrow 1 PM Today's Woman 1:30 As The World Turns 2 PM Love Is A Many Splendored Thing 2:30 Guiding Light 3 PM Secret Storm 3:30 Edge Of Night 4 PM Gomer Pyle, USMC 4:30 Flintstones 5 PM Big Valley 6 PM News, Weather, Sports 6:30 CBS News (Walter Cronkite) 7 PM Andy Griffith 7:30 Buck Owens 8 PM Gunsmoke 9 PM Here's Lucy 9:30 Doris Day 10 PM My Three Sons (hour-long special with Fred MacMurray as Steve Douglas and his Scottish cousin Fergus) 11 PM News, Weather, Sports 11:30 Merv Griffin (guest: Sen. John Tunney, Democrat from California) WUND Ch. 2 Columbia/Edenton, NC; WUNC Ch. 4 Chapel Hill; WUNJ Ch. 39 Wilmington, NC; WUNG Ch. 58 Concord, NC (PBS) 8:30 Agriculture 10 AM Sesame Street (if anything else aired from 9 to 10 it isn't listed) 11 AM In-school programs 4:30 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 5 PM Sesame Street 6 PM Electric Company 6:30 Masquerade ("Lariosa And The Magic Doll," a Russian version of Cinderella; "Little Red Riding Hood" as told in Sweden; "Rapunzel" as an improvisational satire of long hair) 7 PM News 7:30 North Carolina News Conference 8 PM An American Christmas--Words And Music (James Earl Jones reads Frederick Douglass' impressions of a slave's Christmas; a dramatization of Mark Twain's house on Christmas Day 1895; the Ella Mitchell Singers, the Columbus Boychoir, and the Harlem Children's Chorus sing carols; a dramatization of Lincoln Steffens' "miserable Christmases" as a child growing up in California; a play about Jewish children in a Christmas pageant) 9 PM Christmas At Boys Town 9:30 Book Beat (Ralph G. Martin discusses "Jennie: The Life Of Lady Randolph Churchill") 10 PM Political Perspectives WBTV Ch. 3 Charlotte (CBS) 6:45 Almanac 6:55 News 7 AM CBS News 7:30 Morning Scene 8 AM Captain Kangaroo 9 AM Where The Heart Is 9:25 Betty Feezor 9:30 Gomer Pyle, USMC (day-behind) 10 AM The Lucy Show 10:30 My Three Sons 11 AM Family Affair 11:30 Love Of Life 12 N Noon Report 12:25 Pat Lee 12:30 Search For Tomorrow 1 PM Betty Feezor 1:30 As The World Turns 2 PM Love Is A Many Splendored Thing 2:30 Guiding Light 3 PM Secret Storm 3:30 Edge Of Night 4 PM Daniel Boone 5 PM Green Acres 5:30 Truth Or Consequences 6 PM News, Weather, Sports 7 PM CBS News 7:30 Movie: "Quo Vadis" (Part 1, concludes Thursday at 7:30) 9:30 Doris Day 10 PM My Three Sons 11 PM News, Weather, Sports 11:30 Merv Griffin WWAY Ch. 3 Wilmington, NC (ABC/NBC) 6:50 News 7 AM Town And Country 8 AM Cartoons 8:30 Movie: "Lisbon" 10 AM Movie Game (Linda Cristal, Andrew Duggan, Buddy Ebsen, Meredith MacRae, Jan Murray, Patrick O'Neal) 10:30 Phil Donahue 11:30 That Girl 12 N Bewitched 12:30 Password (James Brolin, Juliet Prowse) 1 PM All My Children 1:30 Let's Make A Deal 2 PM Newlywed Game 2:30 Dating Game 3 PM General Hospital 3:30 One Life To Live 4 PM Love, American Style 4:30 Star Trek 5:30 Death Valley Days 6 PM News, Weather, Sports 6:30 ABC News (Howard K. Smith/Harry Reasoner) 7 PM Lawrence Welk (tunes from the tropics) 8 PM ABC News Special: "Terror In Northern Ireland" (pre-empts "Nanny And The Professor") 8:30 Dean Smith: UNC Basketball 9 PM Liberty Bowl: Arkansas-Tennessee 12 M News, Weather, Sports (time approximate) WRAL Ch. 5 Raleigh (ABC) 6 AM Daybreak 6:55 Viewpoint (Jesse Helms, who would be elected to the U.S. Senate the following year) 7 AM Good Morning Charlie (Charlie Gaddy, later WRAL's news anchor) 7:30 Reluctant Dragon And Mr. Toad (delay from Sun 10 AM) 8 AM Time For Uncle Paul 8:30 Bette Elliott 8:45 Jack LaLanne 9:20 Lucille Rivers 9:30 Mike Douglas (co-host Bobby Goldsboro; Roddy McDowall, singer Kelly Garrett, Canadian portrait photographer Yousuf Karsh, a 12-year-old billiards expert--and remember, this is where, a few years later, 3-year-old Tiger Woods hit golf balls with Bob Hope) 11 AM Bewitched (day-behind) 11:30 That Girl 12 N News, Weather, Sports 12:30 Password 1 PM All My Children 1:30 Let's Make A Deal 2 PM Newlywed Game 2:30 Dating Game 3 PM General Hospital 3:30 To Tell The Truth (Orson Bean, Kitty Carlisle, Peggy Cass, Bill Cullen) 4 PM Love, American Style 4:30 Truth Or Consequences 5 PM Perry Mason 6 PM News, Weather, Sports 6:25 Viewpoint 6:30 ABC News 7 PM I Dream Of Jeannie 7:30 Nanny And The Professor (week-behind) 8 PM Lawrence Welk 9 PM Liberty Bowl: Arkansas-Tennessee 12 M Movie: "The Phony American" (time approximate) WECT Ch. 6 Wilmington, NC (NBC/CBS) 6:30 Carolina In The Morning 7 AM Today (Barbara Walters reports on the Broadway opening of "Inner City"; Dr. Vicki Cohen discusses highway fatalities) 9 AM Mike Douglas (co-host Bob Cummings; Ann B. Davis, Walter and Grace Lantz (of "Woody Woodpecker" fame), Phyllis Newman) 10 AM Dinah's Place (psychologist Fitzhugh Dodson discusses children, in particular IQ and the underachiever) 10:30 Concentration 11 AM Sale Of The Century 11:30 Hollywood Squares (Marty Allen, Gene Hackman, Harvey Korman, Suzanne Pleshette, Karen Valentine, Wally Cox, Charley Weaver, Paul Lynde) 12 N Jeopardy! 12:30 Jim Burns 12:55 NBC News (Floyd Kalber) 1 PM Jim Burns continues 1:20 Lucille Rivers 1:30 As The World Turns 2 PM Days Of Our Lives 2:30 The Doctors 3 PM Another World 3:30 Edge Of Night 4 PM Somerset 4:30 Jeff's Collie 5 PM Big Valley 6 PM News, Weather, Sports 6:30 NBC News (John Chancellor) 7 PM Andy Griffith 7:30 Green Acres 8 PM Rowan And Martin's Laugh-In (guest: Joe Namath; cameos: Petula Clark, Burt Mustin, Queenie Smith, Charo) 9 PM NBC Movie: "The Ceremony" 11 PM News, Weather, Sports 11:30 Tonight Show (Joey Bishop subs for Johnny; Corbett Monica, Paul Anka, flamenco dancer Jose Malina, writer Gwen Davis) WITN Ch. 7 Washington, NC (NBC) 6 AM Agriculture 6:30 Mr. District Attorney 7 AM Today 9 AM Virginia Graham (George Plimpton, Marty Ingels, singer Gail Martin, fashion designer Sue Lane) 10 AM Dinah's Place 10:30 Concentration 11 AM Sale Of The Century 11:30 Hollywood Squares 12 N Jeopardy! 12:30 Who, What Or Where 12:55 NBC News 1 PM Divorce Court 1:30 Three On A Match 2 PM Days Of Our Lives 2:30 The Doctors 3 PM Another World 3:30 Bright Promise 4 PM Somerset 4:30 I Love Lucy 5 PM Big Valley 6 PM News, Weather, Sports 6:30 NBC News 7 PM I Dream Of Jeannie 7:30 Let's Make A Deal 8 PM Rowan And Martin's Laugh-In 9 PM NBC Movie: "The Ceremony" 11 PM News, Weather, Sports 11:30 Tonight Show WGHP Ch. 8 High Point (ABC) 6:45 Farm Report 7 AM University Of Michigan 7:30 Christmas Celebration 8:30 Romper Room 9 AM Movie: "Never A Dull Moment" 10:50 Lucille Rivers 11 AM Bewitched (day-behind) 11:30 That Girl 12 N News, Weather, Sports 12:30 Password 1 PM All My Children 1:30 Let's Make A Deal 2 PM Newlywed Game 2:30 Dating Game 3 PM General Hospital 3:30 One Life To Live 4 PM Movie: "The 300 Spartans" 5:30 News, Weather, Sports 6 PM ABC News 6:30 To Tell The Truth 7 PM Truth Or Consequences 7:30 Let's Make A Deal 8 PM ABC News Special 8:30 Getting Together (delay from Sat 8 PM) 9 PM Liberty Bowl: Arkansas-Tennessee 12 M News, Weather, Sports (time approximate) WNCT Ch. 9 Greenville, NC (CBS) 6:30 Carolina Today 8:15 Lucille Rivers 8:25 Meditations 8:30 CBS News 9 AM Captain Kangaroo 10 AM The Lucy Show 10:30 Flipper 11 AM Family Affair 11:30 Love Of Life 12 N News 12:30 Search For Tomorrow 1 PM Where The Heart Is 1:25 Timely Tips 1:30 As The World Turns 2 PM Love Is A Many Splendored Thing 2:30 Guiding Light 3 PM Secret Storm 3:30 Edge Of Night 4 PM Banana Splits 4:30 Santa Claus And Slim (Slim Short, longtime WNCT personality) 5 PM Hogan's Heroes 5:30 Green Acres 5:55 Paul Harvey 6 PM News, Weather, Sports 6:30 CBS News 7 PM Truth Or Consequences 7:30 Arnie (delay from Sat 9:30 PM) 8 PM Gunsmoke 9 PM Here's Lucy 9:30 Doris Day 10 PM Howard Keel Special (no details given) 11 PM News, Weather, Sports 11:30 Merv Griffin WSOC Ch. 9 Charlotte (NBC) 6:45 On The House 7 AM Today 9 AM Mike Douglas (co-host Robert Goulet; Billy Graham, Patti Jo (of "Purlie"), Cliff Gorman (of the Broadway version of "Lenny")) 10:20 Lucille Rivers 10:30 Concentration 11 AM Sale Of The Century 11:30 Hollywood Squares 12 N News, Weather, Sports 12:30 David Frost (Eli Wallach; Ross McWhirter, coeditor of the Guinness Book of World Records; singer Karen Morrow; comics Edmonds and Curley; a missionary) 1:30 Three On A Match 2 PM Days Of Our Lives 2:30 The Doctors 3 PM Another World 3:30 Timmy And Lassie 4 PM Flintstones 4:30 Gilligan's Island 5 PM Petticoat Junction 5:30 Dick Van Dyke 6 PM News, Weather, Sports 6:30 NBC News 7 PM Andy Griffith 7:30 Flying Nun 8 PM Rowan And Martin's Laugh-In 9 PM NBC Movie: "The Ceremony" 11 PM News, Weather, Sports 11:30 Tonight Show WIS Ch. 10 Columbia, SC (NBC) 6:45 Farm Report 7 AM Today 9 AM Today In Carolina 10 AM Dinah's Place 10:30 Concentration 11 AM Sale Of The Century 11:30 Hollywood Squares 12 N Jeopardy! 12:30 Who, What Or Where 12:55 NBC News 1 PM News, Weather, Sports 1:30 Mr. Knozit 2 PM Days Of Our Lives 2:30 The Doctors 3 PM Another World 3:30 Bright Promise 4 PM Somerset 4:30 Daniel Boone 5:30 Big Valley 6:30 NBC News 7 PM News, Weather, Sports 7:30 Frank McGuire (USC basketball: South Carolina's game with Virginia Tech) 8 PM Rowan And Martin's Laugh-In 9 PM NBC Movie: "The Ceremony" 11 PM News, Weather, Sports 11:30 Tonight Show WTVD Ch. 11 Durham (CBS) 6 AM USDA 6:30 Sunrise Semester 7 AM CBS News 8 AM Captain Kangaroo 9 AM Hazel 9:30 Movie Game (Shelley Berman, Bob Dishy, Rosemary Forsyth, David Janssen, Vincent Price, Juliet Prowse) 10 AM The Lucy Show 10:30 My Three Sons 11 AM Family Affair 11:30 Love Of Life 12 N Where The Heart Is 12:25 News (local) 12:30 Search For Tomorrow 1 PM Peggy Mann 1:30 As The World Turns 2 PM Love Is A Many Splendored Thing 2:30 Guiding Light 3 PM Secret Storm 3:30 Edge Of Night 4 PM Daniel Boone 5 PM Big Valley 6 PM News, Weather, Sports 6:30 CBS News 7 PM Wild Wild West 8 PM Gunsmoke 9 PM Here's Lucy 9:30 Doris Day 10 PM My Three Sons 11 PM News, Weather, Sports 11:30 Merv Griffin WCTI Ch. 12 New Bern (ABC) 8 AM Romper Room 8:30 Sesame Street 9:30 Montage 10:30 Movie Game 11 AM Love, American Style (day-behind) 11:30 That Girl 12 N Bewitched 12:30 Password 1 PM All My Children 1:30 Let's Make A Deal 2 PM Newlywed Game 2:30 Dating Game 3 PM General Hospital 3:30 One Life To Live 4 PM Movie: "Look For The Silver Lining" 5:55 Putting You First 6 PM News, Weather, Sports 6:30 ABC News 7 PM The Champions (British adventure series that aired on NBC in the summer of '68) 8 PM ABC News Special 8:30 White Wave (boat racing) 9 PM Liberty Bowl: Arkansas-Tennessee 12 M News, Weather, Sports (time approximate) WXII Ch. 12 Winston-Salem (NBC) 7 AM Today 9 AM Today At Home 9:30 Famous Jury Trials 10 AM Dinah's Place 10:30 Concentration 11 AM Sale Of The Century 11:30 Hollywood Squares 12 N Jeopardy! 12:30 Who, What Or Where 12:55 NBC News 1 PM Somerset 1:30 Three On A Match 2 PM Days Of Our Lives 2:30 The Doctors 3 PM Another World 3:30 Bright Promise 4 PM Virginia Graham (Hubert Humphrey, Peter Lawford, Lola Falana) 5 PM Gilligan's Island 5:30 Wild Wild West 6:30 NBC News 7 PM News, Weather, Sports 7:30 Green Acres 8 PM Rowan And Martin's Laugh-In 9 PM NBC Movie: "The Ceremony" 11 PM News, Weather, Sports 11:30 Tonight Show WBTW Ch. 13 Florence, SC (CBS/ABC) 7 AM Jim Nesbitt 8 AM Captain Kangaroo 9 AM Newlywed Game 9:30 Let's Make A Deal 10 AM The Lucy Show 10:30 My Three Sons 11 AM Family Affair 11:30 Love Of Life 12 N Where The Heart Is 12:25 CBS News (Douglas Edwards) 12:30 Search For Tomorrow 1 PM All My Children 1:30 As The World Turns 2 PM Love Is A Many Splendored Thing 2:30 Guiding Light 3 PM Secret Storm 3:30 Edge Of Night 4 PM Peyton Place 4:30 Daniel Boone 5:30 Brady Bunch (ABC, delay from Fri 8 PM) 6 PM ABC News 6:30 News, Weather, Sports 7 PM CBS News 7:30 Here's Lucy (week-behind, guest is Allen Funt) 8 PM Gunsmoke 9 PM Liberty Bowl: Arkansas-Tennessee Merv Griffin follows the game, probably joined in progress. WCCB Ch. 18 Charlotte (ABC) 7:40 News 7:55 Let's Think It Over 8 AM Fran Carlton 8:30 Cartoons 9 AM Romper Room 9:30 Cartoons 10 AM Dinah's Place (pre-empted on WSOC) 10:30 Movie Game 11 AM Metrolina Morning News 11:30 That Girl 12 N Bewitched 12:30 Password 1 PM All My Children 1:30 Let's Make A Deal 2 PM Newlywed Game 2:30 Dating Game 3 PM General Hospital 3:30 One Life To Live 4 PM Love, American Style 4:30 Virginian 6 PM ABC News 6:30 Branded 7 PM Film 8 PM ABC News Special 8:30 Victory At Sea 9 PM Liberty Bowl: Arkansas-Tennessee 12 M Mantrap (time approximate) WRDU (WRDC) Ch. 28 Durham (NBC) 7 AM Today 9 AM Western Theater 10 AM Dinah's Place 10:30 Concentration 11 AM Sale Of The Century 11:30 Hollywood Squares 12 N Jeopardy! 12:30 Who, What Or Where 12:55 NBC News 1 PM Romper Room 1:30 Three On A Match 2 PM Days Of Our Lives 2:30 The Doctors 3 PM Another World 3:30 Bright Promise 4 PM Somerset 4:30 Jim And Tammy 5:30 Movie: "The Gypsy And The Gentleman" 6:55 News 7 PM NBC News 7:30 Call Of The West (selected "Death Valley Days" reruns) 8 PM Rowan And Martin's Laugh-In 9 PM NBC Movie: "The Ceremony" 11 PM News, Weather, Sports 11:30 Tonight Show WRET (WCNC) Ch. 36 Charlotte (Ind.) 3 PM Banana Splits 3:30 Speed Racer 4 PM Spiderman 4:30 Addams Family 5 PM Leave It To Beaver 5:30 McHale's Navy 6 PM What's My Line? (Joanna Barnes, Bert Convy, Arlene Francis, Nipsey Russell) 6:30 Dragnet 7 PM Twilight Zone 7:30 The Rebel 8 PM Combat! 9 PM Movie: "Suspense" (from '46, but I don't know if there's any connection to the classic radio-TV show) 11 PM Alfred Hitchcock Presents 11:30 Movie: "Heroes Die Young" WTVI Ch. 42 Charlotte (PBS) nothing is said about in-school programs 4:30 Sesame Street 5:30 Observing Eye 6 PM Pattern For Living 6:30 French Chef 7 PM Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 7:30 Electric Company 8 PM Hatha Yoga 8:30 A Christmas Carol (Dr. Frank Baxter reads the story, and discusses its history and relevance to the 20th century) 9:30 Christmas At Boys Town 10 PM Thirty Minutes (guest is John Lindsay) Retro: North Carolina Saturday, December 18, 1971 From TV Guide, North Carolina Edition: WFMY Ch. 2 Greensboro (CBS) 7 AM Sunrise Semester: "Classical Mythology" 7:30 Tom And Jerry (delay from Sun 9 AM) 8 AM Bugs Bunny 8:30 Scooby Doo, Where Are You? 9 AM Harlem Globetrotters (animated) 9:30 Help! It's The Hair Bear Bunch! 10 AM Pebbles And Bamm Bamm 10:30 Archie's TV Funnies 11 AM Sabrina, The Teenage Witch 11:30 Josie And The Pussycats 12 N Monkees 12:30 You Are There (new version of the classic '50s series which presents historical events as breaking news stories--Walter Cronkite returns as anchor, but this version is aimed more at young people) 1 PM Sun Bowl: Iowa State-LSU 3:45 The NFL Today (time approximate) 4 PM NFL Football: Cardinals-Cowboys 7 PM Hee Haw (guests: George Lindsey, not yet a regular, and singer Kenni Huskey, time approximate) 8 PM All In The Family 8:30 Mary Tyler Moore 9 PM The New Dick Van Dyke Show (Dick is Phoenix talk-show host Dick Preston--he was living in the Phoenix area at the time and filmed his show there; he also had some real-life talk-show experience, having hosted a show in Atlanta in the '50s) 9:30 Arnie (Herschel Bernardi) 10 PM Mission: Impossible 11 PM News, Sports, Weather 11:30 Movie: "Meet Danny Wilson" (Frank Sinatra, from '51, when his career was at a low point) WUND Ch. 2 Columbia/Edenton, NC; WUNC Ch. 4 Chapel Hill; WUNJ Ch. 39 Wilmington, NC; WUNG Ch. 58 Concord, NC (PBS) off air on Saturday WBTV Ch. 3 Charlotte (CBS) 7 AM Casper 8 AM Bugs Bunny 8:30 Scooby Doo, Where Are You? 9 AM Harlem Globetrotters 9:30 Help! It's The Hair Bear Bunch! 10 AM Pebbles And Bamm Bamm 10:30 Archie's TV Funnies 11 AM Sabrina, The Teenage Witch 11:30 Josie And The Pussycats 12 N Monkees 12:30 You Are There 1 PM Sun Bowl: Iowa State-LSU 3:45 The NFL Today (time approximate) 4 PM NFL Football: Cardinals-Cowboys 7 PM The Scene Tonight (time approximate) 7:30 Tommy Faile (local country-music show) 8 PM All In The Family 8:30 Mary Tyler Moore 9 PM The New Dick Van Dyke Show 9:30 Arnie 10 PM Mission: Impossible 11 PM News, Sports, Weather 11:30 Movie: "Houdini" (Tony Curtis as the escape artist) WWAY Ch. 3 Wilmington, NC (ABC/NBC) 7 AM Cartoons 7:30 Reluctant Dragon And Mr. Toad (delay from Sun 10 AM) 8 AM Will The Real Jerry Lewis Please Sit Down? 8:30 Road Runner 9 AM Funky Phantom 9:30 Jackson Five 10 AM Bewitched 10:30 Lidsville 11 AM Curiosity Shop (topic: measuring) 12 N Jonny Quest 12:30 Lancelot Link, Secret Chimp 1 PM American Bandstand (guest Holly Sherwood sings "Day By Day") 1:30 TBA 2 PM Movie: "Sands Of Iwo Jima" 4 PM Untamed World 4:30 Sports Challenge (basketball's Bill Russell, John Havlicek, and Red Auerbach vs. NFL Hall of Famers Sid Luckman, Elroy Hirsch, and Bobby Layne) 5 PM Wide World Of Sports (the Tournament of Thrills Auto Crash Championship, the U.S. Open Pocket Billiards Championship) 6:30 That Good Ole Nashville Music (Sammi Smith, Grandpa Jones, Tommy Overstreet, George Morgan) 7 PM Hee Haw (Susan Raye, Buddy Alan--Buck Owens' son) 8 PM Getting Together (Bobby Sherman) 8:30 ABC Movie: "What's A Nice Girl Like You...?" (Brenda Vaccaro as the target of kidnappers) 10 PM The Persuaders (Tony Curtis, Roger Moore) 11 PM ABC News (Sam Donaldson) 11:15 Blue Boys (music, probably either country or gospel) 11:45 Movie: "The War Lord" WRAL Ch. 5 Raleigh (ABC) 6:30 Cartoons 7 AM Movie: "The Beast With Five Fingers" 8:30 Road Runner 9 AM Funky Phantom 9:30 Jackson Five 10 AM Bewitched 10:30 Lidsville 11 AM Curiosity Shop 12 N Jonny Quest 12:30 Teenage Frolics 1 PM American Bandstand 1:30 The Saint 2:30 Star Trek 3:30 Movie: TBA 5 PM Wrestling (from the studio) 6 PM Arthur Smith 6:30 Wilburn Brothers (guest: Tom T. Hall) 7 PM Porter Wagoner (guest: T. Texas Tyler) 7:30 Buck Owens (guests: the Bakersfield Brass, Kenni Huskey-this is not "Hee Haw") 8 PM Getting Together 8:30 ABC Movie: "What's A Nice Girl Like You...?" 10 PM The Persuaders 11 PM News, Sports, Weather 11:20 ABC News 11:35 Movie: "Riders Of Vengeance" WECT Ch. 6 Wilmington, NC (NBC/CBS) 7 AM Roy Rogers 8 AM Dr. Dolittle 8:30 Woody Woodpecker 9 AM Deputy Dawg 9:30 Pink Panther 10 AM Barrier Reef 10:30 Take A Giant Step (Susan Oliver pilots a small plane over Los Angeles, then joins the teenage panel in a discussion about pollution.) 11:30 The Bugaloos 12 N Mr. Wizard (how to make, transmit, and receive codes) 12:30 Jetsons 1 PM Fayetteville Youth Council 1:30 Wilmington Youth Council 2 PM The Messiah (performed by the U.S. Naval Academy Choir and the Hood College Choir of Frederick, MD) 2:30 Pet Set (guest: Della Reese; obedience-trained poodles and champion Dalmatians) 3 PM TBA 3:45 The NFL Today 4 PM NFL Football: Cardinals-Cowboys 7 PM Lancer (time approximate) 8 PM The Partners (Don Adams, Rupert Crosse; Jack Webb appears as a police commissioner) 8:30 The Good Life (Larry Hagman and Donna Mills as a couple working as servants to tycoon David Wayne) 9 PM NBC Movie: "The Singing Nun" (watch for a brief appearance by Ed Sullivan, who actually had her on his show in 1963) 11 PM Roller Derby 12 M Movie: "Love Is Better Than Ever" WITN Ch. 7 Washington, NC (NBC) 7 AM Big Picture 7:30 Across The Fence 8 AM Dr. Dolittle 8:30 Woody Woodpecker 9 AM Deputy Dawg 9:30 Pink Panther 10 AM Barrier Reef 10:30 Take A Giant Step 11:30 The Bugaloos 12 N Mr. Wizard 12:30 Jetsons 1 PM Hospitality House (long-running local show) 2 PM Movie: "Desire In The Dust" 4 PM Wackiest Ship In The Army 5 PM Pet Set (Eddie and Edward Albert; a killer whale and a live alligator are shown on film) 5:30 Bill Anderson 6 PM News, Sports, Weather 6:30 NBC News (Garrick Utley) 7 PM Rollin' On The River (guests: Tony Joe White, singer Julie Amato, comic Billy Van) 7:30 Adam-12 (delay from Wed 8 PM; Ch. 7 ran "The Virginian" Wednesdays 7-8:30) 8 PM The Partners 8:30 The Good Life 9 PM NBC Movie: "The Singing Nun" 11 PM News, Sports, Weather 11:30 Movie: "Sherlock Holmes And The Secret Weapon" (this one moves Holmes and Watson into World War II) 1 AM Alcoholics Anonymous WGHP Ch. 8 High Point (ABC) 7:30 Romper Room 8 AM Will The Real Jerry Lewis Please Sit Down? 8:30 Road Runner 9 AM Funky Phantom 9:30 Jackson Five 10 AM Bewitched 10:30 Lidsville 11 AM Curiosity Shop 12 N Jonny Quest 12:30 Lancelot Link, Secret Chimp 1 PM American Bandstand 1:30 TBA 2 PM Reaction (local public-affairs program) 2:30 Christmas Seal Story 3 PM Movie: "Poor Little Rich Girl" (Shirley Temple) 5 PM Wide World Of Sports 6:30 Wrestling (from the studio) 7:30 Lawrence Welk 8:30 ABC Movie: "What's A Nice Girl Like You...?" 10 PM The Persuaders 11 PM ABC News 11:15 News, Sports, Weather 11:30 Movie: "The Hand" WNCT Ch. 9 Greenville, NC (CBS) 8 AM Bugs Bunny 8:30 Scooby Doo, Where Are You? 9 AM Harlem Globetrotters 9:30 Help! It's The Hair Bear Bunch! 10 AM Pebbles And Bamm Bamm 10:30 Archie's TV Funnies 11 AM Sabrina, The Teenage Witch 11:30 Josie And The Pussycats 12 N Monkees 12:30 You Are There 1 PM Sun Bowl: Iowa State-LSU 3:45 The NFL Today (time approximate) 4 PM NFL Football: Cardinals-Cowboys 7 PM Hee Haw (same as Ch. 2, time approximate) 8 PM All In The Family 8:30 Name Of The Game 10 PM Mission: Impossible 11 PM News, Sports, Weather 11:30 Roller Derby 12:30 Movie: "The Loves Of Carmen" WSOC Ch. 9 Charlotte (NBC) 7 AM Popeye 7:30 Abbott And Costello 8 AM Dr. Dolittle 8:30 Woody Woodpecker 9 AM Deputy Dawg 9:30 Pink Panther 10 AM Barrier Reef 10:30 Take A Giant Step 11:30 The Bugaloos 12 N Mr. Wizard 12:30 Jetsons 1 PM Fury 1:30 Sports Challenge 2 PM Movie: "Santa Claus Conquers The Martians" 4 PM Lost In Space 5 PM Rollin' On The River (guest: Karen Black) 5:30 Untamed World 6 PM News, Sports, Weather 6:30 NBC News 7 PM Lawrence Welk 8 PM The Partners 8:30 The Good Life 9 PM NBC Movie: "The Singing Nun" 11 PM News, Sports, Weather 11:30 Movie: "The Capetown Affair" WIS Ch. 10 Columbia, SC (NBC) 6:45 With This Ring 7 AM Agricultural Panorama 7:15 Davey And Goliath 7:30 Mr. Knozit 8:30 Woody Woodpecker 9 AM Deputy Dawg 9:30 Pink Panther 10 AM Barrier Reef 10:30 Take A Giant Step 11:30 The Bugaloos 12 N Mr. Wizard 12:30 Jetsons 1 PM Dr. Dolittle 1:30 Get Smart 2 PM Movie: "The President's Lady" (the story of Andrew and Rachel Jackson's attempt to get married--legally, she was still married to another man) 4 PM Burke's Law 5 PM Perry Mason 6 PM That Good Ole Nashville Music 6:30 NBC News 7 PM News, Sports, Weather 7:30 Children's Special (a boy named Benji is magically taken to the first Christmas--with the voices of Hans Conried, Richard Susceno, Don Messick, and Coleen Collins) 8 PM College Basketball: South Carolina-Virginia Tech (this was South Carolina's first year as an independent; they had been in the ACC and are now in the SEC) 10 PM Engelbert Humperdinck (guests Gina Lollobrigida, Lou Rawls, Kaye Ballard, and Roger Whittaker join in a satirical look at Hollywood, time approximate) 11 PM News, Weather, Sports 11:30 Movie: "Wall Of Noise" 1 AM News 1:05 With This Ring WTVD Ch. 11 Durham (CBS) 6:30 Sunrise Semester 7 AM Across The Fence 7:30 Now! 8 AM Bugs Bunny 8:30 Scooby Doo, Where Are You? 9 AM Harlem Globetrotters 9:30 Help! It's The Hair Bear Bunch! 10 AM Pebbles And Bamm Bamm 10:30 Archie's TV Funnies 11 AM Sabrina, The Teenage Witch 11:30 Josie And The Pussycats 12 N Monkees 12:30 You Are There 1 PM Sun Bowl: Iowa State-LSU 3:45 The NFL Today (time approximate) 4 PM NFL Football: Cardinals-Cowboys 7 PM Hee Haw (same as WWAY, time approximate) 8 PM All In The Family 8:30 Mary Tyler Moore 9 PM The New Dick Van Dyke Show 9:30 Arnie 10 PM Mission: Impossible 11 PM News, Sports, Weather 11:30 Movie: "Companions In Nightmare" WCTI Ch. 12 New Bern (ABC) 7 AM Yogi & Huck 7:15 Telestory 7:30 Gilligan's Island 8 AM Will The Real Jerry Lewis Please Sit Down? 8:30 Road Runner 9 AM Funky Phantom 9:30 Jackson Five 10 AM Bewitched 10:30 Lidsville 11 AM Curiosity Shop 12 N Jonny Quest 12:30 Lancelot Link, Secret Chimp 1 PM American Bandstand 1:30 Movies: "Bad Men Of Missouri," "The Oklahoma Kid," and "The Magnificent Seven" 5 PM Wide World Of Sports 6:30 Rod, Reel And Gun 7 PM This Is Tom Jones 8 PM Getting Together 8:30 ABC Movie: "What's A Nice Girl Like You...?" 10 PM The Persuaders 11 PM ABC News 11:15 News, Sports, Weather 11:30 Wrestling (not sure from where, I've often heard Nashville) 12:30 Movie: "Diary Of A Madman" WXII Ch. 12 Winston-Salem (NBC) 7 AM Farm Report 7:30 Cartoons 8 AM Dr. Dolittle 8:30 Woody Woodpecker 9 AM Deputy Dawg 9:30 Pink Panther 10 AM Barrier Reef 10:30 Take A Giant Step 11:30 The Bugaloos 12 N Mr. Wizard 12:30 Jetsons 1 PM Reflections 1:30 Bob Gordon Theater ("I Spy," "Time Tunnel," "Judd For The Defense," movie TBA) 6 PM Joe Caldwell (reviews and previews of Carolina Cougars games--the Cougars were in the American Basketball Association) 6:15 Parsons To Persons 6:30 NBC News 7 PM News, Sports, Weather 7:30 Rollin' On The River (same as Ch. 7) 8 PM The Partners 8:30 The Good Life 9 PM NBC Movie: "The Singing Nun" 11 PM News, Sports, Weather 11:15 Movie: "Dakota Incident" WBTW Ch. 13 Florence, SC (CBS/ABC) 7 AM Cheyenne 8 AM Bugs Bunny 8:30 Scooby Doo, Where Are You? 9 AM Harlem Globetrotters 9:30 Help! It's The Hair Bear Bunch! 10 AM Pebbles And Bamm Bamm 10:30 Archie's TV Funnies 11 AM Sabrina, The Teenage Witch 11:30 Josie And The Pussycats 12 N Wrestling (probably from Charlotte, since WBTV was Ch. 13's sister station at the time) 1 PM Sun Bowl: Iowa State-LSU 3:45 The NFL Today (time approximate) 4 PM NFL Football: Cardinals-Cowboys 7 PM CBS News (Roger Mudd) (this is what is listed but seems unlikely) 7:30 Southeast Almanac 8 PM All In The Family 8:30 ABC Movie: "What's A Nice Girl Like You...?" 10 PM Mission: Impossible 11 PM ABC News 11:15 News, Sports, Weather 11:30 Movie: "A Man Called Adam" (Sammy Davis Jr. as a jazz musician confronting racial prejudice--Rat Pack pals Frank Sinatra and Peter Lawford also appear, from '66. Ch. 13 aired its own movie on Thursdays, so this may have been CBS's Thursday-night movie two nights before.) WCCB Ch. 18 Charlotte (ABC) 7:30 Agricultural Film 8 AM Will The Real Jerry Lewis Please Sit Down? 8:30 Road Runner 9 AM Funky Phantom 9:30 Jackson Five 10 AM Bewitched 10:30 Lidsville 11 AM Curiosity Shop 12 N Jonny Quest 12:30 Lancelot Link, Secret Chimp 1 PM American Bandstand 1:30 Movies: "The Fleet's In" and "Kitty" 5 PM Wide World Of Sports 6:30 CBS News (pre-empted on WBTV, but this seems unlikely) 7 PM Victory At Sea 7:30 Silent Service 8 PM Getting Together 8:30 ABC Movie: "What's A Nice Girl Like You...?" 10 PM The Persuaders 11 PM ABC News 11:15 Movie: "The Uninvited" WRDU (WRDC) Ch. 28 Durham (NBC) 7:55 Conservationist 8 AM Dr. Dolittle 8:30 Woody Woodpecker 9 AM Deputy Dawg 9:30 Pink Panther 10 AM Barrier Reef 10:30 Take A Giant Step 11:30 The Bugaloos 12 N Mr. Wizard 12:30 Jetsons 1 PM TBA 4 PM Movie: "Trail Street" 6 PM Wrestling (from Tampa) 7 PM NBC News 7:30 World Of Sports Illustrated 8 PM The Partners 8:30 The Good Life 9 PM NBC Movie: "The Singing Nun" 11 PM Movie: "The Mermaids Of Tiburon" WRET (WCNC) Ch. 36 Charlotte (Ind.) 8:30 Across The Fence 9 AM Movie: "The Giant Behemoth" 10:30 Movie: "The Hypnotic Eye" 12 N Speed Racer 12:30 Spiderman 1 PM Rocket Robin Hood 1:30 Tennessee Tuxedo 2 PM Popeye 2:30 Movie: "The Bride And The Beast" 4 PM One Step Beyond 4:30 Twilight Zone 5 PM Outer Limits (an early appearance by Martin Sheen in "Nightmare," about a mock war between Earth and the planet Ebon) 6 PM Roller Game 8 PM Wrestling (from Tampa) 9 PM Movie: "Racing Fever" 11 PM Alfred Hitchcock Presents (guest star is Dick Van Dyke) 11:30 Movie: "She Gods Of Shark Reef" WTVI Ch. 42 Charlotte (PBS) off air on Saturday Retro: Northern Wisconsin/Western Upper Michigan Sat, Dec 17, 1977 from TV Guide-Northern Wisconsin edition Michigan channels listed CT WBAY 2-CBS Green Bay 5:30 Sunrise Semester "Man's Place in Nature" 6:00 Cartoon Time 6:30 Kidsworld 7:00 Skatebirds 8:00 Bugs Bunny/Road Runner 9:30 Batman/Tarzan 10:30 Space Academy 11:00 Isis 11:30 NFL Today noon NFL: LA Rams-Washington 3:00 Star Trek 4:00 Bowling 5:00 Price is Right 5:30 CBS Evening News 6:00 News 6:30 Lawrence Welk (Christmas and winter tunes) 7:30 We've Got Each Other 8:00 Jeffersons 8:30 Tony Randall 9:00 Kojak 10:00 News 10:30 Movie "Ritual of Evil" 12:15 Movie "Zita" WBBM 2-CBS Chicago listed overnight only 12:45am Common Ground 3:15 Movie "Man Bait" WISC 3-CBS Madison 6:30 Sunrise Semester "Man's Place in Nature" 7:00 Skatebirds 8:00 Bugs Bunny/Road Runner 9:30 Batman/Tarzan 10:30 Space Academy 11:30 NFL Today noon NFL: Rams-Redskins 3:00 CBS Sports Spectacular: highlights of the WBC welterweight title bout between champ Carlos Palomino and Jose Palacios/NHRA World Finals/US Pro Armwrestling Championships/World's Strongest Man pt 10 5:00 Bobby Vinton (guests Chita Rivera and Tom Bresh) 5:30 CBS Evening News 6:00 Hee Haw (guests Dennis Weaver and Susan Raye) 7:00 Bob Newhart 7:30 We've Got Each Other 8:00 Jeffersons 8:30 Tony Randall 9:00 Kojak 10:00 News 10:30 In Search of... 11:00 Movie "Young at Heart" 12:30 Pop Goes the Country (guests Crystal Gayle, Tommy Overstreet, and Carl Perkins) WTMJ 4-NBC Milwaukee 6:00 Ag USA 6:30 Library Playhouse 6:45 Library Story 7:00 CB Bears 8:00 Movie "The Christmas Martian" 9:30 Adventures of Muhammad Ali 10:00 Thunder 10:30 Search & Rescue 11:00 Baggy Pants & the Nitwits 11:30 Red Hand Gang noon Kidsworld 12:30 Inner View 1:00 Human Rights 1:30 Soul Train 2:30 American Life Style 3:00 NFL: Buffalo-Miami 6:00 News 6:30 Hollywood Squares 7:00 Bionic Woman 8:00 Movie "The Incredible Rocky Mountain Race" 10:00 News 10:30 Saturday Night (viewer-selected host Miskel Spillman; conflicting info on guests: TVG has the Sex Pistols and Franken & David, while online sources say it was Elvis Costello) mid. Midnight Special (guest host Lou Rawls is joined by Rod Stewart, ELO, Dorothy Moore, Thin Lizzy, and Paul Nicholas) 1:30 Don Kirshner's Rock Concert WFRV 5-Green Bay/WJMN 3-Escanaba (NBC) 6:30 Davey & Goliath 7:00 CB Bears 8:00 Space Sentinels 8:30 Super Witch 9:00 Bang-Shang Lalapalooza 9:30 Batman/Tarzan 10:30 Search & Rescue 11:00 Baggy Pants & the Nitwits 11:30 Red Hand Gang noon Flintstones 12:30 Petticoat Junction 1:00 Wild Kingdom 1:30 Pop Goes the Country 2:00 Big Red Rodeo 3:00 NFL: Bills-Dolphins 6:00 News 6:30 That's Hollywood! 7:00 Bionic Woman 8:00 Movie "The Incredible Rocky Mountain Race" 10:00 News 10:30 Movie "Journey to the Unknown" WITI 6-CBS Milwaukee 6:00 Skatebirds 7:00 Popeye 7:30 Porky Pig & Friends 8:00 Bugs Bunny/Road Runner 9:30 Batman/Tarzan 10:30 Space Academy 11:00 Isis 11:30 NFL Today noon NFL: Rams-Redskins 3:00 CBS Sports Spectacular 5:00 TV6 Reports 5:30 CBS Evening News 6:00 Season's Greetings from Our New Home (Christmas celebrations from the WITI Communications Center includes tree decorating, carols, and Albert the Alleycat with his version of The Night Before Christmas) 6:30 Sights & Sounds of Christmas (highlights of Christmas concerts and the Milwaukee Christmas Parade) 7:00 Fantastic Toyshop (the Milwaukee Symphony's Kinderkonzert, with help from the Robin Reed Puppet Theatre) 8:00 Jeffersons 8:30 Tony Randall 9:00 Kojak 10:00 News 10:30 Movie "A Christmas Carol" (bw/1938 version) 11:50 Movie "Packetful of Miracles" 2:25 News 2:30 Speak Freely WLUC 6-CBS/ABC Marquette 7:00 Skatebirds 8:00 Bugs Bunny/Road Runner 9:30 Batman/Tarzan 10:30 Space Academy 11:00 Santa Claus 11:30 NFL Today noon NFL: Rams-Redskins 3:00 CBS Sports Spectacular 5:00 News 5:30 CBS Evening News 6:00 Lawrence Welk (same as ch 2) 7:00 Bob Newhart 7:30 We've Got Each Other 8:00 Jeffersons 8:30 Tony Randall 9:00 Kojak 10:00 News 10:30 Gunsmoke 11:30 Movie "Sally and Saint Anne" (bw) WSAU 7-CBS Wausau 7:00 Skatebirds 8:00 Bugs Bunny/Road Runner 9:30 Batman/Tarzan 10:30 Space Academy 11:00 Isis 11:30 NFL Today noon NFL: Rams-Redskins 3:00 CBS Sports Spectacular 5:00 High Quiz Bowl: Antigo High v last week's winner 5:30 CBS Evening News 6:00 News 6:30 Lawrence Welk (same as ch 2) 7:30 We've Got Each Other 8:00 Jeffersons 8:30 Tony Randall 9:00 Kojak 10:00 News 10:30 Ironside 11:30 Columbo WKBT 8-CBS La Crosse 7:00 Skatebirds 8:00 Bugs Bunny/Road Runner 9:30 Batman/Tarzan 10:30 Space Academy 11:00 Isis 11:30 NFL Today noon NFL: Rams-Redskins 3:00 CBS Sports Spectacular 5:00 High Quiz Bowl: La Crosse Aquinas v last week's winner (were this and ch 7's version related?) 5:30 CBS Evening News 6:00 Lawrence Welk (as ch 2) 7:00 Bob Newhart 7:30 We've Got Each Other 8:00 Jeffersons 8:30 Tony Randall 9:00 Kojak 10:00 News 10:30 Movie "Assignment K" 12:20 PTL Club WAOW 9-Wausau/WXOW 19-La Crosse (ABC) 7:00 Superfriends 8:00 Scooby's Laff-a-Lympics 10:00 Krofft Supershow 11:00 ABC Weekend Special "Pssst! Hammerman's After You" (1 hr) noon US Farm Report 12:30 Agriculture Today 1:00 A Better Way 1:30 Quest for Adventure 2:00 America's Problems & Challenges 2:30 Navy Film 3:00 12 O'Clock High 4:00 ABC Wide World of Sports: Sugar Ray Leonard (5-0) v Hector "Chinito" Diaz (17-6-3) in a welterweight bout live from DC-this was Sugar Ray's debut in that category; National 500 auto race/World Pro Skiing Championships 5:30 ABC Evening News 6:00 Community '77 6:30 Brady Bunch 7:00 Tabitha 7:30 Operation Petticoat 8:00 NFL: Minnesota-Detroit 11:00 Movie "Flame of the Barbary Coast" (bw) 12:40 ABC News 12:55 12 O'Clock High (bw) WGN 9-Ind Chicago 6:30 News 7:00 US Farm Report 7:30 Daniel Boone 8:30 Movie "Crashing Las Vegas" (bw) 10:00 Movie "The Littlest Rebel" (bw) 11:30 Charlando noon Movie "David Copperfield" (bw) 2:30 Movie "Keep 'Em Flying" (bw) 4:00 Soul Train (guests the Spinners; and Hedges, James & Smith) 5:00 Family Affair 5:30 My Three Sons 6:00 Dick Van Dyke (bw) 6:30 Odd Couple 7:00 NBA: Chicago-New York (live from MSG; Lorn Brown/Johnny Kerr) 9:00 TBA 9:30 Hogan's Heroes 10:00 News 10:30 Movie "The Victors" (bw) 1:30 News 2:00 Movie "Slattery's Hurricane" (bw) WMVS 10-PBS Milwaukee 9:00 Sesame Street 10:00 Electric Company 10:30 Consumer Survival Kit 11:00 French Chef 11:30 Crockett's Victory Garden noon Sesame Street 1:00 Once Upon a Classic "Robin Hood" (pt 11) 1:30 Music from Summerfest 2:30 Age of Uncertainty (taped in 1976 at John Kenneth Galbraith's Vermont farm, Henry Kissiner and ex-British PM Edward Heath head an international forum as the series concludes) 4:00 Best of Families 5:00 Metroplex 6:00 Black Perspective on the News 6:30 Once Upon a Classic (rerun from 1pm) 7:00 James Michener's World "Hawaii Revisited" 8:00 Hollywood Television Theatre "Six Characters in Search of an Actor" (the cast is led by John Houseman and Andy Griffith) 9:30 Portrait of a Nurse (following a Boston nurse practitioner) 10:00 No-Honestly 10:30 David Susskind "Who was Lee Harvey Oswald?" (Columnist Jack Anderson leads the panel) WLUK 11-ABC Green Bay 6:30 Valley of the Dinosaurs 7:00 Superfriends 8:00 Scooby's Laff-a-Lympics 10:00 Krofft Supershow 11:00 ABC Weekend Special "Pssst! Hammerman's After You" (1 hr) noon US Farm Report 12:30 Movie "Hansel and Gretel" (bw) 1:15 Movie "The Golden Goose" 2:30 Movie "Dogs to the Rescue" 4:00 ABC Wide World of Sports 5:30 All-Star Anything Goes: Busting Loose takes on Eight is Enough 6:00 Hee Haw (same as ch 3) 7:00 Tabitha 7:30 Peege (drama detailing a family's final visit to a dying grandma during the Christmas season) 8:00 NFL: Minnesota-Detroit 11:00 ABC News 11:15 News 11:30 Wrestling 12:30 700 Club 1:30 Movie "Bad Lands" (bw) WISN 12-ABC Milwaukee 6:00 Badger Farm Report 6:30 Bozo's Big Top 7:00 Superfriends 8:00 Scooby's Laff-a-Lympics 10:00 Krofft Supershow 11:00 ABC Weekend Special "Pssst! Hammerman's After You" noon American Bandstand (guests the Babys; 30 min) 12:30 Movie "You're Never Too Young" (Dean and Jerry take on The Major and the Minor) 2:30 Closeup: Ethnic Milwaukee (a look at the city's various groups) 3:30 Skiing is Believing 4:00 ABC Wide World of Sports 5:30 News 6:00 Inn by the Side of the Road (a woman, still in love with the husband who dumped her a few years earlier, finally comes to grips with her situation during a weekend stay at an inn) 6:30 Night the Animals Talked 7:00 Tabitha 7:30 Operation Petticoat 8:00 NFL: Vikings-Lions 11:00 News 11:30 Movie "Anything Goes" 12:55 Movie "Riding High" (bw) WAEO 12-NBC Rhinelander 7:00 CB Bears 8:00 Space Sentinels 8:30 Super Witch 9:00 Bang-Shang Lalapalooza 9:30 Adventures of Muhammad Ali 10:00 Thunder 10:30 Search & Rescue 11:00 Baggy Pants & the Nitwits 11:30 Red Hand Gang noon Nicolet College Forum 12:30 Answers for Today 1:00 PTL Club 3:00 NFL: Bills-Dolphins 6:00 Hee Haw (as ch 3) 7:00 Bionic Woman 8:00 Movie "The Incredible Rocky Mountain Race" 10:00 News 10:30 Saturday Night WNMU 13-PBS Marquette 8:00 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 8:30 Electric Company 9:00 NMU Commencement 10:30 Consumer Survival Kit 11:00 French Chef 11:30 Crockett's Victory Garden noon Parent Effectiveness 12:30 Montage 1:00 Movie "Open City" (bw) 2:40 Rebop 3:00 Nova "The Red Planet" (examines theories about life on Mars) 4:00 Age of Uncertainty 5:30 Best of Ernie Kovacs (bw) 6:00 No-Honestly 6:30 Portrait of a Nurse 7:00 Best of Families (finale) 8:00 James Michener's World "Hawaii Revisited" 9:00 Movie "M" (bw) 10:40 Films WEAU 13-NBC Eau Claire 7:00 CB Bears 8:00 Space Sentinels 8:30 Super Witch 9:00 Bang-Shang Lalapalooza 9:30 Adventures of Muhammad Ali 10:00 Thunder 10:30 Search & Rescue 11:00 Baggy Pants & the Nitwits 11:30 My Three Sons noon Dick Rodgers 12:30 US Farm Report 1:00 Adam-12 1:30 Wild, Wild World of Animals 2:00 Pop Goes the Country 2:30 NFL '77 3:00 NFL: Bills-Dolphins 6:00 Hee Haw (as ch 3) 7:00 Bionic Woman 8:00 Movie "The Incredible Rocky Mountain Race" 10:00 News 10:30 Saturday Night mid. Marcus Welby, MD WVTV 18-Ind Milwaukee 11:00 South by Northwest 11:30 Big Blue Marble noon Magilla Gorilla 12:30 Comedy Cutups 1:00 Tarzan 2:00 Movie "Song of Scherherazade" 4:00 Twilight Zone (bw/x2) 5:00 Wrestling 6:00 Hee Haw (as ch 3) 7:00 Pop Goes the Country (guests Jerry Reed, Susan Raye, and Mickey Newbury) 7:30 Dolly (guest Jim Stafford) 8:00 National Geographic "The Lonely Doryman-Portugal's Men of the Sea" 9:00 Movie "The Night Walker" (bw) 11:00 700 Club 12:30 News WHRM 20-Wausau/WPNE 38-Green Bay/WHWC 28-Eau Claire/WHLA 31-La Crosse (PBS, Wisconsin Public TV) 8:00 Washington Week in Review 8:30 Wall Street Week 9:00 Dick Cavett (guest: playwright Ntozake Shange) 9:30 Daniel Foster, MD 10:00 Parent Effectiveness 10:30 Consumer Survival Kit 11:00 French Chef 11:30 Crockett's Victory Garden noon Dick Cavett (guest Thomas Hoving, outgoing director of the Metropolitan Museum of Art) 12:30 Montage 1:00 Farm Digest 1:30 Target: The State 2:00 (20) Studio See 2:00 (38/28/31) Encompass 2:30 Rebop 3:00 Nova "The Red Planet" 4:00 Sesame Street 5:00 Images of Aging 6:00 Black Perspective on the News 6:30 Once Upon a Classic "Robin Hood" (pt 11) 7:00 James Michener's World "Hawaii Revisited" 8:00 Evening at Symphony 9:30 David Susskind 11:25 Rest of the Story WKBD 50-Ind Detroit 7:30 Jerry Falwell 8:30 Big Blue Marble 9:00 Movie "Coast of Skeletons" 11:00 Movie "Sierra Baron" 12:30 Movie "The Disembodied" (bw) 2:00 Movie "Caribbean" 4:00 Star Trek 5:00 Emergency One! 6:00 I Love Lucy (bw) 6:30 Brady Bunch 7:00 Movie "Ice Palace" 10:00 Flash Gordon "Rocketing to Earth" (bw) 10:30 Saturday Night (what did Motown's NBC affiliate WWJ run in the time slot?) Retro: Toronto/Southern Ontario Sat, Dec 17, 1983 from Toronto Globe & Mail WGRZ 2-NBC Buffalo 6:00 PTL Club 7:00 Romper Room 7:30 One of a Kind 8:00 Flintstone Funnies 8:30 Shirt Tales 9:00 Smurfs 10:30 Alvin & the Chipmunks 11:00 Mr. T 11:30 Amazing Spiderman/Incredible Hulk 12:30 Thundarr the Barbarian 1:00 Buffalo: Up Close 1:30 Solid Gold Christmas Special (counting down the top 40 Christmas songs) 3:30 NFL '83 4:00 NFL: Cincinnati-Minnesota 7:00 Taking Advantage 7:30 NHL: Buffalo-Hartford 10:00 Yellow Rose 11:00 News 11:30 Movie "Miracle on 34th Street" 1:30 Buck Rogers 1:50 Movietone News 2:00 Movie "Girl Crazy" 3:40 Movie "The American Game" CKVR 3-CBC Barrie 6:00 Oceans Alive 6:30 Hilarious House of Frightenstein 7:30 Circle Square 8:00 Third Story 8:30 Harrigan 9:00 Hilarious House of Frightenstein 10:00 Kidsworld 10:30 TBA 11:00 Forest Rangers 11:30 My Three Sons noon Oceans Alive 12:30 This Week in Ontario (IIRC produced by CBLT) 1:00 Showbiz 1:30 Your Wealth 2:00 Wrestling 3:00 World Cup Skiing (women's action, taped December 12 in Sestiere, Italy) 4:00 CBC SportsWeekend: Agribition Rodeo/Canadian Superstars 6:00 Reach for the Top 6:30 Ski Base 7:00 Jennifer Slept Here 7:30 Happy Days 8:00 Hockey Night in Canada: Washington-Toronto 11:00 The National 11:15 Provincial Affairs 11:20 News 11:40 Movie "The Miracle Worker" 1:45 Cartoons 2:00 Our Miss Brooks 2:30 Twilight Zone 3:00 December Bride 3:30 Millionaire 4:00 Movie "Secret File Hollywood" WIVB 4-CBS Buffalo 6:30 It's Academic 7:00 US Farm Report 7:30 King Kong 8:00 Biskits 8:30 Saturday Supercade 9:30 Dungeons & Dragons 10:00 Plasticman 10:30 Charlie Brown & Snoopy 11:00 Beat the Champ noon NFL Today 12:30 NFL: NY Giants-Washington 3:30 NCAA Basketball: Louisville-NC State 6:00 News 6:30 CBS Evening News 7:00 Dance Fever 7:30 America's Top 10 8:00 John Schneider's Christmas Holiday (from Sun Valley with guests Debbie Allen, Bruce Jenner, and Larry Gatlin & the Gatlin Brothers) 9:00 Movie "Rocky II" 11:30 News mid. Alice 12:30 Charlie's Angels 1:30 Kung Fu CBLT 5-CBC Toronto 8:00 Country Canada 8:30 Sergeant Preston 9:00 Sesame Street 10:00 Movie "You'll Find Out" noon Maja the Bee 12:30 Spread Your Wings 1:00 A Very Special Person: Ken Taylor (profiling the legendary Canadian diplomat's accomplishments as Canadian Consul-General in NYC) 1:30 Reach for the Top 2:00 Star Trek 3:00 World Cup Skiing 4:00 CBC SportsWeekend 6:00 CBC News: Saturday Report 6:30 This Week in Parliament 7:00 Barney Miller 7:30 Fame Game 8:00 HNIC: Washington-Toronto 11:00 The National 11:15 Provincial Affairs 11:20 News mid. Professionals 1:00 Rock 'n' Roll Video CKGN-Global: 6 Paris/22 Uxbridge 6:00 Seneca Telecollege 7:00 Wizard of Oz 7:30 Hammy Hamster 8:00 Hercules 8:30 World Tomorrow 9:00 Smurfs 10:30 Alvin & the Chipmunks 11:00 100 Huntley Street noon Pac-Man 12:30 NFL: NY Giants-Washington 3:30 He-Man & the Masters of the Universe 4:00 Smurfs 5:00 Wonder Woman 6:00 Global News 6:30 Everybody's Business 7:00 Diff'rent Strokes 7:30 Chico & the Man 8:00 Somewhere a Child 9:00 Love Boat 10:00 Eischeid 11:00 Lottario 11:05 Global News 11:30 Sportsline mid. Movie "The Red Tent" 2:30 Movie "Kid Millions" CJOH 6-CTV Ottawa (actually the Deseronto relay, which served Kingston) 6:00 University of the Air 6:30 Storytime 7:00 Tree House 7:30 Cartoon Party 8:00 Rocket Robin Hood 8:30 Kidsworld 9:00 Let's Go! 9:30 Swiss Family Robinson 10:00 Forest Rangers 10:30 Willy & Floyd 11:00 Popeye 11:30 Flintstones noon Spiderman 12:30 Tom Sawyer & Huckleberry Finn 1:00 Wrestling 2:00 CTV Wide World of Sports: details not listed 4:00 NFL: Cincinnati-Minnesota 7:00 Romeo & Juliet on Icew (starring Dorothy Hamill, Brian Pockar, and Toller Cranston) 8:00 Movie "The Gift of Love: A Christmas Story" 10:00 Yellow Rose 11:00 CTV National News 11:20 News 11:30 New Music (interviews with Genesis, Ring Chamber, Clarence Clemons, Spoons, Chaz Jankel, and David Bowie) 12:30 Movie "Damien: Omen II" 2:44 Movie "The Long Riders" WKBW 7-ABC Buffalo 6:00 A Better Way 6:30 Agriculture USA 7:00 Wildlife Adventure 7:30 Children's Theatre 8:00 Beetle Bailey & Friends 8:30 Woody Woodpecker 9:30 Pac-Man/Rubik the Amazing Cube/Menudo 10:30 Littles 11:00 Puppy/Scooby-Doo/ABC Schoolhouse Rock noon ABC Weekend Special "The Secret World of Og" (conclusion) 12:30 Challenge 1:00 Real to Reel 1:30 Pioneer Bowl: from Charleston SC, Southern Illinois pounds Western Carolina 43-7 for the NCAA I-AA title 4:30 Buffalo Bills Highlights 5:00 ABC Wide World of Sports: Jeff Chandler defends his WBA bantamweight crown vs Oscar Munis, live from Atlantic City; World Rhythmic Gymnastics Championships 6:30 News 7:00 Buffalo Tonight 7:30 Urban Focus 8:00 T.J. Hooker 9:00 Love Boat 10:00 Perry Como's Christmas in New York (the crooner is joined by Michele Lee as they take in the sights and sounds of the season in the Big Apple) 11:00 News 11:30 Movie "The Pink Panther" 1:45 Challenge 2:15 ABC News CKNX 8-CBC Wingham 8:00 100 Huntley Street 9:00 Sign of the Times 9:30 Circle Square 10:00 Third Story 10:30 Snelgrove Snail 11:00 Charlie Brown & Snoopy 11:30 Oceans Alive noon Wrestling 1:00 Inside Track 1:30 Reach for the Top (not sure where CKNX's source was) 2:00 World Alive 2:30 Wild Animals 3:00 World Cup Skiing 4:00 CBC SportsWeekend 6:00 News 6:30 Tommy Hunter 7:30 Jeffersons 8:00 HNIC: Washington-Toronto 11:00 The National 11:15 Provincial Affairs 11:20 News 11:45 New Music 12:45 Night Gallery WROC 8-NBC Rochester 6:55 A Better Way 7:25 Krofft Superstars 8:00 Flintstone Funnies 8:30 Shirt Tales 9:00 Smurfs 10:30 Alvin & the Chipmunks 11:00 Mr. T 11:30 Starcade noon That Teen Show 12:30 Health Beat Magazine 1:00 Taking Advantage 1:30 Family 2:30 Buffalo Bills Highlights 3:00 NFL Week in Review 3:30 NFL '83 4:00 NFL: Cincinnati-Minnesota 7:00 Entertainment This Week 8:00 Children Running Out of Time (World Vision telethon) 11:00 News 11:30 NCAA Basketball: Memphis State-UCLA 1:00 Movie "The Lost Man" CFTO 9-CTV Toronto 7:00 Uncle Bobby 7:30 Professor Kitzel 8:00 Romper Room 8:30 Storytime 9:00 Let's Go! 9:30 Funtown (so CFTO ran 90 min from Winterpeg Cheesy) 10:30 Flintstones 11:00 TBA noon Children Running Out of Town 1:00 Swiss Family Robinson 1:30 Red Fisher 2:00 CTV Wide World of Sports 4:00 NFL: Cincinnati-Minnesota 7:00 Romeo & Juliet on Ice 8:00 Perry Como's Christmas in New York 9:00 Movie "Rocky II" 11:30 CTV National News 11:50 News 12:15 Movie "Mom, the Wolfman and Me" 2:15 Movie "The Violent Men" 4:15 Movie "Trapped" CFPL 10-CBC London 8:30 Audubon Wildlife Theatre 9:00 NFB Presents 9:30 Just Down the Street 10:00 Amateur Naturalist 10:30 Going Great 11:00 Magic Palace 11:30 Zig Zag noon Nuggets 12:30 Reach for the Top 1:00 This Week in Ontario 1:30 Fame Game 2:00 Labatt's Original Six Hockey Heroes: Chicago v Montreal 3:00 World Cup Skiing 4:00 CBC SportsWeekend 6:00 News 6:30 Family Ties 7:00 Simon & Simon 8:00 HNIC: Washington-Toronto 11:00 The National 11:15 Provincial Affairs 11:20 News 11:45 New Music 12:45 Movie "The Jazz Singer" (the Neil Diamond version from 1980) WHEC 10-CBS Rochester 6:00 Kidsworld 6:30 Porky Pig & Friends 7:30 Woody Woodpecker & Friends 8:30 Bugs Bunny & Friends 9:30 Dungeons & Dragons 10:00 Plasticman 10:30 Charlie Brown & Snoopy 11:00 Benji, Zax & the Alien Prince 11:30 Greatest Sports Legends noon NFL Today 12:30 NFL: NY Giants-Washington 3:30 NCAA Basketball: Louisville-NC State 6:00 News 6:30 Star Trek 7:30 Muppet Show 8:00 Buck Rogers in the 25th Century 9:00 Movie "Rocky II" 11:30 News mid. Battlestar Galactica 1:00 Movie "Shadow of Fear" 2:30 Black Music Magazine CHCH 11-Ind Hamilton 5:00 Eyesat: Ophthalmology 6:00 Adventure Outdoors 6:30 Circle Square 7:00 Dale Harney (Magic Palace, from CFAC Calgary) 8:00 Harrigan 8:30 Snelgrove Snail 9:00 Greek Panorama 10:00 Hispanovision 10:30 Ready, Set, Grow 11:00 Creative Hands 11:30 Mohawk Presents: Counterpoint noon Ski West 12:30 Outdoors Unlimited 1:00 Maple Leaf Wrestling 2:00 OUAA Basketball: Naismith Tournament consolation game (at Waterloo) 4:00 Bonspiel '84 (curling) 5:00 Labatt's Original Six Hockey Heroes: Detroit v Montreal 6:00 News 6:30 Ein Prosit 7:00 Entertainment This Week 8:00 T.J. Hooker 9:00 Movie "Saturn 3" 11:00 News 11:30 Just Jazz mid. Movie "Adventures of the Queen" 2:00 Movie "Betrayal" CKWS 11-CBC Kingston 9:00 Circle Square 9:30 Amateur Naturalist 10:00 Harrigan 10:30 Oceans Alive 11:00 100 Huntley Street noon Third Story 12:30 Going Great 1:00 20 Minute Workout 1:30 Jack Webster 2:00 This Week in Ontario 2:30 Don Cherry's Grapevine (produced by future Dragon/Shark Kevin O'Leary's production company) 3:00 World Cup Skiing 4:00 CBC SportsWeekend 6:00 Life 6:30 Community Journal 7:00 Tommy Hunter 8:00 HNIC: Washington-Toronto 11:00 The National 11:15 Provincial Affairs 11:20 News 11:45 Movie "Bittersweet Love" 1:45 Movie "It Started at Naples" CHEX 12-CBC Peterborough 8:30 Snelgrove Snail 9:00 Circle Square 9:30 Old Time Gospel Hour 10:30 Harrigan 11:00 Rocket Robin Hood 11:30 Christmas is for Kids noon Spiderman 12:30 Sportsbeat 1:00 Travel Show 1:30 Durham Magazine 2:00 Red Fisher 2:30 Weekend 3:00 World Cup Skiing 4:00 CBC SportsWeekend 6:00 A-Team 7:00 Tommy Hunter 8:00 HNIC: Washington-Toronto 11:00 The National 11:15 Provincial Affairs 11:20 News 11:35 This Week in Ontario mid. Movie "Fail Safe" CKCO 13-CTV Kitchener 6:30 Joys of Collecting 7:00 Willy & Floyd 7:30 Tree House 8:00 Oopsy the Clown (I've also seen it listed as Oopsy Daisy) 8:30 Storytime 9:00 Let's Go! 9:30 Swiss Family Robinson 10:00 Wild Refuge 10:30 Travel '83 11:00 Open Roads 11:30 Red Fisher noon Buck Rogers in the 25th Century 1:00 Battlestar Galactica 2:00 CTV Wide World of Sports 4:00 NFL: Cincinnati-Minnesota 7:00 Romeo & Juliet on Ice 8:00 The Steeler & the Pittsburgh Kid (no description listed, what's the story on this? Huh) 9:00 Movie "Rocky II" 11:30 CTV National News 11:50 News 12:30 Movie "GI Blues" 2:30 Movie "Shadow of the Hawk" 4:30 In Search of... WOKR 13-ABC Rochester 7:00 Breath of Life 7:30 Best of Scooby-Doo 8:00 Happy Days 8:30 Monchhichi/Little Rascals/Richie Rich 9:30 Pac-Man/Rubik the Amazing Cube/Menudo 10:30 Littles 11:00 Puppy/Scooby-Doo/ABC Schoolhouse Rock noon ABC Weekend Special "The Secret World of Og" (conclusion) 12:30 Coca-Cola Adult-Child Tourney (bowling) 1:30 Pioneer Bowl 4:30 More Real People 5:00 ABC Wide World of Sports 6:30 News 7:00 Lawrence Welk 8:00 T.J. Hooker 9:00 Love Boat 10:00 Perry Como's Christmas in New York 11:00 News 11:30 ABC News 11:45 Movie "Four for Texas" WNED 17-PBS Buffalo 7:55 Weather Radio (and at 8:55) 9:00 Sesame Street 10:00 Woodwright's Shop 10:30 All-New This Old House 11:00 Housewarming with Charlie Wing 11:30 Dinner at Julia's noon Magic of Oil Painting 12:30 Victory Garden 1:00 Antiques & Americana 1:30 Signing with Cindy 2:00 Nova 3:00 Nature 4:00 Matinee at the Bijou: I'd Give My Life (film)/Star Reporter (short)/A Little Bird Told Me (cartoon)/Mystery Squadron (serial-pt 5) 5:30 Newton's Apple 6:00 Masterpiece Theatre 7:00 Inside Albany 7:30 Agronsky & Company 8:00 Jacques Cousteau (studying dolphins in the Straits of Gibraltar and in Mauritania) 9:00 Cosmos 10:00 Movie "The Gathering" mid. Weather Radio CICA 19-TVO Toronto 8:30 Polka Dot Door 9:00 Cucumber 9:30 Media & Methods of the Artist 10:00 Down to Earth 10:30 Championship Bridge 11:00 Pins & Needles 11:30 Half-a-Handy Hour noon Computer Academy 12:30 Academy with Jack Livesley: On Computers 1:00 Silk Bandit 1:30 Just What I Need (implications of Ontario's Bill 82, which states that all exceptional kids have the right to an education suiting their needs and abilities) 2:00 Understanding Human Behavior 2:30 Fields of Endless Day (Canadian black history) 3:30 Three Families 4:30 Kidsbeat 5:00 Sesame Street 6:00 Polka Dot Door 6:30 Hitch-Hiker's Guide to the Galaxy 7:00 Doctor Who "Warrior's Gate" (pt 1) 7:30 Questors 8:00 Movie "A Man Called Peter" (the story of Scottish clergyman Peter Marshall, Chaplain to the US Senate) 10:05 Conversations (Elwy Yost discusses religion in cinema and in reality with Charles Templeton and The Robe art director Lyle Wheeler) 10:30 Movie "Climb the Highest Mountain" mid. Conversations (r) 12:30 Movie Show CBLFT 25-SRC Toronto 7:25 Samedi-Jeunes 7:30 Calimero 7:45 Grisu le petit dragon 8:00 Nils Holgersson 8:30 Passe-Partout 9:00 Remi (this anime has been swapped back and forth between SRC and Tele-Quebec/RadioQuebec over the years; the theme was sung by Rene Simard) 9:30 Candy 10:00 Ulysse 31 (Ulysses 31) 10:30 La vallee secrete 11:00 Les heros du samedi (youth sports; CBC had a short-lived anglo version of the show, Saturday's Heroes, in the late 60s) 11:30 La semaine Parlementaire a Ottawa 12:30 NFL: NY Giants-Washington (using CBS footage with SRC's own announcers) 3:30 D'hier a demain 4:00 Bagatelle 5:00 La course autour du monde 6:00 Le Telejournal 6:05 Impacts 7:00 Le monde merveilleux de Disney (Wonderful World of Disney) 8:00 Cinema "Le jouet" 10:30 Le Telejournal 10:50 Nouvelles du sport 11:05 La politique federale 11:15 Cinema "La route semee d'etoiles" 1:30 Cinema "L'avare" WUTV 29-Ind Buffalo 7:00 700 Club 8:30 People with People 9:00 Dimensions 9:30 In League with You 10:00 Perceptions 10:30 It's Your Business 11:00 TBA 11:30 Wild Kingdom noon Wrestling 1:00 Movie "The Cape Town Affair" 3:00 Movie "The Foxes of Harrow" 5:00 Movie "Theatre of Blood" 7:00 Fame 8:00 Florida Citrus Bowl: at Orlando, Tennessee 30-Maryland 23 (now called the Capital One Bowl) 11:00 Movie "Heaven Can Wait" 1:00 Movie "File of Thelma Jordan" CFMT 47-Ind/Ethnic Toronto (IDed as MTV on-air) 5:30 Portugal Today 6:30 Alpen Journal 7:00 Armenian Heritage 7:30 Filipinesca 8:00 Jimmy Swaggart 9:00 PTL Club 10:00 Faith That Lives 10:30 Asian Talkies noon Ukrainian Magazine 1:00 Signs of the Times 1:30 MTV Rockline 2:00 Movie "Daleks: Invasion Earth" (Doctor Who, with Peter Cushing as the Doc) 4:00 World Soccer 6:00 Movie "Dear Brigitte" 8:00 Black World 9:00 German Carousel 10:00 Dutch Magazine 11:00 Spanish Magazine mid. Italian Movie 2:00 Movie "Passionate Stranger" (aka A Novel Affair) 4:00 Movie "The Moonraker" CITY 57-Ind Toronto 6:30 Seneca Telecollege 7:00 Rocket Robin Hood (1 hr) 8:00 Alpen Journal (you read that right, both CITY and MTV 47 ran this) 8:30 Veronica 9:30 Sabor Latino 10:00 Greek Festival 10:30 Rocket Robin Hood (1 hr) 11:30 Waterville Gang noon Ski Base (CKVR and CITY were sister stations at the time) 12:30 George 1:00 Portraits of Power 1:30 Half-a-Handy Hour 2:00 20 Minute Workout 2:30 Chairman of the Board 3:00 Amazing Kreskin 3:30 Peter Appleyard 4:00 Music Circle 4:30 Home Cookin' 5:00 Solid Gold 6:00 CityLights (guest: producer/director Peter Yates) 6:30 20 Minute Workout 7:00 CHUM 30 8:00 Stereovision (videos from Black Sabbath, Mugsy, and Hateful Snake) 8:30 Enterprise (lawyer Eddie Greenspan on "Do you know your rights?") 10:00 CityPulse Tonight 10:30 New Music 11:30 Wild Rider (Matt Dillon hosts this program which puts America's most spectacular rides to music) mid. Don't Knock the Rock (featuring Jerry Lee Lewis, the Animals, Gene Vincent, and Little Richard) 1:00 CityLimits (all-night music videos, with future MuchMusic VJ Christopher Ward) Over on the paynets... First Choice 6:00 Movie "Six Weeks" 8:00 Movie "Mystery of the Million Dollar Hockey Puck" 9:30 A Cosmic Christmas (three aliens head for Earth to look for the star of Bethlehem) 10:00 Shari Ulrich: Talk Around Town 11:30 Movie "It Came from Hollywood" 1:00 Earth Odyssey 2:00 Movie "First Monday in October" 4:00 Movie "Headin' for Broadway" 5:30 BC: A Special Christmas 6:00 Movie "Six Pack" 8:00 Movie "Six Weeks" 10:00 Richard Pryor Live on the Sunset Strip 11:30 Movie "Night of the Juggler" 1:30 Movie "Scandale" 3:30 Movie "Running Scared" Superchannel 6:00 Superchannel for Superkids 9:00 Movie "Threshold" 11:00 Movie "On the Nickel" (starring, and written/produced/directed by Ralph Waite) 1:00 Movie "Chariots of Fire" 3:00 Movie "Honky Tonk Freeway" 5:00 Cleo Laine in Concert 6:00 Movie "Six Weeks" 8:00 Movie "Threshold" 10:00 Movie "Porky's" 11:30 Movie "Bilitis" 1:00 Movie "Laura" 2:30 Movie "All in Good Taste" 4:00 Movie "Suzanne" Retro: Carolina-Tennessee Tuesday, December 15, 1970 From TV Guide, Carolina-Tennessee Edition: I'm assuming Chs. 2 and 29 had in-school programming during the day. What's listed is what TV Guide has for these stations. WSJK (WETP) Ch. 2 Knoxville (Sneedville, TN) (PBS) 4 PM Sesame Street 5 PM Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 5:30 Ripples 5:45 Merlin The Magician 6 PM What's New 6:30 Across The Fence 7 PM Firing Line (a change of pace: guest is Bach interpreter Rosalyn Tureck) 8 PM TBA 9 PM The Advocates (topic: should the U.S. agree to a coalition government in South Vietnam?) 10 PM San Francisco Mix ("Dressing" shows various people who wear special clothing in their work, with particular focus on George Reeves as Superman.) sign off 11 PM WBTV Ch. 3 Charlotte (CBS) 6:30 Almanac 6:40 For The Kids 6:55 Local News 7 AM CBS News (anchor not given, not sure if it's Joseph Benti or John Hart) 7:30 Morning Report 8 AM Captain Kangaroo (Andy Williams is guest) 9 AM Real McCoys 9:30 Hazel 10 AM The Lucy Show 10:30 Beverly Hillbillies 11 AM Family Affair 11:30 Love Of Life 12 N Noon Report (Ty Boyd) 12:25 Pat Lee (women's show) 12:30 Search For Tomorrow 1 PM Betty Feezor 1:30 As The World Turns 2 PM Love Is A Many Splendored Thing 2:30 Guiding Light 3 PM Secret Storm 3:30 Edge Of Night 4 PM Gomer Pyle, USMC 4:30 Star Trek 5:30 News (Doug Mayes) 6:30 CBS News (Walter Cronkite) 7 PM Tommy Faile (local country-music show) 7:30 Beverly Hillbillies 8 PM Green Acres 8:30 Hee Haw (still on CBS, guests: Waylon Jennings, Diana Trask, Johnny Duncan) 9:30 To Rome With Love 10 PM Local Report 10:30 CBS News Special 11 PM News, Weather, Sports 11:25 Editorial 11:30 Merv Griffin (Tammy Grimes and Brian Bedford in a scene from Noel Coward's "Private Lives," Dr. Benjamin Spock, Pat Boone, John Carradine) WFBC (WYFF) Ch. 4 Greenville, SC (NBC) 6:30 Film 7 AM Today (Roger Caras talks about the treatment of animals at rodeos; am exhibit of costumes and foods used in celebrations around the world; Irwin Shaw discusses his book "Rich Man, Poor Man") 9 AM Romper Room 9:30 He Said! She Said! (Ossie Davis and Ruby Dee, Doc Severinsen and his wife, Jerry Stiller and Anne Meara, Rudy Vallee and his wife) 10 AM Dinah's Place (Norm Crosby; high-school students sing "Oh, Hanukkah" and "The First Noel") 10:30 Concentration 11 AM Sale Of The Century 11:30 Hollywood Squares (Marty Allen, Jack Cassidy, Kathy Garver, Stu Gilliam, David Hartman, Karen Valentine, Rose Marie, Charley Weaver, Paul Lynde) 12 N Jeopardy! 12:30 Today In The Piedmont 1 PM Another World/Somerset 1:30 Words And Music 2 PM Days Of Our Lives 2:30 The Doctors 3 PM Another World/Bay City 3:30 Bright Promise 4 PM Star Trek 5 PM Daniel Boone 6 PM News, Weather, Sports 6:30 NBC News (the Chancellor/Brinkley/McGee triumvirate) 7 PM Petticoat Junction 7:30 Don Knotts (guests: Jimmy Durante, Raymond Burr, Connie Stevens) 8:30 NBC Movie: "Tom Jones" (Albert Finney) (pre-empts "Julia") 11 PM News, Weather, Sports 11:30 Tonight Show (Robert Klein is a guest) WCYB Ch. 5 Bristol, VA (NBC) 6:50 Town And Country 7 AM Today 9 AM Open House 9:30 Romper Room 10 AM Dinah's Place 10:30 Concentration 11 AM Sale Of The Century 11:30 Hollywood Squares 12 N Jeopardy! 12:30 Who, What Or Where 12:55 NBC News (Floyd Kalber) 1 PM News, Weather, Sports 1:30 Words And Music 2 PM Days Of Our Lives 2:30 The Doctors 3 PM Another World/Bay City 3:30 Bright Promise 4 PM Another World/Somerset 4:30 Have Gun, Will Travel 5 PM Daniel Boone 6 PM News, Weather, Sports 6:30 NBC News 7 PM Buck Owens 7:30 Don Knotts 8:30 NBC Movie: "Tom Jones" 11 PM News, Weather, Sports 11:25 Editorial 11:30 Tonight Show WATE Ch. 6 Knoxville (NBC) 6 AM Golden Gospel 7 AM Today 9 AM Virginia Graham 9:30 Homemakers 10 AM Dinah's Place 10:30 Concentration 11 AM Sale Of The Century 11:30 Hollywood Squares 12 N Jeopardy! 12:30 Who, What Or Where 12:55 NBC News 1 PM Another World/Somerset 1:30 Words And Music 2 PM Days Of Our Lives 2:30 The Doctors 3 PM Another World/Bay City 3:30 Bright Promise 4 PM Lost In Space 5 PM Mike Douglas (co-host Art Linkletter; Dorothy Collins ("Your Hit Parade"), former gang leader Nicky Cruz, the Ritts Puppets) 6 PM News, Weather, Sports 6:30 NBC News 7 PM I Love Lucy 7:30 Don Knotts 8:30 NBC Movie: "Tom Jones" 11 PM News, Weather, Sports 11:30 Tonight Show WSPA Ch. 7 Spartanburg, SC (CBS) 6:10 Agriculture 6:25 Sunrise Semester: "Renaissance Art" 6:55 Meditation 7 AM CBS News 8 AM Captain Kangaroo 9 AM Virginia Graham (Louis Nye, the Lancelot Link chimpanzees) 9:30 Nancy Welch 10 AM The Lucy Show 10:30 Beverly Hillbillies 11 AM Family Affair 11:30 Love Of Life 12 N Where The Heart Is 12:25 News (local) 12:30 Search For Tomorrow 1 PM Divorce Court 1:30 As The World Turns 2 PM Love Is A Many Splendored Thing 2:30 Guiding Light 3 PM Secret Storm 3:30 Edge Of Night 4 PM Gomer Pyle, USMC 4:30 Gilligan's Island 5 PM McHale's Navy 5:30 Santa Claus Show 6 PM News, Weather, Sports 6:30 CBS News 7 PM Dick Van Dyke 7:30 Beverly Hillbillies 8 PM Green Acres 8:30 Hee Haw 9:30 To Rome With Love 10 PM Christmas Choir 10:30 CBS News Special 11 PM News, Weather, Sports 11:30 Merv Griffin WSOC Ch. 9 Charlotte (NBC) 6:45 On The House 7 AM Today 9 AM Mike Douglas (same as Ch. 6) 10:20 Fashions In Sewing 10:30 Concentration 11 AM Sale Of The Century 11:30 Hollywood Squares 12 N News (Jack Callaghan) 12:30 Who, What Or Where 12:55 NBC News 1 PM Jeopardy! 1:30 Words And Music 2 PM Days Of Our Lives 2:30 The Doctors 3 PM Another World/Bay City 3:30 Flintstones 4 PM Gilligan's Island 4:30 Perry Mason 5:30 I Love Lucy 6 PM News, Weather, Sports 6:30 NBC News 7 PM Petticoat Junction 7:30 Don Knotts 8:30 NBC Movie: "Tom Jones" 11 PM News, Weather, Sports 11:30 Tonight Show WBIR Ch. 10 Knoxville (CBS) 5:30 Sunrise Semester 6 AM Farm And Home 7 AM CBS News 8 AM Captain Kangaroo 9 AM Wallene's World 9:30 Galloping Gourmet 10 AM The Lucy Show 10:30 Beverly Hillbillies 11 AM Family Affair 11:30 Love Of Life 12 N Where The Heart Is 12:25 CBS News (Douglas Edwards) 12:30 Search For Tomorrow 1 PM To Tell The Truth (Orson Bean, Kitty Carlisle, Peggy Cass, Bill Cullen) 1:30 As The World Turns 2 PM Love Is A Many Splendored Thing 2:30 Guiding Light 3 PM Secret Storm 3:30 Edge Of Night 4 PM Gomer Pyle, USMC 4:30 Movie: "Will Success Spoil Rock Hunter?" 6 PM News, Weather, Sports 6:30 CBS News 7 PM Family Affair (delay from Thu 7:30 PM) 7:30 Big Valley 8:30 Hee Haw 9:30 To Rome With Love 10 PM Public Affair 10:30 CBS News Special 11 PM News, Weather, Sports 11:30 Movie: "The Girl He Left Behind" WJHL Ch. 11 Johnson City, TN (CBS) 6:30 News, Farm Report 6:40 First Call 7 AM CBS News 8 AM Captain Kangaroo 9 AM Movie Game 9:30 He Said! She Said! 10 AM The Lucy Show 10:30 Beverly Hillbillies 11 AM Family Affair 11:30 Love Of Life 12 N Where The Heart Is 12:25 CBS News 12:30 Search For Tomorrow 1 PM Kathryn Willis 1:30 As The World Turns 2 PM Love Is A Many Splendored Thing 2:30 Guiding Light 3 PM Secret Storm 3:30 Edge Of Night 4 PM Gomer Pyle, USMC 4:30 Gilligan's Island 5 PM Big Valley 6 PM News, Weather, Sports 6:30 CBS News 7 PM Truth Or Consequences 7:30 Beverly Hillbillies 8 PM Green Acres 8:30 Hee Haw 9:30 The Dawn Of Hope Story (Miss Tennessee and Miss Johnson City in some sort of program about helping underprivileged children.) 11 PM News, Weather, Sports 11:30 Merv Griffin WLOS Ch. 13 Asheville, NC (ABC) 6:30 Music (instruction) 7 AM Mr. Bill (Norwood) 9 AM Movie: "Gideon Of Scotland Yard" 10:30 Addams Family 11 AM A World Apart (delay from 12:30 PM) 11:30 That Girl (guest: Billy DeWolfe) 12 N Bewitched (guest: Jack Cassidy) 12:30 Movie Game 1 PM All My Children 1:30 Let's Make A Deal 2 PM Newlywed Game 2:30 Dating Game 3 PM General Hospital 3:30 Dark Shadows (delay from 4 PM) 4 PM Perry Mason 5 PM Flintstones 5:30 News, Weather, Sports, Editorial 6 PM ABC News (Howard K. Smith/Harry Reasoner) 6:30 Truth Or Consequences 7 PM To Tell The Truth 7:30 Mod Squad 8:30 ABC Movie: "The Man Who Wanted To Live Forever" 10 PM Marcus Welby, M.D. 11 PM News, Weather, Sports 11:25 Editorial 11:30 Dick Cavett (Ali MacGraw, David Steinberg, composer Jim Webb ("Up, Up And Away"), composer-pianist Bobby Scott) WHKY Ch. 14 Hickory, NC (Ind.) 12:50 Religion Today 1 PM Scope 1:30 Panorama 2 PM Movie Game 2:30 Movie: "The Dolly Sisters" 4:30 Dick's Rascals 5:30 Robin Hood 6 PM News, Weather, Sports 6:30 Peter Gunn 7 PM Virginia Pardners (country music) 7:30 Quest For Adventure 8 PM Movie: "Daisy Kenyon" 10 PM News, Weather, Sports 10:20 Movie: TBA 11:30 Movie: "At Sword's Edge" WUNE Ch. 17 Linville, NC/WUNF Ch. 33 Asheville (PBS) 8:30 Management 9 AM Math News 9:15 Math 9:30 Film 10 AM Sesame Street 11 AM Office Career Training 11:30 Film 12 N Aspect (farm show) 12:30 Mid-Day News 1 PM World Of Science 1:20 Granny 1:40 Film 2:15 Ripples 2:30 Film 3 PM Management 3:30 Film 4 PM Earth Science 4:30 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 5 PM Sesame Street 6 PM What's New 6:30 Creative Drama 7 PM Evening Edition 7:30 Office Career Training 8 PM Duo Music 8:30 French Chef 9 PM The Advocates 10 PM Fancourt Memorial Seminar (topic: marketing) sign off 11 PM WCCB Ch. 18 Charlotte (ABC) 7:55 Let's Talk It Over 8 AM Film 8:30 Jack LaLanne 9 AM Romper Room 10 AM Fran Carlton (exercises) 10:30 News, Weather, Sports, Features 11 AM Galloping Gourmet 11:30 That Girl 12 N Bewitched 12:30 A World Apart 1 PM All My Children 1:30 Let's Make A Deal 2 PM Newlywed Game 2:30 Dating Game 3 PM General Hospital 3:30 One Life To Live 4 PM Dark Shadows 4:30 Love That Bob! 5 PM Sergeant Mills 6 PM ABC News 6:30 News, Weather, Sports 7 PM Munsters 7:30 Mod Squad 8:30 ABC Movie: "The Man Who Wanted To Live Forever" 10 PM Marcus Welby, M.D. 11 PM Movie Game 11:30 Dick Cavett WKPT Ch. 19 Kingsport, TN (ABC) 10 AM Bozo 11 AM Galloping Gourmet 11:30 That Girl 12 N Bewitched 12:30 A World Apart 1 PM All My Children 1:30 Let's Make A Deal 2 PM Newlywed Game 2:30 Dating Game 3 PM General Hospital 3:30 One Life To Live 4 PM Dark Shadows 4:30 Voyage To The Bottom Of The Sea 5:30 News, Weather, Sports, Editorial 6 PM ABC News 6:30 Star Trek 7:30 Billy Graham Louisiana Crusade 8:30 ABC Movie: "The Man Who Wanted To Live Forever" 10 PM Marcus Welby, M.D. 11 PM News, Weather, Sports 11:25 Editorial 11:30 Dick Cavett WTVK Ch. 26 (WVLT Ch. 8) Knoxville (ABC) 7 AM Morning Show 8:30 Jack LaLanne 9 AM Romper Room 10 AM Bozo 10:30 Dennis The Menace 11 AM Movie Game 11:30 That Girl 12 N Bewitched 12:30 A World Apart 1 PM All My Children 1:30 Let's Make A Deal 2 PM Newlywed Game 2:30 Dating Game 3 PM General Hospital 3:30 One Life To Live 4 PM Dark Shadows 4:30 Flintstones 5 PM Gilligan's Island 5:30 Hazel 6 PM ABC News 6:30 Star Trek 7:30 Mod Squad 8:30 ABC Movie: "The Man Who Wanted To Live Forever" 10 PM Marcus Welby, M.D. 11 PM Death Valley Days 11:30 Dick Cavett WNTV Ch. 29 Greenville, SC (PBS) 7:45 Sesame Street 8:45 In-school programs (I assume) 4:30 What's New 5 PM Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 5:30 Sesame Street 6:30 June Bugg 7 PM Job Man Caravan 7:30 Read Your Way Up 8 PM Southern Perspective 9 PM High Time For Questions 9:30 Nine 30 10 PM Firing Line sign off 11 PM WRET (WCNC) Ch. 36 Charlotte (Ind.) 11 AM Cartoon Carnival 12:30 Divorce Court 1 PM Movie: "Gervaise" 3 PM Popeye & Pals 3:30 Rocket Robin Hood 4 PM Eighth Man 4:30 Spiderman 5 PM Speed Racer 5:30 Dennis The Menace 6 PM Patty Duke 6:30 Addams Family 7 PM Voyage To The Bottom Of The Sea 8 PM Big Valley 9 PM Movie: "Not On Your Life" 11 PM Alfred Hitchcock Presents 11:30 Movie: "War Gods Of Babylon" WAIM (WMYA) Ch. 40 Anderson, SC (ABC/CBS) 8 AM Captain Kangaroo 9 AM Bible Answers 9:30 Ladies' Day 10 AM The Lucy Show 10:30 Beverly Hillbillies 11 AM Family Affair 11:30 Love Of Life 12 N Where The Heart Is 12:25 News (local) 12:30 Search For Tomorrow 1 PM All My Children 1:30 Let's Make A Deal 2 PM Love Is A Many Splendored Thing 2:30 Guiding Light 3 PM Secret Storm 3:30 Edge Of Night 4 PM Gomer Pyle, USMC 4:30 Panorama 5 PM Compass 5:30 Bible Answers 6 PM ABC News 6:30 CBS News 7 PM Quest For Adventure 7:30 Beverly Hillbillies 8 PM Green Acres 8:30 Hee Haw 9:30 To Rome With Love 10 PM Panorama 10:30 CBS News Special sign off 11 PM Retro: South Texas Tuesday, December 5, 1978 From TV Guide, South Texas Edition: KIII Ch. 3 Corpus Christi/ KXIX (KVCT) Ch. 19 Victoria (ABC) 6 AM PTL Club 7 AM Good Morning America (guest: Mary Martin) 9 AM (3) Morning Magazine (19) A.M. Victoria 9:30 (3) Dick Van Dyke 10 AM Happy Days 10:30 Family Feud 11 AM $20,000 Pyramid (Lynn Redgrave, Bill Cullen) 11:30 Ryan's Hope 12 N All My Children 1 PM One Life To Live 2 PM General Hospital 3 PM Edge Of Night 3:30 Flintstones 4 PM Three Stooges/Bugs Bunny Hour 5 PM Adam-12 5:30 ABC World News Tonight 6 PM News 6:30 (3) Andy Griffith (19) Dolly 7 PM Happy Days 7:30 Laverne & Shirley 8 PM Three's Company 8:30 Taxi 9 PM ABC News Closeup: "The Mysterious World Of The Supernatural: Fact, Fraud Or Faith?" (pre-empts "Starsky & Hutch") 10 PM News 10:30 ABC Movie: "Part 2 Walking Tall" 12:30 News KGBT Ch. 4 Harlingen (CBS/NBC) 6:30 News In Spanish 7 AM Today (Bart Andrews, author of "The TV Addict's Handbook," which some of you may have) 9 AM All In The Family 9:30 Price Is Right 10:30 Love Of Life 10:55 CBS News (Douglas Edwards) 11 AM Young And The Restless 11:30 Search For Tomorrow 12 N News 12:30 As The World Turns 1:30 Guiding Light 2:30 M*A*S*H 3 PM CBS Afternoon Playhouse: "Joey And Redhawk," Part 2 of 5 (pre-empts "Match Game '78" on KGBT, KENS, KTBC, KZTV, and KVTV) 3:30 Batman 4 PM Lost In Space 5 PM Andy Griffith 5:30 CBS News (Walter Cronkite) 6 PM News 6:30 Good Times (delay from Sat 7:30 PM, when Ch. 4 carried the second half of "CHiPs") 7 PM The Paper Chase (Alan Napier, aka Alfred the butler on "Batman," as a Supreme Court justice whom Logan confronts as to why he does not hire female clerks) 8 PM The Kennedy Center Honors (salutes to Marian Anderson, Fred Astaire, George Balanchine, Richard Rodgers, Artur Rubinstein, pre-empts the CBS movie) 10 PM News 10:30 Tonight Show (Bill Cosby subs for Johnny; Mac Davis, Norm Crosby, George Plimpton, musician Walt Wagner, singer Denise Clements) 12 M Tomorrow (Jane Withers is Tom Snyder's guest) 1 AM News KMOL (WOAI) Ch. 4 San Antonio (NBC) 6:30 Today In San Antonio 7 AM Today 9 AM Card Sharks 9:30 Jeopardy! (the short-lived modified version) 10 AM High Rollers 10:30 Dinah! (Orson Welles, Peter Strauss, Rita Moreno, Britt Ekland) 11:30 News 12 N America Alive! (Jack Linkletter) 12:30 Days Of Our Lives 1:30 The Doctors 2 PM Another World 3 PM Gunsmoke 4 PM Mighty Mouse And Friends 4:30 Gilligan's Island 5 PM My Three Sons 5:30 NBC News (John Chancellor/David Brinkley) 6 PM News 6:30 Gong Show 7 PM Grandpa Goes To Washington 8 PM NBC Movie: "My Husband Is Missing" (in Vietnam) 10 PM News 10:30 Tonight Show 12 M Tomorrow KENS Ch. 5 San Antonio (CBS) 6:15 Cartoons 6:30 Farm And Ranch Report 6:45 Good Day! 7 AM CBS News (Lesley Stahl/Richard Threlkeld) 8 AM Captain Kangaroo 9 AM Carol Burnett And Friends (guest: Neil Sedaka) 9:30 Price Is Right 10:30 Love Of Life 10:55 CBS News 11 AM Young And The Restless 11:30 Search For Tomorrow 12 N News 12:30 As The World Turns 1:30 Guiding Light 2:30 M*A*S*H 3 PM CBS Afternoon Playhouse: "Joey And Redhawk" (Part 2 of 5) 3:30 Brady Bunch 4 PM Six Million Dollar Man 5 PM News 5:30 CBS News 6 PM News 6:30 Name That Tune 7 PM The Paper Chase 8 PM The Kennedy Center Honors 10 PM News 10:30 Barnaby Jones 11:40 Police Story 1:20 PTL Club KRGV Ch. 5 Weslaco (ABC) 6 AM Farm Show 6:30 Telenoticia 7 AM Good Morning America 9 AM Donahue (Ted Kennedy discusses health care) 10 AM Happy Days 10:30 Family Feud 11 AM $20,000 Pyramid 11:30 Ryan's Hope 12 N Dinah! (same as KMOL/WOAI) 1 PM One Life To Live 2 PM General Hospital 3 PM Edge Of Night 3:30 Sesame Street 4:30 New Mickey Mouse Club 5 PM My Three Sons 5:30 ABC World News Tonight 6 PM News 6:30 Match Game PM 7 PM Happy Days 7:30 Laverne & Shirley 8 PM Three's Company 8:30 Taxi 9 PM ABC News Closeup 10 PM News 10:30 ABC Movie: "Part 2 Walking Tall" 12:30 Adam-12 1 AM News KCEN Ch. 6 Temple-Waco (NBC) 6 AM Daybreak 6:30 RFD 6 7 AM Today 9 AM Card Sharks 9:30 Jeopardy! 10 AM High Rollers 10:30 Wheel Of Fortune 11 AM America Alive! 12 N Midday Newswatch 12:30 Days Of Our Lives 1:30 The Doctors 2 PM Another World 3 PM Brady Bunch 3:30 Leave It To Beaver 4 PM Munsters 4:30 My Three Sons 5 PM Bewitched 5:30 NBC News 6 PM News 6:30 Hogan's Heroes 7 PM Grandpa Goes To Washington 8 PM NBC Movie: "My Husband Is Missing" 10 PM News 10:30 Tonight Show 12 M Tomorrow KRIS Ch. 6 Corpus Christi (NBC) 6:25 Not For Women Only 6:55 News 7 AM Today 9 AM Card Sharks 9:30 Jeopardy! 10 AM High Rollers 10:30 Wheel Of Fortune 11 AM TBA 12 N News 12:30 Days Of Our Lives 1:30 The Doctors 2 PM Another World 3 PM Big Blue Marble (pre-empts "Hollywood Squares") 3:30 Family Affair 4 PM Gilligan's Island 4:30 Rifleman 5 PM Bewitched 5:30 NBC News 6 PM News 6:30 Mary Tyler Moore 7 PM Grandpa Goes To Washington 8 PM NBC Movie: "My Husband Is Missing" 10 PM News 10:30 Tonight Show 12 M Tomorrow 1 AM News KTBC Ch. 7 Austin (CBS) 6:45 News 7 AM CBS News 8 AM Captain Kangaroo 9 AM All In The Family 9:30 Price Is Right 10:30 Love Of Life 10:55 CBS News 11 AM Young And The Restless 11:30 Search For Tomorrow 12 N Noon 12:30 As The World Turns 1:30 Guiding Light 2:30 M*A*S*H 3 PM CBS Afternoon Playhouse: "Joey And Redhawk" (Part 2 of 5) 3:30 Woody And The Rascals 4 PM Beverly Hillbillies 4:30 Gomer Pyle, USMC 5 PM Newscene 5:30 CBS News 6 PM News 6:30 Mary Tyler Moore 7 PM The Paper Chase 8 PM The Kennedy Center Honors 10 PM News 10:30 Barnaby Jones 11:40 Police Story 1:20 News KGNS Ch. 8 Laredo (NBC/ABC) 6:55 American Trail 7 AM Today 9 AM Card Sharks 9:30 Jeopardy! 10 AM High Rollers 10:30 Wheel Of Fortune 11 AM America Alive! 12 N News 12:30 Days Of Our Lives 1:30 The Doctors 2 PM Another World 3 PM Movie: TBA 5 PM Gilligan's Island 5:30 NBC News 6 PM News 6:30 Mork & Mindy (ABC, delay from Thu 7 PM) 7 PM Happy Days 7:30 Laverne & Shirley 8 PM Three's Company 8:30 Taxi 9 PM ABC News Closeup 10 PM News 10:30 Tonight Show 12 M News KLRN Ch. 9 Austin-San Antonio (PBS) In-school programs until 4 PM Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 4:30 Villa Alegre 5 PM Sesame Street 6 PM Over Easy 6:30 MacNeil/Lehrer Report 7 PM Soundstage (fifth-anniversary show) 8 PM Texas Weekly 8:30 Weekend Roundup 9:25 Ray Charles At Montreux 11:30 Dick Cavett (Part 1 of 2 with psychiatrist-author Robert Coles) sign off 12 M KWTX Ch. 10 Waco (CBS/ABC) 6 AM CBS News 7 AM Good Morning America 9 AM All In The Family 9:30 Price Is Right 10:30 Family Feud 11 AM Young And The Restless 11:30 Search For Tomorrow 12 N Ten Acres 12:30 Ryan's Hope 1 PM One Life To Live 2 PM General Hospital 3 PM Edge Of Night 3:30 Little Rascals 4 PM Beverly Hillbillies 4:30 Andy Griffith 5 PM ABC World News Tonight 5:30 CBS News 6 PM News 6:30 Hollywood Squares 7 PM Happy Days 7:30 Laverne & Shirley 8 PM Three's Company 8:30 M*A*S*H (CBS, delay from Mon 8 PM) 9 PM ABC News Closeup 10 PM News 10:30 ABC Movie: "Part 2 Walking Tall" KZTV Ch. 10 Corpus Christi/ KVTV Ch. 13 Laredo (CBS) 6:30 (10) Amiguitos (13) Ingles Poco a Poco 7 AM CBS News 8 AM Captain Kangaroo 9 AM All In The Family 9:30 Price Is Right 10:30 Love Of Life 10:55 CBS News 11 AM Young And The Restless 11:30 Search For Tomorrow 12 N News 12:30 As The World Turns 1:30 Guiding Light 2:30 M*A*S*H 3 PM CBS Afternoon Playhouse: "Joey And Redhawk" (Part 2 of 5) 3:30 Little Rascals 4 PM Star Trek 5 PM South Texas Today 5:30 CBS News 6 PM Bonanza 7 PM The Paper Chase 8 PM The Kennedy Center Honors 10 PM News 10:30 Barnaby Jones 11:40 Police Story KTVT Ch. 11 Fort Worth (Ind.) 6:40 News 7 AM Cartoons 8 AM Comedy Capers 8:30 Dusty's Treehouse 9 AM Leave It To Beaver 9:30 That Girl 10 AM The FBI 11 AM Ironside 12 N News 12:30 Cartoons 1 PM Movie: "The Happy Road" 3 PM Popeye And Friends (Ch. 11 had the older Paramount/ Famous Studios Popeyes, while KXTX/39 had the King Features ones.) 3:30 Battle Of The Planets 4 PM Krofft Superstars 4:30 Gilligan's Island 5 PM I Love Lucy 5:30 Dick Van Dyke 6 PM Bewitched 6:30 Adam-12 7 PM Gunsmoke 8 PM Mary Tyler Moore 8:30 Bob Newhart 9 PM Movie: "The V.I.P.s" (news interrupts the movie at 10 PM) 11:30 Maverick 12:30 Night Gallery 1 AM News KSAT Ch. 12 San Antonio (ABC) 6:25 San Antonio Illustrated 6:55 Henry B. Gonzalez Reports (he represented San Antonio in Congress, IIRC) 7 AM Good Morning America 9 AM Mike Douglas (from Las Vegas: Paul Anka, Robert Merrill, Robert Urich, Gladys Knight and the Pips) 10 AM Happy Days 10:30 Family Feud 11 AM All My Children (Ch. 12 still delays ABC's noon show, which today is "The Chew," and airs it at 11 AM) 12 N News 12:30 Ryan's Hope 1 PM One Life To Live 2 PM General Hospital 3 PM Edge Of Night 3:30 Bugs Bunny And Friends 4:30 Newlywed Game 5 PM Mary Tyler Moore 5:30 ABC World News Tonight 6 PM News 6:30 Sha Na Na (guest: Bo Diddley) 7 PM Happy Days 7:30 Laverne & Shirley 8 PM Three's Company 8:30 Taxi 9 PM ABC News Closeup 10 PM News 10:30 Adam-12 11 PM Emergency One! 12 M The FBI KEDT Ch. 16 Corpus Christi (PBS) 6:30 Lilias, Yoga And You 7 AM Over Easy 7:30 Sesame Street 8:30 In-school programs 4 PM Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 4:30 Electric Company 5 PM Sesame Street 6 PM Challenge (kids' show) 6:30 MacNeil/Lehrer Report 7 PM Soundstage 8 PM Ray Charles At Montreux sign off 9:30 PM KVUE Ch. 24 Austin (ABC) 6:30 Arthur Smith 7 AM Good Morning America 9 AM Donahue (Steve Martin is Phil's guest) 10 AM Happy Days 10:30 Family Feud 11 AM $20,000 Pyramid 11:30 Ryan's Hope 12 N All My Children 1 PM One Life To Live 2 PM General Hospital 3 PM Edge Of Night 3:30 Partridge Family 4 PM Star Trek 5 PM ABC World News Tonight 5:30 Andy Griffith 6 PM News 6:30 Odd Couple 7 PM Happy Days 7:30 Laverne & Shirley 8 PM Three's Company 8:30 Taxi 9 PM ABC News Closeup 10 PM News 10:30 ABC Movie: "Part 2 Walking Tall" 12:30 PTL Club KORO Ch. 28 Corpus Christi/ KWEX Ch. 41 San Antonio (listed as independent, were affiliates of what was then SIN) 1 PM En San Antonio 2 PM Esfera Azul 2:30 Cepillin (kids' show) 3 PM Gabriela (telenovela) 4 PM Rosalie (telenovela) 4:30 Lo Imperdonable (telenovela) 5 PM Torneo de Estrellas 5:30 News 6:30 Enrique el Polivoz (comedia) 7 PM Humillados y Ofendidos (telenovela) 7:30 Mi Dulce Charytin 8:30 Pasiones Encendidas 9 PM Ven Conmigo (telenovela) 10 PM Hermanos Coraje 11 PM 24 Horas (Mexican national newscast) 12 M Variedades de Media KTVV (KXAN) Ch. 36 Austin (NBC) 6:30 Porter Wagoner 7 AM Today 9 AM Card Sharks 9:30 Jeopardy! 10 AM High Rollers 10:30 Wheel Of Fortune 11 AM America Alive! 12 N High Noon 12:30 Days Of Our Lives 1:30 The Doctors 2 PM Another World 3 PM Cartoons 4 PM Gilligan's Island 4:30 Superman 5 PM Hogan's Heroes 5:30 I Dream Of Jeannie 6 PM NBC News 6:30 News 7 PM Grandpa Goes To Washington 8 PM NBC Movie: "My Husband Is Missing" 10 PM News 10:30 Tonight Show 12 M Tomorrow 1 AM News RETRO: WASHINGTON, DC - 10/19/1999 Tuesday, October 19, 1999 WRC-TV NBC4 05:00AM News 07:00AM Today 09:00AM News 10:00AM Later Today 11:00AM Queen Latifah 12:00PM Sunset Beach 01:00PM Days of Our Lives 02:00PM Passions 03:00PM Rosie O'Donnell 04:00PM News 05:00PM News 06:00PM News 07:00PM NBC News 07:30PM Access Hollywood 08:00PM MLB Baseball: Atlanta Braves vs. New York Mets 11:00PM News 11:35PM The Tonight Show with Jay Leno 12:37AM Late Night with Conan O'Brien 01:36AM Later 02:05AM The Tonight Show with Jay Leno 03:05AM Late Night with Conan O'Brien 04:05AM Access Hollywood 04:35AM Early Today WTTG-TV FOX5 05:00AM National Enquirer 05:30AM News 06:00AM News 06:30AM News 07:00AM Morning News 09:00AM Maury 10:00AM Divorce Court 10:30AM Divorce Court 11:00AM Judge Joe Brown 11:30AM Judge Joe Brown 12:00PM News 12:30PM National Enquirer 01:00PM Jenny Jones 02:00PM Donny & Marie 03:00PM Power Rangers Power Playback 03:30PM Beast Wars: Transformers 04:00PM Digimon: Digital Monsters 04:30PM Power Rangers Lost Galaxy 05:00PM Judge Judy 05:30PM Judge Judy 06:00PM The Simpsons 06:30PM Drew Carey 07:00PM Friends 07:30PM Seinfeld 08:00PM Ally McBeal 08:30PM That '70s Show 09:00PM Party of Five 10:00PM News 11:00PM Friends 11:30PM The Simpsons 12:00AM 3rd Rock from the Sun 12:30AM Living Single 01:00AM Unhappily Ever After 01:30AM Roseanne 02:00AM Gym Challenge 02:30AM 900 Cards 03:00AM Jenny Jones 04:00AM Cops 04:30AM Grace Under Fire WJLA-TV ABC7 05:00AM News 06:00AM News 07:00AM Good Morning America 09:00AM Regis & Kathie Lee 10:00AM Hollywood Squares 10:30AM Family Feud 11:00AM Martin Short 12:00PM Inside Edition 12:30PM Port Charles 01:00PM All My Children 02:00PM One Life to Live 03:00PM General Hospital 04:00PM Oprah Winfrey 05:00PM News 06:00PM News 06:30PM ABC News 07:00PM Wheel of Fortune 07:30PM Jeopardy! 08:00PM Spin City 08:30PM It's Like, You Know... 09:00PM Dharma & Greg 09:30PM Sports Night 10:00PM Once and Again 11:00PM News 11:30PM Nightline 12:00AM EXTRA 12:30AM Politically Incorrect 01:00AM Oprah Winfrey 02:00AM The View 03:00AM ABC World News Now WUSA-TV CBS9 05:00AM News 05:30AM News 06:00AM News 07:00AM News 08:00AM This Morning 09:00AM Montel Williams 10:00AM Sally 11:00AM The Price is Right 12:00PM News 12:30PM Young & the Restless 01:30PM Bold & the Beautiful 02:00PM As the World Turns 03:00PM Guiding Light 04:00PM News 05:00PM News 06:00PM News 06:30PM News 07:00PM CBS News 07:30PM Entertainment Tonight 08:00PM JAG 09:00PM 60 Minutes II 10:00PM Judging Amy 11:00PM News 11:30PM Late Show with David Letterman 12:30AM Late Late Show with Craig Kilborn 01:30AM Blind Date 02:00AM News 02:30AM Montel Williams 03:30AM Up to the Minute WDCA-TV UPN20 05:00AM Hope Connection 05:30AM Joyce Meyer 06:00AM Creflo Dollar Jr. 06:30AM Kenneth Copeland 07:00AM Monster Rancher 07:30AM Roughnecks: Starship Troopers Chronicles 08:00AM Mummies Alive! 08:30AM Garfield and Friends 09:00AM 700 Club 10:00AM Good Times 10:30AM Good Times 11:00AM Martin 11:30AM Real TV 12:00PM Jerry Springer 01:00PM Dr. Joy Browne 02:00PM Leeza 03:00PM Hercules 03:30PM Doug 04:00PM Sabrina, the Animated Series 04:30PM Recess 05:00PM Sister, Sister 05:30PM Sister, Sister 06:00PM Home Improvement 06:30PM The Nanny 07:00PM Star Trek: Voyager 08:00PM Shasta McNasty 08:30PM Grown Ups 09:00PM The Strip 10:00PM Frasier 10:30PM Frasier 11:00PM Jerry Springer 12:00AM The Nanny 12:30AM Martin 01:00AM Home Improvement 01:30AM Mad About You 02:00AM MOVIE: The River Niger 04:00AM Murphy Brown 04:30AM Murphy Brown WBDC-TV WB50 05:00AM Amen 05:30AM The Real Adventures of Jonny Quest 06:00AM Sonic Underground 06:30AM Jumanji 07:00AM Pokémon 07:30AM Histeria! 08:00AM Bewitched 08:30AM I Dream of Jeannie 09:00AM Ricki Lake 10:00AM Richard Simmons' Dream Maker 11:00AM Forgive or Forget 12:00PM Judge Mathis 01:00PM People's Court 02:00PM Judge Mills Lane 02:30PM Boy Meets World 03:00PM Big Cartoonie Show 03:30PM Pokémon 04:00PM The New Superman/Batman Adventures 04:30PM The New Superman/Batman Adventures 05:00PM The Parent 'Hood 05:30PM The Cosby Show 06:00PM Fresh Prince of Bel-Air 06:30PM Fresh Prince of Bel-Air 07:00PM Wayans Bros. 07:30PM In the House 08:00PM Buffy the Vampire Slayer 09:00PM Angel 10:00PM Ricki Lake 11:00PM Judge Mathis 12:00AM Married...with Children 12:30AM Caroline in the City 01:00AM NewsRadio 01:30AM Change of Heart 02:00AM Change of Heart 02:30AM NewsRadio 03:00AM People's Court 04:00AM Dating Game 04:30AM Newlywed Game RETRO: WASHINGTON, DC - 10/12/1995 Thursday, October 12, 1995 WRC-TV NBC4 05:00AM News 05:30AM News 07:00AM Today 09:00AM Montel Williams 10:00AM Leeza 11:00AM Other Side 12:00PM News 01:00PM Days of Our Lives 02:00PM Another World 03:00PM Maury 04:00PM News 05:00PM News 06:00PM News 07:00PM NBC News 07:30PM Redskins Report 08:00PM Friends 08:30PM The Single Guy 09:00PM Seinfeld 09:30PM Caroline in the City 10:00PM ER 11:00PM News 11:30PM The Tonight Show with Jay Leno 12:30AM Late Night with Conan O'Brien 01:30AM Later with Greg Kinnear 02:00AM NBC News Nightside WTTG-TV FOX5 05:00AM Gordon Elliott 06:00AM News 06:30AM News 07:00AM Morning News 09:00AM Gabrielle 10:00AM Gordon Elliott 11:00AM Jenny Jones 12:00PM News 12:30PM Mark Walberg 01:30PM Golden Girls 02:00PM Fox Cubhouse 02:30PM Bobby's World 03:00PM Taz-Mania 03:30PM X-Men 04:00PM Adventures of Batman & Robin 04:30PM Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers 05:00PM Full House 05:30PM Fresh Prince of Bel-Air 06:00PM Roseanne 06:30PM Fresh Prince of Bel-Air 07:00PM The Simpsons 07:30PM Seinfeld 08:00PM Living Single 08:30PM The Crew 09:00PM New York Undercover 10:00PM News 11:00PM Married...with Children 11:30PM A Current Affair 12:00AM Cops 12:30AM M*A*S*H 01:00AM Jenny Jones 02:00AM Kingston (incomplete title) 02:30AM Thomas (incomplete title) 03:00AM Perry Mason 04:00AM Beverly Hillbillies 04:30AM A Current Affair WJLA-TV ABC7 05:00AM News 05:30AM News 06:00AM News 07:00AM Good Morning America 09:00AM Regis & Kathie Lee 10:00AM George & Alana 11:00AM Ricki Lake 12:00PM American Journal 12:30PM Figure it Out 01:00PM All My Children 02:00PM One Life to Live 03:00PM General Hospital 04:00PM Oprah Winfrey 05:00PM News 06:00PM News 06:30PM ABC News 07:00PM Wheel of Fortune 07:30PM Jeopardy! 08:00PM Charlie Grace 09:00PM The Monroes 10:00PM Murder One 11:00PM News 11:30PM Nightline 12:00AM EXTRA 12:30AM America's Most Wanted: Final Justice 01:00AM Tempestt 02:00AM Mike & Maty 03:00AM ABC World News Now WUSA-TV CBS9 05:30AM News 06:00AM News 07:00AM This Morning 09:00AM Donahue 10:00AM Sally 11:00AM The Price is Right 12:00PM News 12:30PM Young & the Restless 01:30PM Bold & the Beautiful 02:00PM As the World Turns 03:00PM Guiding Light 04:00PM News 05:00PM News 06:00PM News 07:00PM CBS News 07:30PM Entertainment Tonight 08:00PM Murder, She Wrote 09:00PM New York News 10:00PM 48 Hours 11:00PM News 11:30PM Late Show with David Letterman 12:30AM Entertainment Tonight 01:00AM Real Stories of the Highway Patrol 01:30AM News 02:00AM Late Late Show with Tom Snyder 03:00AM People's Court 03:30AM Up to the Minute WDCA-TV UPN20 05:00AM Coach 05:30AM Business (is it This Morning's Business or It's Your Business) 06:00AM Kenneth Copeland 06:30AM Blinky Bill 07:00AM Mighty Max 07:30AM VR Troopers 08:00AM Mutant League 08:30AM Goof Troop 09:00AM 700 Club 10:00AM Dinosaurs 10:30AM The Cosby Show 11:00AM Northern Exposure 12:00PM Danny! 01:00PM Richard Bey 02:00PM Blossom 02:30PM Highlander: The Animated Series 03:00PM Littlest Pet Shop 03:30PM Bonkers 04:00PM Aladdin 04:30PM Gargoyles 05:00PM Family Matters 05:30PM Step by Step 06:00PM Star Trek: The Next Generation 07:00PM Home Improvement 07:30PM Home Improvement 08:00PM MOVIE: TBA (Could you tell me what the movie is?) 10:00PM News 10:30PM Hard Copy 11:00PM Star Trek: The Next Generation 12:00AM Stephanie Miller 01:00AM LAPD: Life on the Beat 01:30AM Rush Limbaugh 02:00AM Jerry Springer 03:00AM MOVIE: TBA (Could you tell me what the movie is?) WBDC-TV WB50 05:00AM Newhart 05:30AM First Business 06:00AM Bananas in Pajamas 06:30AM The Flintstones 07:00AM That's Warner Bros! 07:30AM Animaniacs 08:00AM Sailor Moon 08:30AM Princess Gwenevere & the Jewel Riders 09:00AM James Robison 09:30AM Experience the Power 10:00AM Benny Hinn 10:30AM Self Enhancement 11:00AM Self Enhancement 11:30AM Self Enhancement 12:00PM Rescue 911 12:30PM Doogie Howser, M.D. 01:00PM Knight Rider 02:00PM A-Team 03:00PM Doogie Howser, M.D. 03:30PM California Dreams 04:00PM Charles Perez 05:00PM Geraldo 06:00PM Baywatch 07:00PM America's Funniest Home Videos 07:30PM America's Funniest Home Videos 08:00PM MOVIE: The Lion in Winter 11:00PM Lauren Hutton And... 11:30PM Designing Women 12:00AM The Hitchhiker 12:30AM Top Cops 01:00AM Self Enhancement 01:30AM Self Enhancement 02:00AM MOVIE: (Can you tell me what the movie is?) 04:00AM Kojak RETRO: WASHINGTON, DC - 11/09/1995 Thursday, November 9, 1995 WRC-TV NBC4 05:00AM News 05:30AM News 07:00AM Today 09:00AM Montel Williams 10:00AM Leeza 11:00AM Leeza 12:00PM News 01:00PM Days of Our Lives 02:00PM Another World 03:00PM Maury 04:00PM News 05:00PM News 06:00PM News 07:00PM NBC News 07:30PM Inside Edition 08:00PM Friends 08:30PM The Single Guy 09:00PM Seinfeld 09:30PM Caroline in the City 10:00PM ER 11:00PM News 11:30PM The Tonight Show with Jay Leno 12:30AM Late Night with Conan O'Brien 01:30AM Later with Greg Kinnear 02:00AM NBC News Nightside 04:00AM Montel Williams WTTG-TV FOX5 05:00AM Gordon Elliott 06:00AM News 06:30AM News 07:00AM Morning News 09:00AM Gabrielle 10:00AM Gordon Elliott 11:00AM Jenny Jones 12:00PM News 12:30PM Mark Walberg 01:30PM Golden Girls 02:00PM Fox Cubhouse 02:30PM Bobby's World 03:00PM Taz-Mania 03:30PM X-Men 04:00PM Adventures of Batman & Robin 04:30PM Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers 05:00PM Full House 05:30PM Fresh Prince of Bel-Air 06:00PM Roseanne 06:30PM Fresh Prince of Bel-Air 07:00PM The Simpsons 07:30PM Seinfeld 08:00PM Living Single 08:30PM The Crew 09:00PM New York Undercover 10:00PM News 11:00PM Married...with Children 11:30PM A Current Affair 12:00AM Cops 12:30AM M*A*S*H 01:00AM Jenny Jones 02:00AM Andy Griffith 02:30AM Thomas (incomplete title) 03:00AM Perry Mason 04:00AM Beverly Hillbillies 04:30AM A Current Affair WJLA-TV ABC7 05:00AM News 05:30AM News 06:00AM News 07:00AM Good Morning America 09:00AM Regis & Kathie Lee 10:00AM George & Alana 11:00AM Ricki Lake 12:00PM American Journal 12:30PM Loving 01:00PM All My Children 02:00PM One Life to Live 03:00PM General Hospital 04:00PM Oprah Winfrey 05:00PM News 06:00PM News 06:30PM ABC News 07:00PM Wheel of Fortune 07:30PM Jeopardy! 08:00PM MOVIE: Columbo: It's All in the Game 10:00PM Murder One 11:00PM News 11:30PM Nightline 12:00AM EXTRA 12:30AM America's Most Wanted: Final Justice 01:00AM Tempestt 02:00AM Mike & Maty 03:00AM ABC World News Now WUSA-TV CBS9 05:30AM News 06:00AM News 07:00AM This Morning 09:00AM Donahue 10:00AM Sally 11:00AM The Price is Right 12:00PM News 12:30PM Young & the Restless 01:30PM Bold & the Beautiful 02:00PM As the World Turns 03:00PM Guiding Light 04:00PM News 05:00PM News 06:00PM News 07:00PM CBS News 07:30PM Entertainment Tonight 08:00PM Murder, She Wrote 09:00PM New York News 10:00PM 48 Hours 11:00PM News 11:30PM Late Show with David Letterman 12:30AM Entertainment Tonight 01:00AM Real Stories of the Highway Patrol 01:30AM News 02:00AM Late Late Show with Tom Snyder 03:00AM People's Court 03:30AM Up to the Minute 04:00AM Sally WDCA-TV UPN20 05:00AM Coach 05:30AM Business (is it This Morning's Business or It's Your Business) 06:00AM Kenneth Copeland 06:30AM Blinky Bill 07:00AM Mighty Max 07:30AM VR Troopers 08:00AM Mutant League 08:30AM Littlest Pet Shop 09:00AM 700 Club 10:00AM Dinosaurs 10:30AM Amen 11:00AM Northern Exposure 12:00PM Danny! 01:00PM Richard Bey 02:00PM Blossom 02:30PM Highlander: The Animated Series 03:00PM Goof Troop 03:30PM Bonkers 04:00PM Aladdin 04:30PM Gargoyles 05:00PM The Cosby Show 05:30PM Step by Step 06:00PM Family Matters 06:30PM A Different World 07:00PM Home Improvement 07:30PM Home Improvement 08:00PM MOVIE: TBA (could you tell me what the movie is?) 10:00PM News 10:30PM Hard Copy 11:00PM Star Trek: The Next Generation 12:00AM Stephanie Miller 01:00AM LAPD: Life on the Beat 01:30AM Rush Limbaugh 02:00AM Jerry Springer 03:00AM MOVIE: Dudes WBDC-TV WB50 05:00AM Newhart 05:30AM First Business 06:00AM Bananas in Pajamas 06:30AM The Flintstones 07:00AM That's Warner Bros! 07:30AM Animaniacs 08:00AM Sailor Moon 08:30AM Princess Gwenevere & the Jewel Riders 09:00AM James Robison 09:30AM Experience the Power 10:00AM Benny Hinn 10:30AM Self Enhancement 11:00AM Self Enhancement 11:30AM Self Enhancement 12:00PM Rescue 911 12:30PM Doogie Howser, M.D. 01:00PM Knight Rider 02:00PM A-Team 03:00PM California Dreams 03:30PM California Dreams 04:00PM Charles Perez 05:00PM Geraldo 06:00PM America's Funniest Home Videos 06:30PM America's Funniest Home Videos 07:00PM Baywatch 08:00PM MOVIE: TBA (could you tell me what the movie is?) 10:00PM Geraldo 11:00PM Lauren Hutton And... 11:30PM Designing Women 12:00AM The Hitchhiker 12:30AM Top Cops 01:00AM Self Enhancement 01:30AM Self Enhancement 02:00AM MOVIE: The Trojan Women 04:00AM Kojak Retro: Kentucky Wednesday, December 2, 1981 From TV Guide, Kentucky Edition: WAVE Ch. 3 Louisville (NBC) 6 AM Today In WAVE Country 7 AM Today (a report on prenuptial contracts) 9 AM Richard Simmons 9:30 People's Court (the original, with Judge Wapner) 10 AM Regis Philbin (guest: butcher Merle Ellis) 10:30 Blockbusters (Bill Cullen version) 11 AM Wheel Of Fortune (Chuck Woolery's final month as host) 11:30 Battlestars (Skip Stephenson, Dick Martin, Joan Rivers, Randi Oakes) 12 N Midday 12:30 The Doctors 1 PM Days Of Our Lives 2 PM Another World 3 PM Texas 4 PM Movie: "My Favorite Brunette" (Bob Hope, Dorothy Lamour) 5:30 Tom And Jerry 6 PM News 7 PM NBC News (John Chancellor) 7:30 Joker's Wild 8 PM Real People (a light in Hornet, MO which has no apparent source; chess player Checkmate Joe; Kathy Metcalf, who does nude-male calendars; a Texas coin laundry that provides live music; inner-tube racing in Victoria, BC; an Englishman who whistles in two-part harmony (there's an Englishman who does that on "Major Bowes' Amateur Hour" from the September 21, 1939 WJSV radio recording of its entire broadcast day) 9 PM Facts Of Life 9:30 Love, Sidney 10 PM Quincy 11 PM News 11:30 Tonight Show (David Letterman subs for Johnny; Jane Pauley) 12:30 Tomorrow Coast-To-Coast (Jane Fonda; Peter, Paul & Mary) 2 AM News WLWT Ch. 5 Cincinnati (NBC) 5:45 Moment Of Meditation 5:50 Good Morning 6 AM Jim Bakker 7 AM Today 9 AM Donahue (topic: romance novels) 10 AM Leave It To The Women (topic: transsexualism) 10:30 Days Of Our Lives 11:30 Midday 12 N Bob Braun (world-champion figure skater Charlie Tickner) 1:30 The Doctors 2 PM Another World 3 PM Texas 4 PM Big Valley 5 PM The Waltons 6 PM News 6:30 NBC News 7 PM Tic Tac Dough 7:30 Joker's Wild 8 PM Real People 9 PM Facts Of Life 9:30 Love, Sidney 10 PM Quincy 11 PM News 11:30 Tonight Show 12:30 Tomorrow Coast-To-Coast WCPO Ch. 9 Cincinnati (CBS) 5:45 Praying The Rosary 6 AM Sunrise Semester (subject not given) 6:30 Morning Stretch 7 AM Wake Up With The Captain 7:30 CBS News (Charles Kuralt/Diane Sawyer) 9 AM Richard Simmons 9:30 One Day At A Time (day-behind from 10 AM) 10 AM Uncle Al Town 10:30 Alice 11 AM Price Is Right 12 N Noon Report 1 PM Up To The Minute (topic: fad diets, delay from 4 PM) 1:30 As The World Turns 2:30 Search For Tomorrow (final three-plus months on CBS) 3 PM Guiding Light 4 PM Hour Magazine (shaping up with Jane Fonda; compulsive gambling; training guard dogs; treating herpes; health and beauty tips for pregnant women) 5 PM John Davidson (Ron Howard, Anson Williams, Barbara McNair, Peggy Fleming) 6 PM News 6:30 CBS News (Dan Rather) 7 PM 7 O'Clock Report 7:30 The New You Asked For It (from 1956: archery executed on a trampoline) 8 PM Mr. Merlin 8:30 Pinocchio (Sandy Duncan in the title role; Danny Kaye as Gepetto) 10 PM Shannon (Kevin Dobson stars in this crime drama) 11 PM News 11:30 WKRP In Cincinnati 12:05 CBS Movie: "The Greatest Thing That Almost Happened" 2:15 Wanted: Dead Or Alive 2:45 Insight 3:15 News WGN Ch. 9 Chicago (Ind.) Listed Eastern Time 6:20 News 6:30 Faith 20 7 AM Top O' The Morning 7:30 Bullwinkle 8 AM Bozo Show 9:30 Bewitched 10 AM Movie: "Fathom" (Raquel Welch, Tony Franciosa) 12 N Donahue (live) 1 PM Prisoner: Cell Block H 1:30 Independent Network News 2 PM Dick Van Dyke 2:30 Andy Griffith 3 PM I Dream Of Jeannie 3:30 Scooby Doo 4 PM Popeye 4:30 Bugs Bunny And Friends 5 PM Scooby Doo 5:30 Pink Panther 6 PM Muppet Show 6:30 Welcome Back, Kotter 7 PM Barney Miller 7:30 Laverne & Shirley & Company 8 PM Goliath Awaits (Part 1 of 2, Mark Harmon as a diver who discovers a sunken ship with 300 survivors living in a utopian society) 10 PM Independent Network News 10:30 News 11 PM Barney Miller 11:30 Saturday Night (SNL reruns, cut to an hour) 12:30 The Immigrants 3 AM News 3:30 Movie: "New Frontier" 5:30 Mike Douglas WHAS Ch. 11 Louisville (CBS) 6 AM Ed Allen (exercises) 6:30 Louisville Tonight (rerun of Tuesday night's show) 7 AM Wake Up With The Captain 7:30 CBS News 9 AM Young And The Restless (delay from 12:30 PM) 10 AM John Davidson (Rona Barrett, Robert Goulet, magician Larry Wilson) 11 AM Price Is Right 12 N News 12:30 Hour Magazine (same as Ch. 9) 1:30 As The World Turns 2:30 Search For Tomorrow 3 PM Guiding Light 4 PM Andy Griffith 4:30 Hogan's Heroes 5 PM Barney Miller 5:30 M*A*S*H 6 PM News 6:30 CBS News 7 PM Louisville Tonight 7:30 PM Magazine (WHAS-AM disc jockey Wayne Perkey) 8 PM Mr. Merlin 8:30 WKRP In Cincinnati 9 PM Nurse (Michael Learned and Robert Reed star) 10 PM Shannon 11 PM News 11:30 WKRP In Cincinnati 12:05 CBS Movie: "The Greatest Thing That Almost Happened" 2:15 News WKRC Ch. 12 Cincinnati (ABC) 5:30 Health Field 6 AM Ask Your Lawyer 6:30 Study In The Word With Jimmy Swaggart 7 AM Good Morning America (Jimmy Connors is a guest) 9 AM Edge Of Night (delay from 4 PM) 9:30 Family Feud (delay from 12 N) 10 AM Mike Douglas (co-hosts the Gatlin Brothers; Harry Anderson; the Masters gospel group) 11 AM Love Boat (passengers: Diane Baker, Gary Collins, Jonelle Allen) 12 N Extra! (local) 12:30 Ryan's Hope 1 PM All My Children 2 PM One Life To Live 3 PM General Hospital 4 PM Muppet Show (guest: Cleo Laine) 4:30 ABC Afterschool Special: "Where Do Teenagers Come From?" Dr. Lendon Smith explains puberty. 5:30 News 6:30 ABC World News Tonight 7 PM Entertainment Tonight (a feature on Robert Stack) 7:30 PM Magazine (cartoonist Cathy Guisewite, creator of "Cathy") 8 PM Greatest American Hero 9 PM Goliath Awaits (conclusion) 11 PM News 11:30 Nightline 12 M Saturday Night (host Michael Palin; musical guest James Taylor) 1 AM Rat Patrol WKPC Ch. 15 Louisville (PBS) 7:15 Weather 7:30 Sesame Street 8:30 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 9 AM Sesame Street 10 AM Footsteps 10:30 Pearls 11 AM Studio See 11:30 Electric Company 12 N Sesame Street 1 PM Infinity Factory 1:30 Over Easy (guest: Joan Bennett) 2 PM Masterpiece Theatre (probably an episode of "Edward & Mrs. Simpson," part 3 of which had aired the previous Sunday) 3 PM World Of Cooking 3:30 Lilias, Yoga And You 4 PM Sesame Street 5 PM Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 5:30 Electric Company 6 PM Righteous Apples 6:30 Over Easy (Jane Russell talks about her international orphan-placement bureau) 7 PM MacNeil/Lehrer Report 7:30 Nightly Business Report 8 PM Golden Age Of Television (Andy Griffith's "U.S. Steel Hour" performance of "No Time For Sergeants," from 1955) 9 PM Movie: "Invitation To The Dance" (Gene Kelly) 11 PM Dick Cavett (John Cheever is guest) 11:30 Captioned ABC News sign off 12 M WTBS Ch. 17 Atlanta (Ind.) 5:25 Rat Patrol 5:55 World At Large 6 AM News 7:05 Fun Time 8:05 I Dream Of Jeannie 8:35 My Three Sons 9:05 Movie: "Dear Ruth" 11:05 Movie: "Fluffy" (Tony Randall) 1:05 Movie: "Dodsworth" 3:05 Fun Time 3:35 Flintstones 4:05 Munsters 4:35 Leave It To Beaver 5:05 Brady Bunch 5:35 Beverly Hillbillies 6:05 Andy Griffith 6:35 Gomer Pyle, USMC 7:05 Carol Burnett And Friends 7:35 Sanford And Son 8:05 Kidnapped (Part 2 of 3) 10:05 News 11:05 All In The Family 11:35 Movie: "Embassy" 1:35 Movie: "Pursuit Of The Graf Spee" 3:40 Movie: "The Singing Marine" (Dick Powell) WLEX Ch. 18 Lexington (NBC) 6 AM Jim Bakker 7 AM Today 9 AM Donahue (same as Ch. 5) 10 AM Regis Philbin 10:30 Days Of Our Lives 11:30 Battlestars 12 N Noon Today 12:30 Bob Braun (singing group Sweetwater, day behind Ch. 5) 1:30 The Doctors 2 PM Another World 3 PM Texas 4 PM I Love Lucy 4:30 Scooby Doo 5 PM Beverly Hillbillies 5:30 News 6 PM News 6:30 NBC News 7 PM Muppet Show (guest: Crystal Gayle) 7:30 Family Feud 8 PM Real People 9 PM Facts Of Life 9:30 Love, Sidney 10 PM Quincy 11 PM News 11:30 Tonight Show 12:30 Tomorrow Coast-To-Coast 2 AM Take Five WXIX Ch. 19 Cincinnati (Ind.) 6:15 Perspective 7 AM Popeye 7:30 Great Space Coaster 8 AM Spiderman 8:30 Groovie Goolies 9 AM Tom And Jerry 9:30 Woody Woodpecker 10 AM Bewitched 10:30 Brady Bunch 11 AM My Three Sons 11:30 Super Pay Cards 12 N Merv Griffin (Charles Grodin, Elayne Boosler) 1 PM Movie: "Lisa" 3 PM Scooby Doo 3:30 Tom And Jerry 4 PM Flintstones 4:30 Gilligan's Island 5 PM Wonder Woman 6 PM Happy Days Again 6:30 Barney Miller 7 PM M*A*S*H 7:30 All In The Family 8 PM Movie: "Mrs. Sundance" (Elizabeth Montgomery as the widow of the Sundance Kid) 10 PM All In The Family 10:30 Carol Burnett And Friends (guest: Paul Sand) 11 PM M*A*S*H 11:30 Rockford Files 12:30 Mission: Impossible WKYT Ch. 27 Lexington (CBS) 6 AM Town And Country 7 AM Wake Up With The Captain 7:30 CBS News 9 AM Hour Magazine (Dom DeLuise; family attitudes toward sexuality; artificial organs) 10 AM One Day At A Time 10:30 Alice 11 AM Price Is Right 12 N Up To The Minute (same as Ch. 9) 12:30 Young And The Restless (I was not aware until this morning that Ch. 27 has put "Y&R" on a same-day delay at 1 PM, and "Bold And The Beautiful" on a day-behind at 10:30 AM; "Live With Kelly" has moved from 10 AM to 9 AM and the station now has a 10 AM newscast.) 1:30 As The World Turns 2:30 Search For Tomorrow 3 PM Guiding Light 4 PM Here's Lucy (Lucy competes against herself--any bets on which show wins the timeslot?) 4:30 Laverne & Shirley & Company 5 PM News 5:30 News 6 PM News 6:30 CBS News 7 PM PM Magazine (a "psychic" horse) 7:30 M*A*S*H 8 PM Mr. Merlin 8:30 WKRP In Cincinnati 9 PM Goliath Awaits (Part 1) 11 PM News 11:30 WKRP In Cincinnati 12:05 CBS Movie: "The Greatest Thing That Almost Happened" WLKY 32 Alive Louisville (ABC) 6:30 Study In The Word With Jimmy Swaggart 7 AM Good Morning America 9 AM Donahue (David Hall and William Cushing, who design men's skirts--wonder if this is the one where Phil put on a skirt?) 10 AM Charlie Rose (guest: Betty Friedan) 10:30 Edge Of Night 11 AM Love Boat 12 N Family Feud 12:30 Ryan's Hope 1 PM All My Children 2 PM One Life To Live 3 PM General Hospital 4 PM Laverne & Shirley & Company 4:30 ABC Afterschool Special (same as Ch. 12) 5:30 News 6 PM ABC News 6:30 Family Feud 7 PM Muppet Show (guest: John Cleese) 7:30 The New You Asked For It (same as Ch. 9) 8 PM Greatest American Hero 9 PM The Fall Guy 10 PM Dynasty 11 PM News 11:30 Dave Allen At Large 12 M Nightline 12:30 Love Boat (passengers: Billy Crystal, Toni Tennille, Robert Reed, Marilyn McCoo and Billy Davis Jr., Sharon Acker, Todd Bridges, half-hour delay) WTVQ Ch. 36 Lexington (ABC) 5:30 700 Club 7 AM Good Morning America 9 AM Marcus Welby, M.D. 10 AM Mike Douglas (co-host Ronnie Milsap; Chita Rivera, Kevin Nealon, the Sequoia String Quartet) 11 AM Love Boat 12 N Richard Simmons 12:30 Ryan's Hope 1 PM All My Children 2 PM One Life To Live 3 PM General Hospital 4 PM ABC Afterschool Special (same as Ch. 12) 5 PM News 5:30 The Jeffersons 6 PM ABC News 6:30 Happy Days Again 7 PM The New You Asked For It (same as Ch. 9) 7:30 What's Happening!! 8 PM Greatest American Hero 9 PM The Fall Guy 10 PM Dynasty 11 PM News 11:30 All In The Family 12 M Nightline 12:30 Six Million Dollar Man WDRB Ch. 41 Louisville (Ind.) 7:15 News 7:30 Great Space Coaster 8 AM Jim Bakker 9 AM News/Introspect 9:30 Health Field (Dr. Frank Field) 10 AM 700 Club 11:30 Another Life (CBN-produced soap in which the characters use Christian solutions to solve their problems) 12 N Movie: "Human Desire" 2 PM Bob Braun (Eddie Fisher discusses his new book, two days behind Ch. 5) 3 PM Woody Woodpecker 3:30 My Three Sons 4 PM Leave It To Beaver 4:30 Gilligan's Island 5 PM Pink Panther 5:30 Here's Lucy 6 PM Jeffersons 6:30 Sanford And Son 7 PM Charlie's Angels 8 PM Six Million Dollar Man 9 PM Crisis Alert: Agony Of East Africa 10 PM Independent Network News 10:30 Kenny Everett Video Show 11 PM Saturday Night (Jill Clayburgh, Leon Redbone) 12 M Rockford Files KET Kentucky Educational Television (WKZT/23 Elizabethtown, WKSO/29 Somerset, WKMR/38 Morehead, WKLE/46 Lexington, WKON/52 Owenton, WCVN/54 Covington, WKMJ/68 Louisville) (PBS) In-school programs until 3:30 American Government Survey 4 PM Sesame Street 5 PM Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 5:30 Electric Company 6 PM Studio See 6:30 Another Page (this is not "Another World" or "Another Life") 7 PM MacNeil/Lehrer Report 7:30 Kentucky Journal: News 8 PM The People's Business (Kentucky officials answer viewers' questions) 9 PM Golden Age Of Television (Jack Palance's 1956 "Playhouse 90" performance in "Requiem For A Heavyweight") sign off 11 PM Retro: Kansas Fri, Dec 11, 1987 from TV Guide-Kansas edition 2 KSNC-NBC Great Bend/K18AA Salina 3 KSNW-NBC Wichita 4 KLBY-ABC Colby 6 KTVC-CBS Dodge City 7 KAYS-CBS Hays/KBSL 10-Goodland 8 KPTS-PBS Wichita 8* KSNK-NBC Oberlin/McCook 9 KOOD-PBS Hays/K64BS Concordia/K66CD Phillipsburg/K69DB Hoxie 10 KAKE-ABC Wichita/K34AA Salina/K70FE Hays/K70EN Manhattan/K71BP Great Bend/K71BO Herington/K75CB Russell/K75CH Junction City 11 KSNG-NBC Garden City 12 KWCH-CBS Wichita 13 KUPK-ABC Great Bend 13* WIBW-CBS Wichita 24 KSAS-Fox Wichita 27 KSNT-NBC Topeka 41k KSHB-Fox Kansas City 49 KTKA-ABC Topeka Morning 5:00 12 Ag-Day 24 Home Shopping Network 41k Flipper 49 Rifleman (bw) 5:30 10 Jimmy Swaggart 12 Pastor's Study 24 Beverly Hills Teens 41k Cisco Kid 49 $100,000 Pyramid 5:45 2-3-8*-11-27 Before Hours 7-12 Morning Stretch 6:00 2-3-8*-11-27 NBC News at Sunrise 4 Ag-Day 10-13 ABC World News This Morning 13* Morning Stretch 24-49 Jimmy Swaggart 41k 20 Minute Workout 6:15 6-7-12 CBS Morning News 6:30 2-3-8*-11-27 News 4-49 ABC World News This Morning 13* CBS Morning News 24 Transformers 41k Adventures of Teddy Ruxpin 6:45 4-6-7-10-12-13 News 8 AM Weather 7:00 2-3-8*-11-27 Today (Reagan-Gorbachev wrap-up) 4-10-13-49 Good Morning America (guest Bart Starr) 6-7-12 CBS Morning News 8 Nightly Business Report 13* CBS This Morning 24 ThunderCats 41k Scooby-Doo 7:15 9 AM Weather 7:30 6-7-12 CBS This Morning 8 Captain Kangaroo 9 Nightly Business Report 24 GI Joe 41k Flintstones 8:00 8-9 Sesame Street 24-41k My Little Pony 'n Friends 8:30 24 Woody Woodpecker 41k Brady Bunch 9:00 2-3-8*-11-27 Hour Magazine 4-10-13 Geraldo 6-7-12-13* $25,000 Pyramid 8 Square One Television 9 Instructional Programs 24 700 Club 41k Who's the Boss? 49 Ghostbusters 9:30 6-7-12 High Rollers 8 Today's Special 13* Card Sharks 41k Mr. Belvedere 49 GI Joe 10:00 2-3-8*-11 Sale of the Century 4-10-13 Richard Simmons Slim Cooking 6-7-12-13* Price is Right 8 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 24 Jimmy Swaggart 27 Jeopardy! 41k Mary Tyler Moore 49 Who's the Boss? 10:30 2-3-8*-11-27 Win, Lose or Draw 4-10-13-49 Mr. Belvedere 8 3-2-1 Contact 24 Richard Roberts 10:45 41k Dick Van Dyke 11:00 2-3-8*-11-27 Super Password 4-10-13 Ryan's Hope 6-7-12-13* Young & the Restless 8 Square One Television 9 Sesame Street 49 Love Connection 11:20 41k Green Acres 11:30 2-3-8*-11-27 Wheel of Fortune 4-10-13 Loving 8 Today's Special 24 Weight Control (infomercial) 49 Ask Dr. Ruth Afternoon noon 2-3-4-6-8*-10-11-12-13-27 News 7 Take 30 8 Sesame Street 9 Captain Kangaroo 13* Mid-Day in Kansas 24-49 All My Children 41k Leave It to Beaver (bw) 12:15 6 Southwest Kansas Today 12:30 2-3-8*-11-27 Days of Our Lives 4-10-13 Kansas Today 6-7-12-13* Bold & the Beautiful 9 Secret City 41k I Love Lucy (bw) 1:00 4-10-13-49 One Life to Live 6-7-12-13* As the World Turns 8 Adams Chronicles 9 Masterpiece Theatre "Northanger Abbey" 24 Perry Mason (bw) 41k Andy Griffith 1:30 2-3-8*-11-27 Another World 41k Beverly Hillbillies 2:00 4-10-13-49 General Hospital 6-7-12-13* Guiding Light 8 America 24 Beverly Hillbillies 41k Brady Bunch 2:30 2-3-8*-11-27 Santa Barbara 9 Sesame Street 24 Woody Woodpecker 41k Zoobilee Zoo 3:00 4-10-13 Superior Court 6-7-12 Oprah Winfrey 8 Sesame Street 13* Phil Donahue 24 Dennis the Menace (animated) 41k Smurfs' Adventures 49 Scooby-Doo 3:30 2-3-8*-11 Judge 4-10-13 People's Court 9 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 24 Jem 27 Oprah Winfrey 41k Real Ghostbusters 49 ThunderCats 4:00 2-3-8*-11 Facts of Life 4-10-13 Phil Donahue 6-12 Jeopardy! 7 High School Christmas Concert: Gorham Choir 8 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 9 Square One Television 13* Magnum, PI 24 DuckTales 41k Jetsons 49 Dating Game 4:30 2-3-8*-11-27 Three's Company 6-12 Santa's Toy Shop 7 High School Christmas Concert: Hays Choir/Felten Middle School 8-9 3-2-1 Contact 24-41k Bravestarr 49 People's Court 5:00 2-3-8*-11 M*A*S*H 4-6-10-12-13-13*-49 News 7 Santa Show 8 Wonderful World of Disney "Baseball Fever" 9 Captain Kangaroo 24 Brady Bunch 27 Family Ties 41k Diff'rent Strokes 5:30 2-3-8*-11-27 NBC Nightly News 4-10-13-49 ABC World News Tonight 6-7-12-13* CBS Evening News 9 Secret City 24 Mork & Mindy 41k Facts of Life 5:55 9 Community Calendar Evening 6:00 2-3-4-6-7-8*-10-11-12-13-13*-27 News 8-9 MacNeil-Lehrer NewsHour 24 Too Close for Comfort 41k WKRP in Cincinnati (guest star Sparky Anderson) 49 M*A*S*H 6:30 2-3-8*-11 Family Ties 4-10-13 Cheers 6-7-12-27 Wheel of Fortune 13* Win, Lose or Draw 24 Bosom Buddies 41k Gimme a Break! 7:00 2-3-8*-11-27 Rags to Riches 4-10-13-49 Full House 6-7-12-13* A Charlie Brown Christmas 8-9 Washington Week in Review 24 Barbie & the Rockers 41k Friday the 13th: The Series 7:30 4-10-13-49 I Married Dora 6-7-12-13* How the Grinch Stole Christmas 8-9 Wall Street Week 8:00 2-3-8*-11-27 Miami Vice 4-10-13-49 Mr. Belvedere 6-7-12-13* Dallas 8 McLaughlin Group 9 Great Performances "Asinamali" 24 Movie "The Night They Saved Christmas" 41k Movie "Scrooge" (bw/a retitled version of the 1951 film A Christmas Carol , starring Alistair Sim) 8:30 4-10-13-49 Pursuit of Happiness 8 McLaughlin One-on-One 9:00 2-3-8*-11-27 Private Eye 4-10-13-49 20/20 (Barbara Walters profiles the Donald) 6-7-12-13* Falcon Crest 8 Tom Peters: The Pursuit of Excellence 9 Slow Fires (saving printed materials from being destroyed by the acid in their pages) 10:00 2-3-4-6-7-8*-10-11-12-13-13*-27-49 News 9 Nightly Business Report 24 Benny Hill 41k Barney Miller 10:30 2-3-8*-11-27 Tonight Show (guests Danny DeVito, and the Pointer Sisters) 4-10-13-13* Cheers 6-7-12 Taxi 8 Nightly Business Report 9 TV Classics "Lights Out" (bw/first aired in 1950) 24-41K Wilton North Report 49 M*A*S*H 11:00 4-10-13 ABC News Nightline 6-7-12 Top of the Pops (guests Squeeze, Eric Carmen, and Debbie Gibson) 8 MacNeil-Lehrer NewsHour 9 Outdoor Magazine 13* Solid Gold in Concert (guests Donna Summer, Glen Campbell, and the Whispers; also a flashback with Gary Puckett) 49 Bosom Buddies 11:30 2-3-8*-11-27 Entertainment Tonight 4-10-13 Mind Power (infomercial) 9 Community Calendar 24 Matchmaker 41k Movie "Till Death" 49 ABC News Nightline Late Night midnight 2-3-8*-11-27 Late Night with David Letterman (guests Penn & Teller) 6-7-12 Lifestyles of the Rich & Famous 8 Jack Horkheimer: Star Hustler 13* MDR Vitamins (infomercial) 24 Rich Man, Poor Man (3 hrs) 49 700 Club 12:30 4-10-13 Love Connection 13* CHiPs 1:00 6-7-12 Movie "The World According to Garp" 10-49 News 1:30 41k It's a Living 49 Crook & Chase 2:00 41k Movie "Road to Zanzibar" (bw) 49 Dukes of Hazzard 3:00 24 Home Shopping Network 49 Rifleman (bw) 3:30 49 Ask Dr. Ruth 4:00 41k Make Room for Daddy (bw) 49 Dukes of Hazzard 4:30 41k Matchmaker Retro: Western Washington Mon, Dec 13, 1976 from TV Guide-Western Washington edition CBUT 2-CBC Vancouver 9:30 Mon Ami 9:45 Friendly Giant 10:00 BC Schools 10:30 Mr. Dressup 11:00 Sesame Street noon Bob McLean (discussing sex in advertising) 12:55 NBC News 1:00 Bob Switzer 1:30 Dick Van Dyke 2:00 All in the Family 2:30 Edge of Night 3:00 Take 30 3:30 Celebrity Cooks (former BC Premier Dave Barrett is the guest) 4:00 It's Your Choice 4:30 Coming Up Rosie 5:00 Mr. Dressup 5:30 Room 222 6:00 Reach for the Top: Kelowna Sr Secondary v Vernon Sr Secondary 6:30 Hourglass 7:30 Pacific Prime Time (guests Trooper, the Karroll Brothers, Marilyn Hudson Carr & Poole, and Charles Gray & the Bob Buckley Band) 8:00 Rhoda 8:30 Phyllis 9:00 Front Page Challenge 9:30 All in the Family 10:00 CBC Newsmagazine 10:30 Man Alive (the possible relationship between racial prejudice and increased immigration in Canada) 11:00 The National 11:20 News 11:35 90 Minutes Live (spending the week in Halifax; guests Shirley Eikhard and author Richard Reeves) 1:00 sign-off KOMO 4-ABC Seattle 6:00 Viewpoint on Nutrition (Jaye P. Morgan and producer Robert Radnitz discuss diets) 6:30 Not for Women Only 7:00 Good Morning America 9:00 Bold Ones: The Doctors 10:00 Window (Bill Brubaker looks at McCord AFB's Air Force Associate Reserve program; Frank Greif hosts) 10:30 Happy Days 11:00 Don Ho 11:30 Family Feud noon $20,000 Pyramid 12:30 All My Children 1:00 Ryan's Hope 1:30 One Life to Live 2:15 General Hospital 3:00 Edge of Night 3:30 Boomerang 4:00 Merv Griffin (guests Don Rickles, Robert Blake, Peter Strauss, and blowgun expert Pat Shann) 5:30 News 6:00 ABC Evening News 6:30 News 7:00 To Tell the Truth 7:30 Wonderful World of Magic (tonight's magicians hail from Czechoslovakia, Denmark, and Switzerland) 8:00 Movie "Victory at Entebbe" 11:00 News 11:30 Avengers 12:30 sign-off KING 5-NBC Seattle 6:10 With This Ring 6:25 Farm News 6:30 Man & the Pollution of His Environment 7:00 Today (guests include Rolling Stone editor Jann Wenner) 9:00 Seattle Today (vet Steve Jones on pets as Christmas gifts) 10:00 Wheel of Fortune 10:30 Stumpers 11:00 50 Grand Slam 11:30 Gong Show 11:55 Shape Up with Sparling noon Hollywood Squares 12:30 Days of Our Lives 1:30 Doctors 2:00 Another World 3:00 Movie "The Scorpio Letters" 5:00 Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman 5:30 News 6:30 NBC Nightly News 7:00 Seattle Tonight Tonite (Ross McGowan) 7:30 Hollywood Squares 8:00 Little Drummer Boy Book II 8:30 Bob Hope Christmas Special (guests Dyan Cannon, Kate Jackson, Lola Falana, Neil Sedaka, John Wayne, Miss America Dorothy Benham, Tournament of Roses Queen Diane Ramaker, and the AP All-America football team) 10:00 Perry Como's Christmas in Austria (Perry is joined by Sid Caesar, Senta Berger, the Vienna Boys Choir, and World Cup skiier Karl Schranz) 11:00 News 11:30 Tonight Show (Bob Newhart pinch-hits for Johnny with guests Anthony Newley, Don Rickles, and Bob Uecker) 1:00 Tomorrow (guest Dick Clark) 2:00 sign-off CHEK 6-CBC/CTV Victoria (sister station to BCTV, simulcasting some of its programs) 6:00 University of the Air "War: The Most Dangerous Game" 6:30 Kareen's Yoga & Nutrition (guest: author Dale Alexander) 7:00 Canada AM 9:00 Daybreak (Payne) 9:30 Hot Hands 10:00 BC Schools 10:30 Mr. Dressup 11:00 Barton & Company noon News 12:15 Ida Clarkson 1:00 First Impressions 1:30 FBI 2:30 Edge of Night 3:00 Take 30 3:30 Celebrity Cooks 4:00 Lucy Show 4:30 Coming Up Rosie 5:00 That Girl 5:30 News (local at 5:30, BCTV at 6) 7:00 Bold Ones: The Doctors 8:00 Rhoda 8:30 Phyllis 9:00 Front Page Challenge 9:30 All in the Family 10:00 CBC Newsmagazine 10:30 Man Alive 11:00 The National 11:20 News mid. Movie "Waterhole No. 3" 2:00 Movie "Dracula's Castle" 3:45 sign-off KIRO 7-CBS Seattle relays on 70 Port Angeles, 72 Everett, 78 Centralia/Chehalis, 78 Vashon Island/Des Moines, 79 Olympia, 79 Puyallup, and 80 Bremerton 6:00 Eye on Management 6:30 Sunrise Semester "Communication, the Invisible Environment" 7:00 J.P. Patches 8:00 Captain Kangaroo 9:00 Price is Right 10:00 Double Dare (premiere) 10:30 Love of Life 10:55 CBS News 11:00 Young & the Restless 11:30 Search for Tomorrow noon News 12:30 As the World Turns 1:30 Guiding Light 2:00 All in the Family 2:30 Match Game 76 3:00 Dinah! (guests Don Rickles, Gary Burghoff, John Schuck, and Mel Tellis) 4:00 Emergency One! 5:00 News 6:00 CBS Evening News 6:30 Mike Douglas (co-host Kevin Dobson/guests Kevin's mom and dad, Melba Moore, Tony Martin, Cyd Charisse, and Anson Williams) 7:30 Concentration 8:00 Rhoda 8:30 Phyllis 9:00 Maude 9:30 All's Fair 10:00 Billy Graham Crusade "Why I am a Optimist" (from San Diego with guests Norma Zimmer, Myrtle Hall, the Crusade Choir, pianist Tedd Smith, and organist John Innes) 11:00 News 11:30 Movie "The Family Nobody Wanted" 1:00 Movie "The Desperate Ones" 3:05 sign-off BCTV 8-CTV Vancouver (calls CHAN) 6:00 University of the Air (same course as ch 6) 6:30 Romper Room 7:00 Canada AM 9:00 Daybreak 9:30 Kareen's Yoga & Nutrition (BCTV produced this for CTV) 10:00 Jean Cannem 10:30 Definition 11:00 First Impressions 11:30 Hot Hands noon News 12:30 Adam-12 1:00 Movie "The Benny Goodman Story" (bw/pt 1) 2:30 Alan Hamel (another BCTV for CTV show; guests Michael Learned, secreenwriter Lionel Chetwynd, Gloria Carlin, and Johnny Dark) 3:30 Another World 4:30 Brady Bunch 5:00 Emergency One! 6:00 News 7:00 Replay 7:30 Headline Hunters 8:00 Waltons 9:00 Pig & Whistle (guests the Peaches and London Bobby) 9:30 One Day at a Time 10:00 Streets of San Francisco 11:00 CTV National News 11:20 News mid. Movie "Heaven with a Gun" 2:00 Movie "The Unforgiven" 4:15 sign-off KCTS 9-PBS Seattle 9:00 Sesame Street 10:00 Instructional Programs noon Electric Company 12:30 Instructional Programs 3:00 Human Sexuality 3:30 Options in Education 4:00 Sesame Street 5:00 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 5:30 Electric Company 6:00 Mulligan Stew 6:30 Zoom 7:00 MacNeil-Lehrer Report 7:30 Anyone for Tennyson? (Will Geer and the First Poetry Quartet recreate the inn made famous in Longfellow's Tales of a Wayside Inn) 8:00 Adams Chronicles (conclusion) 9:00 Visions "Pennsylvania Lynch" 10:30 Latino Consortium (part 2 of 4 episodes on Spanish influences in Mexico and the US) 11:00 Crockett's Victory Garden 11:30 sign-off KSTW 11-Ind Tacoma relay on 2 North Seattle 6:30 News 7:00 Porky Pig 7:30 Little Rascals (bw) 8:30 Bozo's Big Top 9:00 700 Club (discussing evolution and Transcedental Meditation) 10:30 Beverly Hillbillies (bw) 11:00 FBI noon News 12:30 I Dream of Jeannie 1:00 Movie "Pyro" 3:00 Casper the Friendly Ghost 3:30 Mickey Mouse Club (bw) 4:00 Banana Splits 4:30 Gilligan's Island 5:00 Leave It to Beaver (bw) 5:30 Partridge Family 6:00 Brady Bunch 6:30 Bewitched 7:00 Love, American Style 7:30 Adam-12 8:00 Marcus Welby, MD 9:00 Ironside 10:00 News 10:30 Movie "Casanova's Big Night" 12:30 sign-off KVOS 12-CBS Bellingham 5:50 Children in Crisis 6:20 Medieval & Renaissance Art 6:50 News 7:00 CBS Morning News 8:00 Frisky Frolics 9:00 Price is Right 10:00 Double Dare (premiere) 10:30 Love of Life 10:55 Woman's World (Elaine Horn) 11:00 Young & the Restless 11:30 Dinah! (same guests as ch 7) 12:30 Mike Douglas (same guests as ch 7) 2:00 All in the Family 2:30 Match Game 76 3:00 Tattletales 3:30 I Dream of Jeannie 4:00 Funorama 4:30 Gilligan's Island 5:00 Merv Griffin (guests Eartha Kitt, Ben Vereen, the Pointer Sisters, and Alex Haley) 6:20 News 6:30 CBS Evening News 7:00 Hollywood Squares 7:30 Doctor at Sea 8:00 Switch 9:00 Movie "How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying" 11:30 Movie "The Family Nobody Wanted" 1:00 sign-off KCPQ 13-PBS Tacoma relays on 4 Vancouver (WA), 70 Longview/Kelso, 72 Olympia, and 83 Centralia/Chehalis 8:00 Sesame Street 9:00 Villa Alegre 9:30 Electric Company 10:00 Instructional Programs 11:45 Adams Chronicles 12:45 Instructional Programs 3:30 Lilias, Yoga & You 4:00 Infinity Factory 4:30 Sesame Street 5:30 Electric Company 6:00 Zoom 6:30 Villa Alegre 7:00 World Press 7:30 MacNeil-Lehrer Report 8:00 Agronsky at Large 8:30 Getting On 9:00 In Performance at Wolf Trap (guests the Preservational Hall Jazz Band, whose members range from ages 61 to 84) 10:00 Soundstage (guests Three Dog Night) 11:00 Insight 11:30 Captioned ABC News mid. sign-off KTPS 62-PBS Tacoma 8:30 Washington Week in Review 9:00 Instructional Programs 11:30 Infinity Factory noon New Perspectives on Alcoholism 12:30 Instructional Programs 3:00 Washington Week in Review 3:30 World Press 4:00 Public Policy Forums 5:00 Lilias, Yoga & You 5:30 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 6:00 Zoom 6:30 Christmas Thoughts (Christmas music from local high schools) 7:00 GED 7:30 American Revolution 8:00 Adams Chronicles (conclusion) 9:00 In Performance at Wolf Trap (same guests as ch 13) 10:00 sign-off Retro: Boston, Mass. Sat., Nov. 29, 1980 SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1980 Source: TV Guide WBZ-Ch. 4 (NBC) 6:00 AM International Zone 6:30 AM Carrascolendas 7:00 AM Que Pasa, USA? 7:30 AM For Kids Only—Ron Robin 8:00 AM Godzilla, Hong Kong Phooey 9:00 AM Flintstones 10:30 AM Daffy Duck 11:00 AM Batman 12:00 PM Jonny Quest 12:30 PM Drawing Power 1:00 PM Get Off Your Block 1:30 PM Monte Carol Show 2:30 PM Over Easy 3:00 PM Mr. Magoo’s Christmas Carol 4:00 PM Sportsworld 5:30 PM Fight Back with David Horowitz 6:00 PM Eyewitness News 6:30 PM NBC Nightly News—Jessica Savitch 7:00 PM Solid Gold 8:00 PM Barbara Mandrell 9:00 PM Movie: “Oklahoma Crude” (1973) 11:00 PM Eyewitness News 11:30 PM Road Show 1:00 AM Don Kirshner’s Rock Concert 2:30 AM Movie: “The Magic Christian” (1969) 4:00 AM Movie: “Steel Bayonet” (1958) 5:30 AM Women Alone WCVB-Ch. 5 (ABC) 6:00 AM Better Way 6:30 AM Jabberwocky 7:00 AM So the Story Goes 7:30 AM Captain Bob 8:00 AM Superfriends 9:00 AM Fonz 9:30 AM Richie Rich, Scooby and Scrappy-Doo 10:30 AM Thundarr 11:00 AM Candlepin Bowling 12:00 PM College Football Pre-Game Show 12:25 PM College Football 3:45 PM Army-Navy Game 7:00 PM Lawrence Welk 8:00 PM Breaking Away 9:00 PM Love Boat 10:00 PM Fantasy Island 11:00 PM NewsCenter 5 11:30 PM Movie: “You’ll Never Get Rich” (1941) 1:30 AM Five All Night/Live All Night—Matt Siegel 3:00 AM Wanted: Dead or Alive 3:30 AM Lone Ranger 4:00 AM ABC News 4:15 AM Five All Night 4:30 AM Good Day! WNAC-Ch. 7 (CBS) 6:30 AM For Our Times 7:00 AM Weekday!—Ted O’Brien 8:00 AM Mighty Mouse/Heckle and Jeckle 8:30 AM Tom and Jerry 9:00 AM Bugs Bunny/Road Runner 10:30 AM Popeye 11:30 AM Drak Pack 12:00 PM Fat Albert 12:30 PM Tarzan/Lone Ranger 1:30 PM 30 Minutes 2:00 PM Kung Fu 3:00 PM Streets of San Francisco 4:00 PM Candlepin Pros—O’Connell 4:30 PM Sports Spectacular 6:00 PM Black News: An Anniversary 7:00 PM Dance Fever 7:30 PM Sha Na Na 8:00 PM WKRP in Cincinnati 8:30 PM Tim Conway 9:00 PM Movie: “Desperate Voyage” (1980) 11:00 PM Newsroom 7 11:30 PM Movie: “Genesis II” (1973) 1:00 AM Movie: “Lady Luck” (1946) 2:30 AM News WXNE-Ch. 25 (Ind.) 6:00 AM News 6:30 AM Cartoons 7:00 AM Thunderbirds 7:30 AM Josie and the Pussycats 8:00 AM Jackson Five 8:30 AM Leave It to Beaver 9:00 AM Lassie 9:30 AM Father Knows Best 10:00 AM Movie: “Cattle Drive” (1951) 11:30 AM Virginian 1:00 PM High Chaparral 2:00 PM Bonanza 3:00 PM Big Valley 4:00 PM Alias Sith and Jones 5:00 PM Grizzly Adams 6:00 PM Battlestar Galactica 7:00 PM Bionic Woman 8:00 PM Hee Haw 9:00 PM College Basketball: Notre Dame at UCLA 11:00 PM Movie: “Santa Fe Trail” (1940) WSBK-Ch. 38 (Ind.) 7:00 AM Faith for Today 7:30 AM Viewpoint on Nutrition 8:00 AM Public Affairs 8:30 AM Villa Alegre 9:00 AM Carrascolendas 9:30 AM Hot Fudge 10:00 AM Ask the Manager—Dimino 10:30 AM Movie: “A-Haunting We Will Go” (1942) 12:00 PM Land of Giants 1:00 PM NHL Hockey: Edmonton at Boston 3:30 PM Wild, Wild West 4:30 PM Gift of Winter 6:00 PM What’s Happening!! 6:30 PM Bob Newhart 7:00 PM What’s Happening America?—Shana Alexander 8:00 PM Movie: “Miracle on 34th Street” (1973) 10:00 PM INN News 10:30 PM Forum 38 11:00 PM Rockworld 12:00 AM SCTV Television Network 12:30 AM Movie: “Charlie Chan in Reno” (1939) 2:00 AM Our Miss Brooks WLVI-Ch. 56 (Ind.) 7:30 AM Music and the Spoken Word 8:00 AM Rex Humbard 9:00 AM Oral Roberts 9:30 AM Jimmy Swaggart 10:30 AM De Todo Un Poco 11:00 AM Wrestling 12:00 PM Rookies 1:00 PM Movie: “Attack of the Puppet People” (1958) 2:30 PM Movie: “Attach of the Mushroom People” (1963) 4:00 PM Movie: “Gay Purr-ee” (1962) 6:00 PM Happy Days Again 6:30 PM Sanford and Son 7:00 PM Star Trek 8:00 PM Movie: “Knute Rockne-All American” (1940) 9:30 PM Movie: “G-Men” (1935) 11:00 PM After Benny, Thames Presents 11:30 PM Tales of the Unexpected WQTV-Ch. 68 (Ind.) 7:30 AM Christopher Closeup 8:00 AM Rex Humbard 9:30 AM Cliffhangers 11:00 AM Soul Train WGBH-2 (PBS) 8:00 AM Sesame Street 9:00 AM Mister Rogers 9:30 AM Electric Company 10:00 AM Sesame Street 11:00 AM 3-2-1 Contact 11:30 AM Feeling 12:00 PM Washington Week in Review 12:30 PM Victory Garden 1:00 PM Over Easy 1:30 PM Over Easy 2:00 PM Over Easy 2:30 PM Over Easy 3:00 PM Over Easy 3:30 PM Kup's Show 4:30 PM Matinee at the Bijou 6:00 PM La Plaza--Raquel Ortiz 6:30 PM Elliot Norton Reviews 7:00 PM Sneak Previews 7:30 PM Up and Coming 8:00 PM Connections 9:00 PM Connections 10:00 PM Movie: "Galileo" (1975) 12:20 AM Dick Cavett WSMW-27 (Ind.) 5:30 AM Ag-USA 6:00 AM Solid Gold 7:00 AM Movie: "The World of Abbott and Costello" (1965) 8:30 AM Movie: "Tarzan and His Mate" (1934) 10:00 AM Inside Worcester 10:30 AM Candid Camera 11:00 AM Bowling 12:00 PM Wrestling 1:00 PM Chico and the Man 1:30 PM Solid Gold 2:30 PM Wild Kingdom WGBX, for whatever reason, is not listed. Retro: Western Illinois Fri, Dec 9, 1983 from TV Guide-Western Illinois edition 2c WBBM-CBS Chicago (late-night only; relayed midnight-5am) 3 KTVO-ABC Kirksville/Ottumwa 4 WHBF-CBS Quad Cities 6 WOC-NBC Quad Cities 7 KHQA-CBS Quincy 8 WQAD-ABC Quad Cities 9c WGN-Ind Chicago 10 WGEM-NBC Quincy 11c WTTW-PBS Chicago 12w KIIN-PBS Iowa City 19 WRAU-ABC Peoria 20 WICS-NBC Springfield 25 WEEK-NBC Peoria 31 WMBD-CBS Peoria 32c WFLD-Ind Chicago 43 WBLN-Ind Bloomington 47 WTVP-PBS Peoria Program times on 11c and 47 are tentative, due to pledge periods Morning 5:00 7 CBS News Nightwatch 8 CNN Headline News 9c Morning Stretch 5:25 31 Your World 5:30 6-7-31 Ag Day 9c Faith 20 32c Richard Simmons 5:55 8 Inspirations 6:00 3 Ag Day 4-25 Jim Bakker 6 20 Minute Workout 7 Studio 7 8-31 Jimmy Swaggart 9c Top o' the Morning 19 ABC World News This Morning 20 Andy Griffith 32c Newstalk (Wanda Wells) 6:15 11c AM Weather 12w Hooked on Aerobics 6:30 3-8 ABC World News This Morning 6-10-20 NBC News at Sunrise 7 Jimmy Swaggart 9c Bullwinkle 11c Focus on Society 31 CBS Early Morning News 32c Mighty Mouse 6:45 12w AM Weather 7:00 3-8-19 Good Morning America (guest Cheryl Tiegs on her new clothing line) 4-7-31 CBS Morning News 6-10-20-25 Today (guest: movie director Roger Vadim) 9c Bozo 11c 3-2-1 Contact 12w Accounting 32c Tom & Jerry 7:30 11c Sesame Street 12w Electric Company 32c Flintstones 7:45 47 AM Weather 8:00 12w-47 Sesame Street 32c Woody Woodpecker 8:30 9c Beverly Hillbillies 11c Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 32c Popeye 9:00 3-8-19 Phil Donahue (on 3, Carl Sagan and Paul Erlich on the aftereffects of nuclear holocaust; on 8/19, former Rep. Robert E. Bauman (R-MD) on gay political issues and his own homosexuality) 4-7-31 $25,000 Pyramid 6-10-20 Diff'rent Strokes (WKRP's Gordon Jump guests stars in pt 1 of an episode where he plays a pedo who targets Arnold) 9c Movie "Ride the Wild Surf" 12w Instructional Programs 25 Woman to Woman (pros and cons of multiple births) 32c Emergency! 47 Polka Dot Door 9:10 11c Sesame Street 9:30 4-7-31 Press Your Luck 6-10-20-25 Sale of the Century 47 3-2-1 Contact 10:00 3-19 Benson 4-7-31 Price is Right 6-10-20-25 Wheel of fortune 8 Hour Magazine (guests David Horowitz, Erica Jong, and exercise demonstrator Judi Missett) 32c Breakaway 47 Instructional Programs 10:15 11c Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 10:30 3-19 Loving 6-10-20-25 Dream House 10:50 11c Electric Company 11:00 3 Richard Simmons 4-7-31 Young & the Restless 6-10-20-25 Go! 8 Romper Room & Friends 9c Family 19 Family Feud 32c Hour Magazine (guest Holly Palance, psychological effects of plastic surgery, tranquilizers, body alignment through exercise) 11:30 3-8-19 Ryan's Hope 6 Tic Tac Dough 10-25 Search for Tomorrow 11c Sesame Street 20 News Afternoon noon 3-8-19 All My Children 4 Jeffersons 6-7-9c-31 News 10-20-25 Days of Our Lives 32c All in the Family 43 CNN Headline News 12:30 4-7-31 As the World Turns 6 Days of Our Lives 11c Callaway 32c 20 Minute Workout 43 Burns & Allen (bw) 1:00 3-8-19 One Life to Live 9c Dick Van Dyke (bw) 10-20-25 Another World 11c French Chef 32c Merv Griffin 43 Movie "Driftwood" (bw) 1:30 4-7-31 Capitol 6 Another World 9c Andy Griffith (bw) 11c Wildlife Safari 2:00 3-8-19 General Hospital 4-7-31 Guiding Light 9c I Dream of Jeannie 10 Match Game-Hollywood Squares Hour 11c Vietnam: A Television History "Homefront USA" 20-25 Family 32c Great Space Coaster 2:30 6 Match Game-Hollywood Squares Hour 9c Bugs Bunny 32c Tom & Jerry 3:00 3 Edge of Night 4 Eight is Enough 7 Tattletales 8-20 Scooby-Doo 9c Alvin & the Chipmunks 10 Family Feud 12w History of Space Travel 19 Jeffersons 25 Favorite Funnies 31 Love Connection 32c Superior Court 43 Jetsons 47 Sesame Street 3:10 11c Wild, Wild World of Animals 3:30 3 Family Feud 6 Little House on the Prairie 7 Happy Days Again 8-25 Gilligan's Island 9c-43 Scooby-Doo 10 All My Children 11c-12w Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 19-32c He-Man & the Masters of the Universe 20 Brady Bunch 31 Hour Magazine (same line-up as ch 8 at 10am) 4:00 3-4 Bugs Bunny 7 Movie "Pinocchio in Outer Space" 8-25 Laverne & Shirley 9c Superfriends 11c-12w Sesame Street 19c CHiPs 20 Gilligan's Island (bw) 32c-43 Flintstones 4:15 47 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 4:30 3-31 More Real People (on 3: playing golf in the snow in Prince George BC and a former ballet star who teaches modern dance to children...over on 31, 97 year old twin sisters who danced in the Zeigfield Follies) 4 Brady Bunch 6 People's Court 8 Happy Days Again 9c-20 Laverne & Shirley 10 Hour Magazine (same line-up as 11am, 32c) 25 WKRP in Cincinnati 32c Comedy Classics 43 Flipper 4:50 47c 3-2-1 Contact 5:00 3 People's Court 4 Alice 6-31 Newscope 7 Jeffersons 8 Active 8 at 5 9c One Day at a Time 11c 3-2-1 Contact 12w MacNeil-Lehrer NewsHour 19 Barney Miller 20 Happy Days Again 25 News 32c Mork & Mindy 43 CNN Headline News 5:30 3-8 ABC World News Tonight 4-7 CBS Evening News 6-10-20-25 NBC Nightly News 9c WKRP in Cincinnati 11c Wild, Wild World of Animals 19-31 News 32c What's Happening!! 43 Bonanza 47 Nightly Business Report Evening 6:00 3-4-6-7-8-10-20-25 News 9c Barney Miller 11c-47 MacNeil-Lehrer NewsHour 12w Nightly Business Report 19 ABC World News Tonight 31 CBS Evening News 32c Taxi 6:30 3 All in the Family 4-10 Family Feud 6 PM Magazine (flirting/filming Bond underwater sequences) 7 M*A*S*H 8-32c Three's Company 9c-20 Jeffersons 12w Contemporary Health Issues 19 Wheel of Fortune 25 Entertainment Tonight 31 People's Court 43 TBA 7:00 3-8-19 Benson 4-7-31 Dukes of Hazzard 6-10-20 Smurfs Christmas Special (Gargamel joins forces with the evil Stranger to entrap a pair of kids) 9c Hockey: 1984 US Olympic team vs a team of Soviet hopefuls, live from Lake Placid (commentators Dan Kelly and Lou Nanne) 11c-12w-47 Washington Week in Review 25 Billy Graham Crusade "No Escape" (guests Sandi Patti and author Dennis Waitley) 32c PM Magazine (listings don't indicate if they ran the same line-up as ch 6 at 6:30, but they sound like national segments) 43 Movie "Pinocchio in Outer Space" 7:30 3-8-19 Webster 6-10-20 Chipmunk Christmas (Alvin tries to help a seriously ill boy) 11c-12w-47 Wall Street Week 32c Entertainment Tonight 8:00 3-8-19 Lottery! 4-7-31 Dallas 6-10-20 Movie "Seems Like Old Times" 11c McLaughlin Group 12w Market to Market 25 Solid Gold Christmas (Marilyn McCoo and the Solid Gold Dancers count down the top 40 Christmas tunes with help from Barry Manilow, Roberta Flack, Laura Branigan, Crystal Gayle, the Chipmunks, Donna Summer, the Oak Ridge Boys, Marie Osmond, Andrae Crouch, and Sister Sledge) 32c Tic Tac Dough 43 Battlestar Galactica 47 Love Class with Lou Buscaglia 8:30 11c Chicago Week in Review 12w Party with the Rovers 32c Joker's Wild 9:00 3-8-19 Matt Houston 4-7-31 Falcon Crest 11c A Time to Live with Lou Buscaglia 12w Wild America 32c Benny Hill 43 News 47 All-Star Swing Reunion (Zoot Sims, Louis Bellson, Teddy Wilson, Red Norvo, and Clark Terry perform swing music in a concert at Lewiston NY) 9:30 12w MotorWeek 32c Honeymooners (bw) 43 INN News 10:00 3-4-6-7-8-9c-10-19-20-25-31 News 11c Nightly Business Report 12w Wild, Wild World of Animals 32c M*A*S*H 43 TBA 10:30 3 ABC News Nightline 4-7 Movie "Are You in the House Alone?" 6-10-20-25 Tonight Show (guests Bob & Ray, and Charles Grodin) 8-32c Thicke of the Night (guests Spandau Ballet, Wayne Gretzky, and Rick Ducommon; also, a discussion of insomnia...funny, I'd think this show would cure it Cheesy) 9c INN News 11c Movie "Life Goes to War" 12w 12 Choirs '83 (guests Waverly Shell Rock) 19 Bob Newhart 31 Hawaii Five-O 43 TBA 47 Movie "I'm All Right, Jack" (bw) 11:00 9c Love Boat 12w Ramblin' (guests Trapezoid) 19 Twilight Zone (bw) 43 700 Club 11:30 3-20-31 Thicke of the Night (same line-up as 10:30 on 8/32c) 6-10-25 Friday Night Videos (videos by Bette Midler, the Rolling Stones, and AC/DC) 19 ABC News Nightline Late Night midnight 2c not listed (movies?) 8 Salute 9c Movie "Joe Kidd" 32c 700 Club 43 CNN Headline News 12:30 11c Austin City Limits 19 700 Club 12:45 7 America's Top 10 1:00 3 America's Top 10 6-10 News 8 Rock TV 31 Your World 32c Louise Mandrell 1:15 7 News 2:00 8 700 Club 9c INN News 2:30 9c Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In 3:00 2c Common Ground 8 News 9c Movie "Yankee Buccaneer" 3:30 8 Movie "And God Created Woman" 4:00 2c Bill Cosby 4:30 2c Channel 2: The People Retro: Toronto/Golden Horseshoe/Central Ontario Mon, Dec 8, 1975 from Toronto Star 2 WGR-NBC Buffalo 3 CKVR-CBC Barrie 4 WBEN-CBS Buffalo 5 CBLT-CBC Toronto 6-22 CKGN-Global Toronto 7 WKBW-ABC Buffalo 8 CKNX-CBC Wingham 8* WROC-NBC Rochester 9 CFTO-CTV Toronto 10 CFPL-CBC London 10* WHEC-CBS Rochester 11 CHCH-Ind Hamilton 12 CHEX-CBC Peterborough 13 CKCO-CTV Kitchener 13* WOKR-ABC Rochester 17 WNED-PBS Buffalo 19 CICA-OECA Toronto 25 CBLFT-SRC Toronto 29 WUTV-Ind Buffalo 79 CITY-Ind Toronto Morning 6:00 9-13 University of the Air "Changing Patterns in Female Criminality" (a bit of cross-cultural UA today as the prof is from the French-language Universite de Montreal) 11 Hilarious House of Frightenstein 6:25 7 Window on the World 6:30 2 Not for Women Only 4-10* Sunrise Semester "Anthropology of the Middle East and North Africa" (aired M/W/F, with Magic, Faith and Healing being the course Tu/Th/weekends) 9 Cartoon Playhouse 13 Trouble with Tracy 13* Romper Room 79 Money Game 7:00 2-8* Today (Jim Hartz/Barbara Walters) 3 Daybeat 4 Captain Kangaroo 7 Morning Show (Nolan Johannes, who eventually ended up at another Move Closer to Your World station, WNEP Scranton: http://www.wnep.com/wnep-nolanjohannes-624293,0,6133639.story) 9-13 Canada AM (Helen Hutchinson/Norm Perry) 10* Eddie Meath 11 A Special Place 13* Good Morning America 79 Greek Horizons 7:30 7 Rocketship 7 (Dave Thomas) 17 Maggie & the Beautiful Machine 29 Lone Ranger 79 Portugal Today 7:55 11 Santa Time 8:00 3-5-8-10-11-12-19 Polka Dot Door 4 CBS Morning News 17 Hathayoga 29 Rifleman 79 Italianissimo 8:30 3-5-8-10-11-12-19 Magic Roundabout/Le jardin des sensations 9 Toronto Today (Pat Murray/Sue Lumsden) 13 Romper Room 17 Animation Festival 29 Laurel & Hardy 8:45 3-5-8-10-12 Friendly Giant 11-19 University of the Air "Deliquency and Deviants" 8:50 17 Sesame Street 8:55 7 Dialing for Dollars 9:00 2 Dinah! 3-5-8-10-12 Mon Ami 4 Contact (John Corbett) 8* It Takes a Thief 9-13 Yoga 10* Captain Kangaroo 13* AM Rochester 29 Cartoons 79 Cinelotto 9:15 3-5-8-10-11-12-19 Report Metric/Guess What? 9:30 3-5-8-10-12 Africa File "Dakar the Beautiful" 4 Love, American Style 9 Romper Room 13 Joyce Davidson 79 Free for All 9:45 25 En mouvement 10:00 2-8* Celebrity Sweepstakes 3-5-8-10-11-12-19 All About You/Inside Out 4-9-10* Price is Right 7 Edge of Night (90 min; 7 usually aired Donahue at 10, followed by Edge at 11) 13 It's Your Move 13* Mike Douglas 17 Educational Programs 25 Du soleil a 5cents 29 Inter-View 10:15 25 Au jardin du Pierrot 10:30 2-8* Wheel of Fortune 3-5-8-10-12 Mr. Dressup 11-19 Technology & Man "The Role of the Media" 13 Galloping Gourmet 25 Conseil-Express 29 It's a New Day 11:00 3-5-8-10-12 Sesame Street 4-10* Gambit 9 Art of Cooking 11 Galloping Gourmet 13 Betty & Friends 19 Trousse-Mitoufle/Le monde animal/L'ABC de la phsyique 25 Les recettes de Juliette 29 Life in the Spirit 11:30 2-8* Hollywood Squares 4 Young & the Restless 7-13* Happy Days 9 It's Your Move 10* Love of Life 11 I Saw That 13 Horoscope Dollars 19 Let's Act It Out 25 Noele aux quatre vents 29 700 Club 79 CITY Classified/News for the Deaf Afternoon noon 2-8* High Rollers 3 Leave It to Beaver 4-7-12 News 5 Bob McLean 6-22 Canadian Cavalcade 8-10-13 Cartoons 9 Uncle Bobby 10* Young & the Restless 11 Midday (Dan McLean) 13* Showoffs 19 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 25 Cher oncle Bill 79 CityLights (guest Jan Rubes) 12:30 2-8* Magnificent Marble Machine 3 Yogi Bear 4-10* Search for Tomorrow 6-8-10-22 News (Mary Stewart on 6-22) 7-13* All My Children 9 Flintstones 12 Party Game 13 Price is Right 19 Magee & Company 25 Les Coqueluches 79 Cartoons 12:45 8 Movie "The Italian Job" 10 Movie "Hammerhead" 19 Communique 12:55 5 News 1:00 2 Magazine 3 Daybeat 4 Concentration 5 In Touch 7-13* Ryan's Hope 8* News 9 Dick Van Dyke 10* Tattletales 11 Double Exposure (R.O. Horning Jr.) 12 Marcus Welby, MD 13 Match Game 17 Electric Company 19 Literature "So We Can Do Something Else" 29 Movie "The Flying Missile" 79 Speak Easy (Gene Taylor) 1:30 2-8*-11 Days of Our Lives 4-10* As the World Turns 5 Crown Court 6-22 Money Talks (Raoul Engel) 7-13* Let's Make a Deal 9 Joyce Davidson "The Old Journalism" (guest Dennis Braithwaite) 13 Definition 17 Educational Programs 19 Report Metric/Reading Opportunities 25 Le Telejournal 1:35 25 Femme d'aujourd'hui 1:45 19 Fingerbobs 2:00 5 All in the Family 6-22 Horoscope Fortune Bingo 7-13* $10,000 Pyramid 9-13 Celebrity Dominoes 12 Marie Callaghan 19 People & Places "Don't Forget Halifax, Billy!" 79 Strange Paradise 2:20 19 World Out There "Thoroughbread" 2:30 2-8*-11 Doctors 3-5-8-10-12 Edge of Night 4-6-10*-22 Guiding Light 7-13* Rhyme & Reason 9-13 What's the Good Word? 25 Cinema "Un homme change son destin" (The Stratton Story) 79 Bold Ones 2:40 19 This Family "Values and Decision-Making" 3:00 2-8*-9-13 Another World 3-5-8-12 Take 30 4-10* All in the Family 6-22 Rimstead! (Paul Rimstead) 7-11-13* General Hospital 10 CityLights 17 TBA 19 La vie en mouvement 29 Cartoons 3:30 3-5-8-10-12 Celebrity Cooks (guest Sarah Churchill) 4-10*-79 Match Game 6-22 Pink Panther 7 Commander Tom 11 Young & the Restless 13* One Life to Live 19 Teaching Children to Read 29 Hilarious House of Frightenstein (the US syndied half-hour, laugh-tracked version) 4:00 2 Movie "House of Strangers" 3 Moira Hunt 4-79 Tattletales 5-8-12 Forest Rangers 6-22 Gilligan's Island 8*-29 Mickey Mouse Club 9 Lucy Show 10 Take 30 10*-13 Flintstones 11 Dinah! 13* Dark Shadows 17 Sesame Street 19 Witness to Yesterday (Robert Vaughn plays Thomas Paine) 25 Bobino 4:30 3-5-8-10-12 Coming Up Rosie 4 Adam-12 7-79 Mike Douglas (co-host Petula Clark/guests John Davidson, Anne Meara, and Dr. Ronald Taylor) 8* Lucy Show 9-13 Brady Bunch 10* Courtship of Eddie's Father 13* Merv Griffin 19 Electric Company 25 Fanfreluche 29 Gilligan's Island 5:00 3 Truth or Consequences 4 Family Doctor 5 Hi Diddle Day 6-22 Hogan's Heroes 8 Phil Silvers 8*-12 Family Affair 9-13 Ironside 10 Partridge Family 10* Bonanza 11 Medical Centre 17 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 19 Sesame Street 25 Cosmos 1999 (Space: 1999) 29 That Girl 5:30 3 News/Sports 5-8-12 Partridge Family 6-22 That Girl 8* Hogan's Heroes 10 I Love Lucy 17 Electric Company 29 Family Affair Evening 6:00 2-4-5-6-7-8-8*-10-10*-11-12-13-22 News (Peter Trueman on 6/22, Norm Marshall on 11) 3 Movie "The Buccaneer" 9 Definition 17 Vegetable Soup 19 Polka Dot Door 25 Ce soir 29 Bonanza 79 FBI 6:30 2-8* NBC Nightly News (John Chancellor) 6-22 Adam 12 7-13* ABC Evening News (Harry Reasoner) 8 Truth or Consequences 9 News (Tom Gibney) 10* CBS Evening News (Walter Cronkite) 11 Party Game 12 Hawaii Five-O 13 My Three Sons 17 TBA 19 Magee & Company 6:45 19 Communique 7:00 2-13* Bowling for Dollars 4 CBS Evening News 5 In Good Company (Hana Gartner) 6-22 Odd Couple 7 To Tell the Truth 8 Little House on the Prairie 8* Adam-12 9-13 Night Before Christmas (an animated telling of how Clement C. Moore came up with his classic holiday poem) 10 Bob Newhart 10* Brady Bunch 11 Friends of Man "Wild Pets" 19 Magic Shadows "The Count of Monte Cristo" (pt 1) 25 Intercom 29 Phil Silvers 79 Groucho 7:30 2 Wild, Wild World of Animals "Deadly American Snakes" 4 Strikes, Spares & Misses 5-12 Barney Miller 6-22 Movie "Search for the Gods" 7-13* Hollywood Squares 8* World of Hans Christian Andersen (pre-empts Dragnet) 9-13 Headline Hunters 10 Phyllis 10* Bewitched 11 SWAT 17 Martin Agronsky 19 Education of Mike McManus "Harry Boyle and Canadian Broadcasting" 25 Magazine olympique 79 Candid Camera 8:00 2 Invisible Man 3-4-5-8-10-10*-12 Rhoda 7 Johnny Mathis Special (filmed in the Canadian Rockies with guests Karen Valentine, the Congregation, and world rodeo champ Larry Mahan) 9-13* Undersea World of Jacques Cousteau "The Sea Birds of Isabela" 13 Marcus Welby, MD 17 Love Girl & the Innocent (adapted from a novel by Alexander Solzhenitsyn) 19 International Playhouse "Leeds United" (a BBC drama closely based on a real-life 1970 garment workers' strike in the English city) 25 Y a pas de probleme 29 Basketball: Notre Dame-Kansas 79 Money Game "How to Keep the Unions Out of Your Business" (29 usually ran Star Trek at 8 and a movie at 9) 8:30 3-5-8-10-12 John Denver's Rocky Mountain Christmas (taped in Aspen with guests Valerie Harper, Olivia Newton-John, and Steve Martin; spiked Front Page Challenge and punted All in the Family ahead 30 min) 11 Know Your Sports 25 Avec le temps 79 CITY Show (Morton Shulman) 9:00 2 Movie "The Eddy Duchin Story" 4-10* All in the Family 7-11-13* NFL: Denver-Oakland 8* Movie "Clambake" 9-13 Petrocelli 25 Tele-Selection "Le sherif" 9:30 3-5-8-10-12 All in the Family 4-6-10*-22 Maude 79 News (John Mitter) 10:00 3-5-8-10-12 BC Pre-Election Special 4-10* Medical Centre 6-22 News (Peter Trueman/Peter Desbarats) 9-13 Grand Old Country (guests Johnny Rodriguez and Wilf Carter) 17 TBA 19 Chez nous 29 Star Trek 79 Movie "The Best of Enemies" 10:30 3-5-8-10-12 Man Alive (report from the World Council of Churches assemly in Nairobi) 9-13 Pig & Whistle (guest Hattie Jacques) 17 Woman Alive 19 Education of Mike McManus 25 Le Telejournal/Nouvelles du sport 11:00 2-4-8*-10* News 3-5-8-10-12 The National/Local News 6-22 Rimstead! 9-13 CTV National News/Local News 17 Dave Allen at Large 19 Magee & Company 25 Jalna (pt 1) 29 Dragnet 11:15 19 Developing Your Own Business (pt 1) 11:30 2-8* Tonight Show (guest host Glen Campbell welcomes the Smothers Brothers) 4 Merv Griffin (guests Anne Murray, Dody Goodman, Sam Levenson, Harold Plummer, and Teri & Dick Raymond) 6-22 In Private Life... (guest is NS MP Elmer MacKay-his son, Canada's Defence Minister, is currently in a controversy over alleged personal use of search-and-rescue helicopters) 10* FBI 29 Ironside 11:45 8 Merv Griffin 10 Baretta 19 Canadian West "The Plains" 11:50 12 Movie "A Day of Fury" Late Night midnight 3 Movie "Requiem for a Heavyweight" 5 Ryan 7-11-13* News 9 Movie "The 49th Parallel" 13 Mike Douglas (co-host Petula Clark/guests John Byner and Phyllis George) 25 Joseph Balsalmo (pt 2) 79 Italian Cinema "La portatrice di pane" 12:30 7 Movie "Hot Rods to Hell" 11 Larry Solway (guest Kathryn Kahlman) 13* Vaudeville 12:45 10 Alfred Hitchcock Presents 1:00 2-8* Tomorrow 5 Avengers 11 Merv Griffin (guests Vincent Price, Minnie Pearl, Stephanie Edwards, Barry Gray, and Kenny Starr) RETRO: DETROIT - 4/13/1995 Thursday, April 13, 1995 WJBK-TV FOX2 05:00AM Dennis Prager 05:30AM This Morning's Business 06:00AM Eyewitness Morning 09:00AM Geraldo 10:00AM Donahue 11:00AM Juvenile Justice 11:30AM Rush Limbaugh 12:00PM News 12:30PM Top Cops 01:00PM Street Legal 02:00PM Night Court 02:30PM Amen 03:00PM Geraldo 04:00PM News 05:00PM News 06:00PM News 06:30PM Real Stories of the Highway Patrol 07:00PM EXTRA 07:30PM Cheers 08:00PM Martin 08:30PM Living Single 09:00PM New York Undercover 10:00PM News 11:00PM Bonds Tonight 11:30PM Night Court 12:00AM Top Cops 12:30AM Real Stories of the Highway Patrol 01:00AM Jon Stewart 02:00AM News 03:00AM Fast Track 03:30AM Last Call 04:00AM WKRP in Cincinnati 04:30AM Juvenile Justice WDIV-TV NBC4 05:00AM NBC News 05:30AM News 07:00AM Today 09:00AM Maury 10:00AM Jerry Springer 11:00AM Jenny Jones 12:00PM News 12:30PM Susan Powter 01:00PM Days of Our Lives 02:00PM Another World 03:00PM Sally 04:00PM Montel Williams 05:00PM News 06:00PM News 06:30PM NBC News 07:00PM Wheel of Fortune 07:30PM Jeopardy! 08:00PM Mad About You 08:30PM Hope & Gloria 09:00PM Seinfeld 09:30PM Friends 10:00PM ER 11:00PM News 11:30PM The Tonight Show with Jay Leno 12:30AM Jenny Jones 01:30AM Paid Programming 02:00AM Later with Greg Kinnear 02:30AM Other Side 03:30AM Leeza 04:30AM NBC News WXYZ-TV ABC7 05:30AM ABC News 05:55AM News 07:00AM Good Morning America 09:00AM Company (incomplete title) 10:00AM Regis & Kathie Lee 11:00AM Rolonda 12:00PM News 12:30PM Loving 01:00PM All My Children 02:00PM One Life to Live 03:00PM General Hospital 04:00PM Oprah Winfrey 05:00PM News 06:00PM News 07:00PM ABC News 07:30PM Entertainment Tonight 08:00PM Matlock 09:00PM The Commish 10:00PM Day One 11:00PM News 11:30PM Nightline 12:00AM Inside Edition 12:30AM American Jouranl 01:00AM Gordon Elliott 02:00AM Matlock 03:00AM ABC World News Now 04:30AM Mike & Maty WXON-TV WB20 05:00AM Madonna 05:30AM All News A.M. 06:00AM Captain Planet and the Planeteers 06:30AM Conan the Adventurer 07:00AM Goof Troop 07:30AM Superhuman Samurai Syber-Squad 08:00AM Transformers: Generation 2 08:30AM Sonic the Hedgehog 09:00AM The Wonder Years 09:30AM Harry and the Hendersons 10:00AM Family Matters 10:30AM A Different World 11:00AM Northern Exposure 12:00PM Magnum, P.I. 01:00PM A-Team 02:00PM Perfect Strangers 02:30PM Mr. Belvedere 03:00PM Garfield and Friends 03:30PM Bonkers 04:00PM VR Troopers 04:30PM Aladdin 05:00PM Full House 05:30PM The Cosby Show 06:00PM Family Matters 06:30PM Doogie Howser, M.D. 07:00PM Cops 07:30PM Cops 08:00PM MOVIE: In the Line of Duty: The F.B.I. Murders 10:00PM In the Heat of the Night 11:00PM Hard Copy 11:30PM Dear John 12:00PM Love Connection 12:30AM Jones & Jury 01:00AM Perfect Strangers 01:30AM MOVIE: Deathtrap 03:30AM Green Acres 04:00AM Hard Copy 04:30AM Paid Programming WKBD-TV UPN50 05:00AM The Jeffersons 05:30AM News 06:00AM TaleSpin 06:30AM Darkwing Duck 07:00AM Mighty Max 07:30AM Bobby's World 08:00AM Dennis the Menace 08:30AM The Pink Panther 09:00AM Paid Programming 09:30AM Bewitched 10:00AM Who's the Boss? 10:30AM Empty Nest 11:00AM Marilu 12:00PM Family Feud 12:30PM Charles Perez 01:30PM Ricki Lake 02:30PM Johnson (incomplete title) 03:00PM Tiny Toon Adventures 03:30PM Taz-Mania 04:00PM Animaniacs 04:30PM Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers 05:00PM Fresh Prince of Bel-Air 05:30PM Fresh Prince of Bel-Air 06:00PM Roseanne 06:30PM Golden Girls 07:00PM The Simpsons 07:30PM NHL Hockey: Detroit Red Wings vs. San Jose Sharks 10:00PM News 10:30PM Sports Xtra 11:00PM M*A*S*H 11:30PM Murphy Brown 12:00AM Star Trek: The Next Generation 01:00AM Coach 01:30AM Empty Nest 02:00AM Paid Programming 02:30AM Paid Programming 03:00AM Charles Perez 04:00AM Head of the Class 04:30AM Paid Programming WGPR-TV CBS62 06:00AM A Current Affair 06:30AM CBS News 07:00AM This Morning 09:00AM Knight Rider 10:00AM Guiding Light 11:00AM The Price is Right 12:00PM Shop 'til You Drop 12:30PM Young & the Restless 01:30PM Bold & the Beautiful 02:00PM As the World Turns 03:00PM Night Heat 04:00PM Rescue 911 04:30PM Rescue 911 05:00PM Richard Bey 06:00PM A Current Affair 06:30PM CBS News 07:00PM 21 Jump Street 08:00PM Due South 09:00PM Eye to Eye 10:00PM 48 Hours 11:00PM Late Show with David Letterman 12:00AM A Current Affair 12:30AM Late Late Show with Tom Snyder 01:30AM The Twilight Zone 02:00AM Jane Whitney 03:00AM Up to the Minute Retro: Central Pennsylvania Wed, Dec 7, 1966 from TV Guide-Central Pennsylvania edition KYW 3-NBC Philadelphia 5:55 Farm & Market News 6:00 News 6:30 On Stage: The Actor's Art "Vocal Projection" 6:35 Farm & Garden 6:45 News 7:00 Today (c/guests the One and Two-Thirds (musical comedy), Fred J. Cook (who wrote a book on crime syndicates), and Scotland Yard Commissioner Sir George Simpson) 9:00 Contact (guest Josette Frank of the Child Study Association of NY on teaching kids to read, host Tom Snyder) 9:55 News (Lou Davis) 10:00 Eye Guess (c) 10:25 NBC News (c) 10:30 Concentration (c) 11:00 Pat Boone (c/guests Shelley Berman and Julian Lee) 11:30 Hollywood Squares (c) noon News/Weather/Sports 12:30 Mike Douglas (co-host Edie Adams) 2:00 Days of Our Lives (c) 2:30 Doctors (c) 3:00 Another World (c) 3:30 You Don't Say! (c) 4:00 Match Game (c) 4:25 NBC News (c) 4:30 Merv Griffin 6:00 News 6:30 NBC News (c) 7:00 Zorro "The Flaming Arrow" 7:30 Hallmark Hall of Fame "Blithe Spirit" (c/pre-empts Virginian) 9:00 Bob Hope "Storm Crossing" (c) 10:00 I Spy (c) 11:00 News 11:30 Tonight Show (c) 1:00 News WFIL 6-ABC Philadelphia 6:05 News (Wes Sarginson) 6:15 RFD #6 6:30 Cartoon Carnival (c) 7:00 Wordland Workshop 7:30 Cartoon Circus (c) 9:00 Girl Talk 9:45 Schoolhouse (c) 10:00 Ben Casey (listed as the same one that aired at 1 on 16/27) 11:00 Supermarket Sweep 11:30 Dating Game noon Movie "The Falcon in San Francisco" 1:30 Television Kitchen (c/Florence P. Hanford cooks Christmas dinner) 2:00 Newlywed Game 2:30 A Time for Us 2:55 ABC News 3:00 General Hospital 3:30 Nurses 4:00 Popeye Theater (c) 5:30 Movie "King of the Vikings" (c) 7:00 News/Weather/Sports (c) 7:15 ABC News 7:30 Batman "The Penguin's Nest" (c/pt 1) 8:00 Saga of Western Man "Christ is Born" (c/re-enactment of the Nativity filmed in the Holy Land; pre-empts Monroes) 9:00 Bridgehampton '66 (c/Bridgehampton Grand Prix auto race highlights, taped in September) 9:30 Peyton Place (c) 10:00 ABC Stage 67 "On the Flip Side" (c/Ricky Nelson plays a fading rocker in dire need of a musical reboot) 11:00 News/Sports/Weather (c) 11:30 Movie "Cleo from 5 to 7" 1:10 Peter Gunn "Protection" WGAL 8-NBC Lancaster 7:00 Today (c) 9:00 Mike Douglas 10:00 Eye Guess (c) 10:25 NBC News (c) 10:30 Concentration (c) 11:00 Pat Boone (c) 11:30 Hollywood Squares (c) noon Noonday on 8 (c) 12:30 Swingin' Country (c/guest Bobby Vee) 12:55 NBC News (c) 1:00 Merv Griffin 1:30 Let's Make a Deal (c) 1:55 News 2:00 Days of Our Lives (c) 2:30 Doctors (c) 3:00 Another World (c) 3:30 You Don't Say! (c) 4:00 Match Game (c) 4:25 NBC News (c) 4:30 Mister Ed "Missing Statue" 5:00 Huckleberry Hound (c) 5:30 Littlest Hobo "Hold Back the Stork" 6:00 News/Weather/Sports (c) 6:30 NBC News (c) 7:00 McHale's Navy "Three Girls on an Island" 7:30 Hallmark Hall of Fame "Blythe Spirit" (c) 9:00 Bob Hope "Storm Crossing" (c) 10:00 I Spy (c) 11:00 News/Weather/Sports (c) 11:30 Tonight Show (c) 1:00 News WCAU 10-CBS Philadelphia 5:45 Sunrise Semester 6:15 History of the Theater 6:45 Bill Bennett's Almanac "Rutgers Newsreel" 7:00 News 7:05 CBS News (c) 7:30 Gene London 8:00 Captain Kangaroo 9:00 Pixanne (c) 9:30 Dennis the Menace "Woodman, Spare That Tree" 10:00 Candid Camera 10:30 Beverly Hillbillies 11:00 Andy Griffith 11:30 Dick Van Dyke noon Love of Life 12:25 CBS News (c) 12:30 Search for Tomorrow 12:45 Guiding Light 1:00 Leave It to Beaver 1:25 News (c/Rogers) 1:30 As the World Turns 2:00 Password (c) 2:30 House Party (c/concluding a show featuring women prominent in foreign TV) 3:00 To Tell the Truth 3:25 CBS News (c) 3:30 Edge of Night 4:00 Secret Storm 4:30 Movie "The Princess and the Pirate" (c) 6:00 News/Weather/Sports (c) 7:00 CBS News (c) 7:30 Lost in Space "A Visit to Hades" (c) 8:30 Beverly Hillbillies (c) 9:00 Frank Sinatra: A Man & His Music-Part II (c/Ol' Blue Eyes is joined by daughter Nancy, Nelson Riddle, and Gordon Jenkins) 10:00 Danny Kaye (c/guests Shirley Jones, Victoria Meyerink, and Segio Mendes & Brasil '66) 11:00 News/Sports/Weather (c) 11:25 Movie "The Fighting Seebees" 1:20 Movie "Sword of Venus" 2:45 News Keystone Network: WLYH 15-Lancaster/Lebanon, WHP 21-Harrisburg, WSBA 43-York (CBS) 6:00 (21) Town & Country 6:30 (15-21) Sunrise Semester 7:00 (15-21) News 7:05 (15-21) CBS News (c) 7:30 (15-21) Cartoons (c) 8:00 Captain Kangaroo 9:00 (15) Bob Keller 9:00 (21) Roundtable (John Price) 9:00 (43) Breakfast Club 9:30 (21) Jack LaLanne 9:30 (43) Farm, Home & Garden 10:00 Candid Camera 10:30 Beverly Hillbillies 11:00 Andy Griffith 11:30 Dick Van Dyke noon Love of Life 12:25 CBS News (c) 12:30 Search for Tomorrow 12:45 Guiding Light 1:00 Girl Talk (guests Vivian Vance, Jane Kean, and Kathryn Murray) 1:30 As the World Turns 2:00 Password (c) 2:30 House Party (c) 3:00 To Tell the Truth (c) 3:25 CBS News (c) 3:30 Edge of Night 4:00 Secret Storm 4:30 Hopalong Cassidy 5:30 Santa Claus 6:00 News 6:30 CBS News (c) 7:00 Rifleman "The Princess" 7:30 Lost in Space "A Visit to Hades" (c) 8:30 Beverly Hillbillies (c) 9:00 Frank Sinatra: A Man & His Music-Part II (c) 10:00 Danny Kaye (c) 11:00 News 11:30 Bill Veeck mid. Movie "Footsteps in the Dark" WNEP 16-ABC Scranton 8:00 Hatchy Milatchy 9:00 Where the Action is (guests J.J. Jackson and Johnny Tillotson) 9:30 Dialing for Dollars 10:00 Nurses 10:30 Dark Shadows 11:00 Supermarket Sweep 11:30 Dating Game noon Donna Reed 12:30 Father Knows Best 1:00 Ben Casey 2:00 Newlywed Game 2:30 A Time for Us 2:55 ABC News 3:00 General Hospital 3:30 Mike Douglas (guests Joan Rivers, the Platters, champion skiier Karl Schranz, and astronomer I.M. Levitt) 5:00 Santa Claus 5:15 Cartoon Carousel (c) 5:30 Huckleberry Hound (c) 6:00 News 6:15 ABC News 6:30 Night at the Races (c) 7:00 Rifleman "Death Never Rides Alone" 7:30 Batman "The Penguin's Nest" (c/pt 1) 8:00 Saga of Western Man "Christ is Born" (c) 9:00 Movie "Alcatraz Express" 11:00 News 11:30 Movie "Girls in Prison" WDAU 22-CBS Scranton 5:45 Sunrise Semester 6:15 History of the Theater 6:45 Bill Bennett's Almanac "Rutgers Newsreel" 7:00 Community Calendar 7:05 CBS News (c; 50 min) 7:55 Community Calendar 8:00 Captain Kangaroo 9:00 Dennis the Menace "Dennis Goes to the Movies" 9:30 Nancy Dolphin 10:00 Candid Camera 10:30 Beverly Hillbillies 11:00 Andy Griffith 11:30 Dick Van Dyke noon Love of Life 12:25 CBS News (c) 12:30 Search for Tomorrow 12:45 Guiding Light 1:00 Alfred Hitchcock "The Gloating Place" 1:30 As the World Turns 2:00 Password (c) 2:30 House Party (c) 3:00 To Tell the Truth 3:25 CBS News (c) 3:30 Edge of Night 4:00 Secret Storm 4:30 Merv Griffin (guests Rossano Brazzi, Henry Morgan, London Lee, Linda Bennett, Baby Jane Holzer, and Beverly Hecht) 6:00 Have Gun-Will Travel 6:30 CBS News (c) 7:00 News/Weather 7:30 Lost in Space "A Visit to Hades" (c) 8:30 Beverly Hillbillies (c) 9:00 Frank Sinatra: A Man & His Music-Part II (c) 10:00 Danny Kaye (c) 11:00 News 11:35 Movie "The Immortal Sergeant" 1:10 News (Bill White) 1:15 Movie "Tarawa Beachhead" WTPA 27-ABC Harrisburg 7:55 Bulletin Board 8:00 Caravan (c) 8:30 Fun Fair 8:45 King Leonardo 9:00 Romper Room (Marcia Kaplan) 9:30 Movie "Sky Full of Moon" 11:00 Supermarket Sweep 11:30 Dating Game noon Donna Reed 12:30 Father Knows Best 1:00 Ben Casey 2:00 Newlywed Game 2:30 A Time for Us 2:55 ABC News 3:00 General Hospital 3:30 Nurses 4:00 Dark Shadows 4:30 Where the Action is (guests Tommy Roe and Tina Mason) 5:00 Cartoon Time 6:00 ABC News 6:15 News/Sports 6:30 Movie "Dreamboat" (conclusion) 7:30 Batman "The Penguin's Nest" (c/pt 1) 8:00 Saga of Western Man "Christ is Born" (c) 9:00 Man Who Never Was 9:30 Peyton Place (c) 10:00 ABC Stage 67 "On the Flip Side" (c) 11:00 News 11:30 Movie (re-run of the morning movie) WBRE 28-NBC Wilkes-Barre 7:00 Today (c) 9:00 Sea Hunt 9:30 Bat Masterson 10:00 Eye Guess (c) 10:25 NBC News (c) 10:30 Concentration (c) 11:00 Pat Boone (c) 11:30 Hollywood Squares (c) noon Jeopardy! (c) 12:30 Swingin' Country (c) 12:55 NBC News (c) 1:00 Highway Patrol 1:30 Let's Make a Deal (c) 1:55 NBC News (c) 2:00 Days of Our Lives (c) 2:30 Doctors (c) 3:00 Another World (c) 3:30 You Don't Say! (c) 4:00 Match Game (c) 4:25 NBC News (c) 4:30 Sea Hunt 5:00 Bachelor Father 5:30 Leave It to Beaver "Wally's Chauffeur" 6:00 News/Weather/Sports (c) 6:30 NBC News (c) 7:00 McHale's Navy 7:30 Hallmark Hall of Fame "Blithe Spirit" (c) 9:00 Bob Hope "Storm Crossing" (c) 10:00 I Spy (c) 11:00 News/Sports/Weather (c) 11:15 Tonight Show (c) Anyone who can answer, did Floyd Kalber or Nancy Dickerson anchor the NBC News updates at 10:25 and 4:25? I vaguely remember them doing so. (A few years ago, I did watch online an old WMAQ 10:00p CT newscast of Kalber's. I assume Kalber did his updates on the network from Chicago. Did Dickerson?) As of December 1966, the five-minute NBC News updates in the daytime were anchored by the following: 10:25 A.M. - Sander Vanocur (in color) 12:55 P.M. - Edwin Newman (presumably in B&W, if TV Guide is of any indication; preempted in Philadelphia due to KYW's airing The Mike Douglas Show from 12:30-2 P.M.) 1:55 P.M. - Nancy Dickerson (in color; likewise preempted in Philly because of Douglas) 4:25 P.M. - Floyd Kalber (in color, indeed from Chicago) By 1967-68, the 1:55 P.M. edition was ixnayed and Ms. Dickerson replaced Mr. Vanocur on the 10:25 A.M. 'cast, where she would remain up to her departure from the network in 1970. Oh, and what was called "ABC News" at 2:55 P.M. on WFIL was actually News with the Woman's Touch, sponsored by Purex and anchored by Marlene Sanders. Retro: Vermont Sun, Dec 7, 1958 from Vermont Video Guide 2 CBFT Montreal 3 WCAX Burlington 5 WPTZ Plattsburgh 6 WRGB Schenectady 6* CBMT Montreal 7 CHLT Sherbrooke 8 WMTW Mount Washington (Poland Spring) 10 WTEN Albany Morning 8:25 10 Inspiration 8:26 10 News/Weather 8:30 6 Big Picture 10 The Way 9:00 6 Through the Porthole 10 Living Word 9:15 6-10 Sacred Heart 9:30 6 Faith for Today 10 Rosary 9:45 10 Catholic News 10:00 2 Messe 3-10 Lamp Unto My Feet 6 Church in the Home 10:30 3-10 Look Up & Live 6 This is the Life 8 Christophers 11:00 2 L'Eglise vivante 3 This is the Life "The Sin of Sue Bradley" 6 Christophers 8 Sermons from Science 10 UN in Action 11:30 2 Il etait une fois 3 American Jew 6 Frontiers of Faith 8 Channel 8 Theatre "Behind the Rising Sun" 10 Camera Three 11:55 10 CBS News Afternoon noon 2 Vacances d'une camera 6 Highway Holiday 10 It's Our Town 12:15 6* UN Review 12:30 2 Opinions 3 Face the Nation 6 Lone Ranger "Silent Voice" 6* Good Life Theater 10 Jamboree 1:00 2-7 Les travaux et les jours 3 Christian Science 6 Area Bowling Champions 8 Oral Roberts 10 Popeye 1:15 3-10 Football Preview 1:30 2 Le Telejournal 3-10 NFL: New York-Detroit 6* Country Calendar 7 Invitation au voyage 8 Colby Telecourse 1:33 2 Victoires sur mer (Victory at Sea) 1:45 5 Film Feature 2:00 2-7 Kim 5 Oral Roberts "Fear, Resentment, Doubt & Shock"\ 6 Rin Tin Tin "Accusation" 6* Junior Magazine 8 Sunday Showtime "Battle Taxi" 2:30 2 Connaissance du monde 5-6 NBA: Philadelphia-Cincinnati 7 Chansons des Prairies 3:00 2 Cinepanorama 6* Citizen's Forum 7 Tout connaitre 3:30 6* Heritage 7 Chasse au crime 8 Roller Derby 4:00 2-7 L'heure des quilles (bowling) 6* 20th Century 4:30 3-10 Post Game Review 6* Lassie 8 Jet Jackson 4:45 3-10 CBS News 5:00 2 Le roman de la science 3-10 Day Called X 5 Film Feature 6 Kingdom of the Sea 6* News Magazine 7 Theatre du dimanche 8 Farmer Al Falfa 5:30 2-7 Ivanhoe 3-10 Original Amateur Hour 6 Whirlybirds 6* Candid Eye 8 Lone Ranger Evening 6:00 2 Camera '58 3-10 Small World 5 This is Your Life 6 Meet the Press 6* Bob Cummings 7 Disneyland 8 Bengal Lancers "The Relentless Man" 6:27 2 Nouvelles sportives 6:30 2 Le comte de Monte-Cristo 3-10 20th Century "The Addicted" (pt 2 of an episode about drug addiction) 5 Lawman "The Intruders" 6 Farm Newsreel 6* Father Knows Best 8 Command Performance "Walking John Stopped Here" 6:45 6 WRGB Reporter 6:55 6 Weather Man 7:00 2 Temps present 3 State Trooper "The Clever Man" 5 Patti Page (guest Ernie Kovacs) 6 Parade of Fashion 6* December Bride 7 Questions indiscretes 8 You Asked for It (Jack Smith places a wreath on the Pearl Harbor grave at the National Cemetery of the Pacific in Honolulu; Eskimos catching wild reindeer in Alaska; Belgium's Balakine Troop of hoop gymnasts; a visit to Hammond, IN which was the first place to arrest speeders via aerial patrols) 10 Lassie 7:30 2-7 La cle des champs 3-10 Bachelor Father 5 Steve Canyon 6 Northwest Passage "The Traitor" 6* Showtime 8 Maverick "Prey of the Cat" 8:00 2-7 Music-Hall 3-6*-10 Ed Sullivan 5-6 Steve Allen 8:30 8 Lawman "The Intruders" 9:00 2-7 Faites vos jeux 3-10 GE Theater "The Last Rodeo" 5-6 Chevy Show 6* World's Stage 8 Cinema 8 "Citizen Kane" 9:30 2-7 Mantovani 3-10 Alfred Hitchcock Presents 6* GM Theatre 10:00 2 Les jeunes auteurs 3-10 Keep Talking 5-6 Loretta Young "The Happy Widow" 7 En premiere 10:30 3-10 What's My Line? 5 Rough Riders "Killers at Choctaw Valley" 6 Decoy 6* Fighting Words 8 TBA 11:00 2-7 Le Telejournal 3 Sunday Special News 6 News Final 6* CBC News 10 News/Weather 11:05 10 Late Show 11:10 2-7 Sport-eclair 6 Weather Man 6* Weekend in Sports 11:15 6 Cinemasix 6* This Week 11:30 2 Le cinema et ses vedettes 7 Cinema 11:40 6* Feature Film Late Night 12:45 6 This Morning's Headlines Retro: Atlanta/Chattanooga/Macon Tuesday, December 5, 1972 From TV Guide, Georgia (Atlanta) Edition: WSB Ch. 2 Atlanta (NBC) 6:15 Town And Country 6:20 Farm News 6:25 Pattern For Living 6:55 Earl Nightingale 7 AM Today (report on the flight of Apollo 17, Ann Miller discusses her autobiography "Miller's High Life," preview of tonight's "First Tuesday": profile of Baron and Baroness Phillippe de Rothschild) 9 AM Today In Georgia (guests include Sarah Churchill with some of the Churchill silver; actor Don Murray, discussing "Confessions Of Tom Harris") 9:55 Earl Nightingale 10 AM Dinah's Place (Florence Henderson discusses Christmas and Hanukkah) 10:30 Concentration 11 AM Sale Of The Century 11:30 Hollywood Squares (John Davidson, Nanette Fabray, Marilyn Michaels, Jan Murray, Vincent Price, Della Reese, Don Rickles) 12 N News 12:30 Merv Griffin (William Holden, Martin Rackin (producer of "Hud"), Dom DeLuise, singers Lola Falana and Chip Hand) 2 PM Days Of Our Lives 2:30 The Doctors 3 PM Another World 3:30 Return To Peyton Place 4 PM Somerset 4:30 Truth Or Consequences 5 PM Perry Mason 6 PM News 7 PM NBC News (John Chancellor) 7:30 Wild Kingdom 8 PM Bonanza (guest: Jack Albertson) 9 PM The Bold Ones (psychosurgery is the subject of two dramas: Ross Martin as a patient given to uncontrollable fits of violence; Milton Berle as a psychiatrist convinced that surgery to correct his condition would be criminal) 10 PM First Tuesday (profile of the Baron and Baroness Phillippe de Rothschild; what it's like to infiltrate the Mafia; the unhealthy state of emergency medical services in the U.S.) 11 PM News 11:30 Tonight Show (guest: Mac Davis) 1 AM Earl Nightingale 1:05 News WRCB Ch. 3 Chattanooga (NBC) 7 AM Today 9 AM Mayberry R.F.D. 9:30 I Dream Of Jeannie 10 AM Dinah's Place 10:30 Concentration 11 AM Sale Of The Century 11:30 Hollywood Squares 12 N Jeopardy! 12:30 Who, What Or Where 12:55 NBC News (Floyd Kalber) 1 PM Merry-Go-Round 1:20 Lucille Rivers (sewing) 1:30 Three On A Match 2 PM Days Of Our Lives 2:30 The Doctors 3 PM Another World 3:30 Return To Peyton Place 4 PM Somerset 4:30 Movie: "The Badlanders" 6 PM News 6:30 World Evangelism Special (Dr. Jack McAlister, president of the World Literature Crusade, hosts a program about the Crusade's work around the world. "Truth Or Consequences," "Hollywood Squares," and all NBC programming airing between 6:30 and 11:30 are pre-empted.) 11:30 News 12 M Tonight Show (joined in progress) WAGA Ch. 5 Atlanta (CBS) 6 AM Sunrise Semester: "Law And Morality" 6:30 University Of Michigan 7 AM CBS News (John Hart) 9 AM Phil Donahue (guest: Mickey Rooney) 10 AM Joker's Wild 10:30 Price Is Right 11 AM Gambit 11:30 Love Of Life 12 N News 12:30 Search For Tomorrow 1 PM It's Your Bet 1:30 As The World Turns 2 PM Guiding Light 2:30 Edge Of Night 3 PM Love Is A Many Splendored Thing 3:30 Secret Storm 4 PM Virginian 5:30 I Dream Of Jeannie 6 PM News 6:30 CBS News (Walter Cronkite) 7 PM News 7:30 Wait Till Your Father Gets Home 8 PM Maude 8:30 Hawaii Five-O 9:30 CBS Movie: "A War Of Children" (drama set against the background of the religious conflict in Northern Ireland) 11 PM News 11:30 CBS Movie: "The Brotherhood Of The Bell" WGTV Ch. 8 Athens/Atlanta (PBS) In-school programs until 4 PM Sesame Street 5 PM Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 5:30 Electric Company 6 PM Sesame Street 7 PM TV High School 7:30 Firing Line (George McGovern's campaign finance director Robert Strauss discusses whether political financing should be limited to Presidential elections.) 8:30 Pre-Legislative Forum (preview of the 1973 Georgia legislature; topic is no-fault insurance) 9:30 Inside Atlanta 10 PM Safari sign off 11 PM WTVC Ch. 9 Chattanooga (ABC) 7 AM Country Music 7:30 New Zoo Revue 8 AM Funtime 9 AM News 9:30 Virginian 11 AM Not For Women Only 11:30 Bewitched 12 N Password (Elizabeth Montgomery, Bert Convy) 12:30 Split Second 1 PM All My Children 1:30 Let's Make A Deal 2 PM Newlywed Game 2:30 Dating Game 3 PM General Hospital 3:30 One Life To Live 4 PM Love, American Style (guests: Mel Torme, Mort Sahl, Joyce Van Patten) 4:30 Green Acres 5 PM Ponderosa ("Bonanza" reruns) 6 PM News 6:30 ABC News (Howard K. Smith/Harry Reasoner) 7 PM Lawrence Welk (a program of country music) 8 PM Temperatures Rising 8:30 ABC Movie: "The Couple Takes A Wife" (a romantic triangle develops when a couple hires a domestic, with Bill Bixby, Paula Prentiss, and Valerie Perrine) 10 PM Marcus Welby, M.D. 11 PM News 11:30 Madhouse 90 (first of two: performers include Teresa Graves, J.J. Barry, Michael Bell, Tom Dever, Kay Dingle, Laura Lacey, Pat Proft, Frank Welker, and Fred Willard; Monty Hall and Jack Cassidy do a classic burlesque routine--ABC was previewing "Wide World Of Entertainment" this week, so Dick Cavett was pre-empted) WQXI (WXIA) Ch. 11 Atlanta (ABC) 7 AM Cartoon Club 8:30 My Favorite Martian 9 AM Hazel 9:30 Dick Van Dyke 10 AM Courtship Of Eddie's Father 10:30 Love, American Style (guests: Jessica Walter, Rich Little, Bill Bixby, week-behind) 11 AM Password (Elizabeth Montgomery, Bert Convy, day-behind) 11:30 Bewitched 12 N News 12:20 Lucille Rivers 12:30 Split Second 1 PM All My Children 1:30 Let's Make A Deal 2 PM Newlywed Game 2:30 Dating Game 3 PM General Hospital 3:30 Movie: "The George Raft Story" 5 PM Ponderosa 6 PM News 6:30 ABC News 7 PM What's My Line? (Arlene Francis, Helen O'Connell, Gene Rayburn, Soupy Sales) 7:30 To Tell The Truth (Kitty Carlisle, Peggy Cass, Bill Cullen, Tom Kennedy) 8 PM Norm Van Brocklin (the Falcons' coach analyzes Sunday's game with Houston--"Temperatures Rising" airs Sundays at 4 PM) 8:30 ABC Movie: "The Couple Takes A Wife" 10 PM Marcus Welby, M.D. 11 PM News 11:40 Movie: "Station Six--Sahara" 1 AM News WDEF Ch. 12 Chattanooga (CBS) 6:25 Sunrise Semester 6:55 Farm Report 7 AM CBS News 7:30 Morning Show 8:30 Romper Room 9 AM Captain Kangaroo 10 AM Joker's Wild 10:30 Price Is Right 11 AM Gambit 11:30 Love Of Life 12 N News 12:20 Paul Harvey 12:25 CBS News (Douglas Edwards) 12:30 Search For Tomorrow 1 PM Beat The Clock 1:30 As The World Turns 2 PM Guiding Light 2:30 Edge Of Night 3 PM Love Is A Many Splendored Thing 3:30 Secret Storm 4 PM Family Affair 4:30 Merv Griffin (Frank Gorshin, Sheila MacRae, Mimi Hines, British singer Dorothy Squire) 6 PM News 6:30 CBS News 7 PM Dragnet 7:30 To Tell The Truth (Kitty Carlisle, Peggy Cass, Bill Cullen, Gene Rayburn) 8 PM Maude 8:30 Hawaii Five-O 9:30 CBS Movie: "A War Of Children" 11 PM News 11:30 CBS Movie: "The Brotherhood Of The Bell" WMAZ Ch. 13 Macon (CBS/ABC) 6:50 News 7 AM CBS News 8 AM Captain Kangaroo 9 AM Let's Talk It Over 9:30 General Hospital 10 AM Joker's Wild 10:30 Price Is Right 11 AM Gambit 11:30 Love Of Life 12 N Where The Heart Is 12:25 CBS News 12:30 Search For Tomorrow 1 PM Almanac 1:15 Date With Del 1:30 As The World Turns 2 PM Guiding Light 2:30 Edge Of Night 3 PM Love Is A Many Splendored Thing 3:30 Secret Storm 4 PM Family Affair 4:30 Ponderosa 5:30 To Tell The Truth (Bill Cullen subs for Garry Moore; panelists are Kitty Carlisle, Peggy Cass, Keir Dullea, Gene Rayburn) 6 PM News 6:30 CBS News 7 PM Truth Or Consequences 7:30 Odd Couple (the classic episode where Felix and Oscar appear together on "Password"--delay from the previous Friday) 8 PM Maude 8:30 Hawaii Five-O 9:30 CBS Movie: "A War Of Children" 11 PM News 11:30 CBS Movie: "The Brotherhood Of The Bell" WDCO Ch. 15 (WMUM Ch. 29) Cochran/ WCLP (WNGH) Ch. 18 Chatsworth (PBS) 8:30 What's New 9 AM Electric Company 9:30 In-school programs 4 PM Sesame Street 5 PM Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 5:30 Electric Company 6 PM Sesame Street 7 PM TV High School 7:30 Sound Of Youth 8 PM Family Game (not the Bob Barker game show, but a discussion program: tonight's show uses psychodrama to examine gender roles and inequalities in marriage) 8:30 Pre-Legislative Forum 9:30 Black Journal (two black theater productions: an all-black version of "Who's Afraid Of Virginia Woolf?", and "Revival," a play that looks at the culture of Harlem) 10 PM Southern Perspective WTCG (WPCH) Ch. 17 Atlanta (Ind.) 7 AM Little Rascals 8 AM Banana Splits 8:30 Magic Funnies 9 AM New Zoo Revue 9:30 Romper Room 10 AM Cartoon Carnival 10:30 Jack LaLanne 11 AM Galloping Gourmet 11:30 Mike Douglas (co-hostess Pearl Bailey; David Frost, Gloria Steinem, the cast of "Don't Bother Me, I Can't Cope") 1 PM Movie: "An Alligator Named Daisy" 3 PM Banana Splits 3:30 Flintstones 4 PM Leave It To Beaver 4:30 Petticoat Junction 5 PM Andy Griffith 5:30 Get Smart 6 PM Star Trek 7 PM Rifleman 7:30 Andy Griffith 8 PM Movie: "The Bullfighters" (Laurel and Hardy were past their prime when they made this one in '45.) 9:30 Wacky World Of Jonathan Winters 10 PM Golddiggers 10:30 Rollin' 11 PM Avengers 12 M Movie: "Take Me To Town" WETV (WPBA) Ch. 30 Atlanta (PBS) 10 AM Sesame Street 11 AM In-school programs 2:30 Electric Company 3 PM In-school programs 4 PM Sesame Street 5 PM Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 5:30 Electric Company 6 PM Zoom 6:30 Nine To Get Ready (a prenatal class for parents) 7 PM Here And Now (students from James Riley Elementary School present "The Wizard Of Oz") 7:30 Other Peoples, Other Viewpoints (Igor Gourine, of the French public-TV network, who has included Atlanta in a film made for French TV) 8 PM Family Game 8:30 Bill Moyers' Journal (the power struggle within the United Mine Workers, including the murder of Joseph Yablonsky) 9 PM Behind The Lines 9:30 Hollywood Television Theatre ("The Shadow Of A Gunman" by Sean O'Casey and set against the Irish rebellion of the 1920s) sign off 11 PM WCWB (WMGT) Ch. 41 Macon (NBC) 7 AM Today 9 AM Romper Room 9:30 Not For Women Only (topic: acupuncture) 10 AM Dinah's Place 10:30 Concentration 11 AM Sale Of The Century 11:30 Hollywood Squares 12 N Jeopardy! 12:30 Who, What Or Where 12:55 NBC News 1 PM News 1:10 Woman's World 1:30 Three On A Match 2 PM Days Of Our Lives 2:30 The Doctors 3 PM Another World 3:30 Return To Peyton Place 4 PM Somerset 4:30 Movie: "I Saw What You Did" 6:30 NBC News 7 PM Real McCoys 7:30 Felony Squad 8 PM Bonanza 9 PM The Bold Ones 10 PM First Tuesday 11 PM Western Star Theatre 11:30 Tonight Show WTCI Ch. 45 Chattanooga (PBS) 8:30 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 9 AM In-school programs 10 AM Sesame Street 11 AM Electric Company 11:30 In-school programs 5 PM Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 5:30 Electric Company 6 PM Sesame Street 7 PM Hodgepodge Lodge 7:30 Improving Your Math 8 PM Saving Game 8:30 Bill Moyers' Journal 9 PM Behind The Lines 9:30 Aesthetic Venture 10 PM Math 1110 WHAE (WGCL) Ch. 46 Atlanta (Ind.) 3:30 This Is The Life 4 PM Insight 4:30 Fury 5 PM Davey And Goliath 5:30 Dennis The Menace 6 PM Jim And Tammy 7 PM Of Lands And Seas 8 PM Warren Roberts 9 PM 700 Club sign off 11 PM WRIP (WDSI) Ch. 61 Chattanooga (Ind.) 10:30 Prayer In Praise 12 N Movie: "Too Many Husbands" (Jean Arthur as a widow--she thinks--who gets married just before her first husband, presumed drowned, turns up.) 1:35 Movie: "Twentieth Century" (John Barrymore is a struggling theatrical producer; Carole Lombard is the protege who won't come back to work for him.) 3:15 Cartoon Carnival 4 PM Movie: "The Blackwell Story" (the story of Elizabeth Blackwell's attempt to become a doctor) 6 PM Movie: "The Heat's On" (Mae West stars, from '43) 8 PM Movie: "Too Many Husbands" 10 PM Movie: "Twentieth Century" 11:30 Movie: "The Blackwell Story" Apologies: I left out "Captain Kangaroo" from 8-9 AM on Ch. 5; the "CBS Morning News" was only one hour then. The Captain aired at 8 AM on 5 and 13; 9 AM on 12 (seemingly a common practice on Park-owned CBS affiliates since WTVR Richmond and WNCT Greenville/ New Bern/Washington, NC, did the same thing). Ch. 5 did begin carrying the Captain on a day-behind at 6:30 AM in the fall of '73; that lasted about a year and a half to two years. By the time CBS cut him to 30 minutes, Ch. 5 had dropped him completely. Ch. 5 did begin carrying the Captain on a day-behind at 6:30 AM in the fall of '73; that lasted about a year and a half to two years. By the time CBS cut him to 30 minutes, Ch. 5 had dropped him completely. I think when that happened, WANX picked up The Captain and aired the show on a day-delay, later in the morning (9AM, I think). Right on all three counts. Channel 46 did air the Captain on a day-behind at 9 AM. Retro: Louisville Monday, December 4, 1961 From the Courier-Journal. Sorry, I don't have the Kentucky TV Guide for that week so no Lexington or Cincinnati listings. WAVE Ch. 3 (NBC) 6:30 Continental Classroom (topic not given, COLOR) 7 AM Today 9 AM Magic Forest 9:25 Kukla And Ollie (delay from 5 PM) 9:30 Morning Show 10 AM Say When! 10:30 Play Your Hunch (COLOR) 11 AM Price Is Right (COLOR) 11:30 Concentration 12 N Truth Or Consequences 12:30 It Could Be You (COLOR) 1 PM Dialing For Drama (reruns of an unnamed drama series, with "Dialing For Dollars") 2 PM Jan Murray (COLOR) 2:30 Loretta Young 3 PM Young Dr. Malone 3:30 From These Roots 4 PM Make Room For Daddy 4:30 Movie: "Fighting Coast Guard" (pre-empts "Here's Hollywood") 6 PM Deputy Dawg 6:30 News, Weather 6:45 Huntley-Brinkley Report 7 PM Waterfront 7:30 David Niven (NBC gave Mondays at 7:30 back to the affiliates that season) 8 PM Japan (COLOR, pre-empts "National Velvet" and "The Price Is Right") 9 PM 87th Precinct 10 PM Thriller (Boris Karloff) 11 PM News, Weather, Sports 11:20 Jack Paar (COLOR, I think this was the correct time on Ch. 3 even though he came on NBC at 11:15) WHAS Ch. 11 (CBS) 7 AM College Of The Air: "Biology" 7:30 Barney Arnold 7:45 Cartoons 8 AM Captain Kangaroo 9 AM T-Bar-V Ranch 9:45 Keep'n Trim 10 AM Calendar (Harry Reasoner) 10:30 Edge Of Night (delay from 4:30 PM, pre-empts "I Love Lucy") 11 AM Video Village 11:30 Your Surprise Package 11:55 CBS News (Harry Reasoner) 12 N Love Of Life 12:30 Search For Tomorrow 12:45 Guiding Light 1 PM Midday Summary 1:15 Secret Storm (delay from 4:15 PM) 1:30 As The World Turns 2 PM Password 2:30 Art Linkletter's House Party 3 PM Millionaire 3:30 Verdict Is Yours 3:55 CBS News (anchor not given) 4 PM Movie: "Invaders From Mars" (pre-empts "Brighter Day" and causes delays for "Secret Storm" and "Edge Of Night") 5:15 Rocky And His Friends 5:30 Popeye 6 PM Focus--News, Weather, Sports 6:30 Small Talk 6:45 Douglas Edwards With The News 7 PM Mrs. G Goes To College (Gertrude Berg as Sarah Green, a thinly-disguised Molly Goldberg, who decides to enter college in late middle age--delay from Wed 9:30, where Broderick Crawford's "King Of Diamonds" airs) 7:30 To Tell The Truth 8 PM Pete & Gladys 8:30 Window On Main Street (the only smudge on Robert Young's TV resume) 9 PM Danny Thomas 9:30 Andy Griffith 10 PM Hennesey 10:30 I've Got A Secret 11 PM News, Weather, Sports 11:25 Movie: "B.F.'s Daughter" WLKY Ch. 32 (ABC) 11 AM The Texan 11:30 Yours For A Song (debut of the daytime version, which has been airing on Tuesday nights since Nov. 14--Bert Parks hosts) 12 N Camouflage 12:30 Make A Face (host Bob Clayton will be working with picture puzzles again: he will host "Concentration" from 1969 to the end of its original run in 1973) 1 PM Day In Court 1:30 Ladies' Day 2 PM Number Please 2:30 Seven Keys 3 PM Queen For A Day 3:30 Who Do You Trust? 4 PM American Bandstand 5 PM Kit Carson 5:30 Boyd Bennett (anyone from Kentucky know who this guy is/was?) 5:45 News, Weather 6 PM ABC News (I don't think Ron Cochran was anchor yet) 6:15 Jimmy Finegan (another I'm not familiar with) 6:30 Riverboat 7:25 Weather 7:30 Cheyenne 8:30 Rifleman 9 PM Surfside 6 10 PM Ben Casey 11 PM ABC News (I think Bill Shadel was anchoring) 11:10 Weather, Sports I'm thinking there are at least three network newscasts missing from these schedules: ABC at 1:25, NBC at 2:25, and ABC's "American Newsstand" at 4:50. To answer my own question, NBC had newscasts at 12:55 with Ray Scherer, and at 4:55 with Sander Vanocur (the latter pre-empted on Ch. 3); ABC at 1:25 with Alex Dreier. Charles Collingwood anchored CBS's 3:55 newscast; Douglas Edwards would take over this when Walter Cronkite replaced him on the evening news in the spring of '62. "American Newsstand" also aired on ABC from 4:50-5 PM. Retro: Eastern Washington/Northern Idaho Tues, Dec 5, 1967 from TV Guide-Eastern Washington State edition KREM 2-ABC Spokane 7:30 Living (Dilworth) 7:45 Background Agriculture 8:00 Cap'n Cy (c) 8:30 Dark Shadows 9:00 General Hospital 9:30 Dream Girl 9:55 Tic Tac 2 (c) 10:00 Newlywed Game 10:30 Dating Game 11:00 Temptation (c) 11:25 Children's Doctor (c) 11:30 How's Your Mother-in-Law? (c) noon EVerybody's Talking 12:30 Donna Reed 1:00 Fugitive 2:00 Movie "Arabian Nights" 3:30 Cap'n Cy (c) 4:00 Dating Game (c) 4:30 Of Lands & Seas (c/African trapper Don Hunt narrates films of an African safari) 5:30 News (c/Ivan Smith) 6:00 ABC News (c) 6:30 Rawhide "The Black Ace" 7:30 Garrison's Gorillas (c) 8:30 Invaders (c) 9:30 NYPD "Joshua Fit the Battle of Fulton Street" (c) 10:00 Hollywood Palace (c/Jimmy Durante welcomes Ethel Merma, the Lennon Sisters, the Rocking Grass Roots, Noel Harrison, Larry Bishop (son of Joey), Rob Reiner (in a comedy team with Larry), Milt Kamen, and the Berosini acrobats) 11:00 News (c/John Sandifer) 11:30 Joey Bishop (c/guest Chris Crosby) Cascade TV: KLEW 3-Lewiston, KEPR 19-Pasco, KIMA 29-Yakima (CBS/ABC) 7:55 Program Previews 8:00 Captain Kangaroo (c) 9:00 Candid Camera 9:30 Beverly Hillbillies 10:00 Andy Griffith 10:30 Dick Van Dyke 11:00 Love of Life (c) 11:30 Search for Tomorrow (c) 11:45 Guiding Light (c) noon Everybody's Talking 12:30 As the World Turns (c) 1:00 Love is a Many-Splendored Thing (c) 1:30 House Party (c/guest Edith Head) 2:00 To Tell the Truth (c) 2:25 CBS News (c) 2:30 Edge of Night (c) 3:00 Secret Storm (c) 3:30 Newlywed Game 4:00 Clubhouse 4:30 Mike Douglas (c/guests Don Rickles, ventriloquist Jimmy Nelson, Margie Day, and socialbehavior expert Ruth Douglas Mann; newsbreak airs 5:30-5:35) 6:00 News/Weather 6:30 CBS News (c) 7:00 Second Hundred Years (c) 7:30 Daktari (c) 8:30 Red Skelton (c/guests George Gobel, and the Four Seasons) 9:30 Good Morning World (c) 10:00 National Drivers Test (c/may be spiked by a late-news program) 11:00 News KXLY 4-CBS Spokane 7:00 Farm Reports 7:05 CBS News (c) 7:30 Popeye (c) 8:00 Captain Kangaroo (c) 9:00 Jack LaLanne (c) 9:30 Beverly Hillbillies 10:00 Andy Griffith 10:30 Dick Van Dyke 11:00 Love of Life (c) 11:30 Search for Tomorrow (c) 11:45 Guiding Light (c) noon Dialing for Dollars (c) 12:30 As the World Turns (c) 1:00 Dialing for Dollars (c) 1:30 House Party (c) 2:00 To Tell the Truth (c) 2:25 CBS News (c) 2:30 Edge of Night (c) 3:00 Secret Storm (c) 3:30 Love is a Many-Splendored Thing (c) 4:00 Mike Douglas (c/guests Forrest Tucker, Barbara Rush, Milton DeLugg (former Tonight Show bandleader), and children's book author Roger Bradfield) 5:30 News (c/Bair & Duhnhaver) 6:00 CBS News (c) 6:30 Leave It to Beaver "Beaver's Birthday" 7:00 Truth or Consequences (c) 7:30 Daktari (c) 8:30 Red Skelton (c) 9:30 Good Morning World (c) 10:00 National Drivers Test (c/same note as Cascade) 11:00 News (c/Bair & Dunhaver) 11:30 Movie: TBA KHQ 6-NBC Spokane 7:00 Today (c/guests Ohio Gov. (R) James Rhodes, novelist Rumer Godden, and Harvard prof Robert Rosenthal; Inland Empire Report at 8:10, farm news at 8:20) 9:00 Snap Judgment (c) 9:25 NBC News (c) 9:30 Concentration (c) 10:00 Personality (c) 10:30 Hollywood Squares (c) 11:00 Jeoprady! (c) 11:30 Eye Guess (c) 11:55 News (c/Bob Briley) noon Let's Make a Deal (c) 12:30 Days of Our Lives (c) 1:00 Doctors (c) 1:30 Another World (c) 2:00 Merv Griffin (c/guests Peter Ustinov, Bob Crosby, Aliza Kashi, and Gloria Loring) 3:00 Movie "The Lady Gambles" (Money Man airs during breaks) 4:30 Perry Mason "The Playboy Pugilist" 5:30 I Love Lucy 6:00 NBC News (c) 6:30 News (c/Bob Briley & Ed Sharman) 7:00 McHale's Navy 7:30 I Dream of Jeannie "Jeannie and the Great Bank Robbery" (c) 8:00 Jerry Lewis (c/guests Frank Gorshin, and the McGuire Sisters) 9:00 Movie "Love is a Many-Splendored Thing" (c) 11:00 News (c/Ed Sharman) 11:30 Tonight Show (c) KSPS 7-Edu Spokane 8:10 French for Teachers 8:25 recess 9:00 Classroom: Kindergarten 9:35 Classroom: History 10:10 Classroom: Music 10:30 Classroom: Art 10:45 Classroom: French 11:05 Classroom: Music 11:30 Classroom: Current Events 11:45 recess 12:35 Classroom: French 12:50 recess 1:10 Classroom: Money Management 1:45 Classroom: Science 2:20 Classroom: Literature 2:40 Classroom: Driver Education 3:10 recess 5:30 What's New 6:00 TBA 6:30 TV Kindergarten 7:00 Museum Open House (Russell Connor discusses Italian 18th-century artist/antiquarian Giovanni Batista Piranesi) 7:30 Antiques (Barbara Taylor shows her collection of antique toys and children's chinaware) 8:00 Profiles in Courage (in 1850, Sen. Daniel Webster is asked by Sen. Henry Clay to go along with Clay's compromise...or risk civil war) 9:00 Probe 10:00 Invitation to Art 10:30 Aaron Copeland (Aaron talks about satire in 1920s German opera) KWSC 10-Edu Pullman 4:45pm TV Kindergarten 5:30 What's New 6:00 Playing the Guitar (lesson 8: how to read two-part music) 6:30 Indians "Resources for the Study of Indians in Relation to History" 7:00 Pathfinders "Profit Without Honor" (profiles economist/philosopher/social critic Thorstein Veblen) 7:30 Creative Person (profile of archiect Eero Saarinen, including an interview taped shortly before his 1961 death) 8:00 Big Picture 8:30 USA "The Nonfiction Novel" (Truman Capote on his book In Cold Blood) 9:00 Conversation (Boston drama critic Elliot Norton interviews Theodore Bikel) 9:30 Showcase (looking at Italian film director Michelangelo Antonini) KUID 12-Edu Moscow 1pm Classroom: Math 1:30 Classroom: You & Eye 2:00 Classroom: Language Arts 2:30 Classroom: Music 3:00 TV Kindergarten 3:30 What's New 4:00 Observing Eye "The Laws of Motion" 4:30 French Chef (Julia shows how to make leftovers interesting) 5:00 TV Kindergarten 5:30 What's New (r) 6:00 1962 Buick Open golf highlights 6:30 Observing Eye (rerun from 4:00) 7:00 French Chef (r) 7:30 Only One Day (Nur Ein Tag) (this 1965 German docudrama re-enacts a day's routing in a Nazi concentration camp; writer Gunther R. Lys actually spent 4-1/2 yrs in Sachsenhausen) 9:00 Speaking Freely (poverty is discussed by Mitchell Sviridoff from NYC's Human Resources Administration) KTVR 13-ABC/NBC La Grande (relays KTVB Boise, programs PT) 6:00 Today (c/guests Rhodes and Godden) 7:00 Snap Judgment (c) 7:25 NBC News (c) 7:30 Concentration (c) 8:00 Personality (c) 8:30 Hollywood Squares (c) 9:00 Jeopardy! (c) 9:30 Eye Guess (c) 9:55 NBC News (c) 10:00 Dating Game 10:30 Let's Make a Deal (c) 11:00 Newlywed Game (c) 11:30 Doctors (c) noon Another World (c) 12:30 You Don't Say! (c) 1:00 Candid Camera 1:30 Movie "When the Daltons Rode" 3:00 Periscope 3:30 Good Company (guest Joe Namath is interviewed at his Manhattan apartment) 4:00 NBC News (c) 4:30 News (Smede/Peters/Moore) 5:00 Jerry Lewis (c) 6:00 Movie "If a Man Answers" (c) 8:00 Hollywood Palace (c) 9:00 News (Cable/Peters/Moore) 9:30 Tonight Show (c) KNDO 23-Yakima/KNDU 25-Pasco (NBC) 7:55 Agricultural News 8:00 Today (c/guest Prof. Rosenthal) 9:00 Snap Judgment (c) 9:25 NBC News (c) 9:30 Concentration (c) 10:00 Personality (c) 10:30 Hollywood Squares (c) 11:00 Jeopardy! (c) 11:30 Eye Guess (c) 11:55 NBC News (c) noon Let's Make a Deal (c) 12:30 Days of Our Lives (c) 1:00 Doctors (c) 1:30 Another World (c) 2:00 You Don't Say! (c) 2:30 Match Game (c) 2:55 NBC News (c) 3:00 General Hospital 3:30 Dark Shadows (c) 4:00 Fugitive (same episode aired by ch 2 at 1pm) 5:00 Westerner "The Black Wagon" 5:30 News (Roberts/Meighan) 6:00 NBC News (c) 6:30 Flying Nun (c) 7:00 Can You Hear Me? (c/a deaf girl struggles to make 4 senses equal five; Peyton Place is preempted) 7:30 I Dream of Jeannie "Jeannie and the Great Bank Robbery" (c) 8:00 Jerry Lewis (c) 9:00 Movie "If a Man Answers" (c) 11:00 News 11:30 Tonight Show (c) KYVE 47-Edu Yakima 9:00 Classroom: Language Arts 9:15 Classroom: Spanish 9:30 Classroom: Art 10:00 Classroom: Music 10:20 recess 10:45 Classroom: Music 11:15 Classroom: Science 11:45 Teaching Problems 12:15 Classroom: Ancient History 12:45 Classroom: Science 1:00 Classroom: Music 1:30 Classroom: Science 1:45 Classroom: Music 2:00 Classroom: Science 2:45 Classroom: Physical Fitness 3:00 recess 3:45 Teaching Problems 4:15 recess 5:10 Cholla's Corner 5:30 What's New 6:00 Swedish Scene "Shipyard of the Future" (visiting a Gothenburg shipyard) 6:30 Folk Guitar 7:00 Teaching Problems (guest is Toppenish High music teacher Carl Tollefson) 7:30 Sports World (highlights of a LA Lakers-Cincinnati Royals game) 8:00 University Conversation (Prof. Harris Haertel on the role of religion in Chinese society) 8:30 NET Festival (the series premieres with a visit to the UK's Glyndebourne Opera Festival) 9:30 World Law (premiere; Naval Reserve Officers School instructor Ray Royal hosts this series, which debuts with the question "Is there world law?") Retro:Cleveland/Akron/Youngstown Saturday, December 1, 1956 Source:TV Guide Cleveland Edition Saturday, December 1, 1956: 3 KYW-NBC 7:30 This Land Is Ours 8:30 Nuts and Bolts-Mr. Rivitz (Jay Miltner)-WPTZ/WRCV-3 Philadelphia had a similar character called Mr. Rivets in 1954-56 9:30 Teachers Meeting-Cleveland Schools 10AM Howdy Doody 10:30 Sheena of the Jungle 11AM Fury 11:30 Buffalo Bill Jr. Noon Roy Rogers 12:30 Duke Jenkins-Music 1PM Football Preview 1:15 Army/Navy College Football-Lindsey Nelson/Red Grange 4:45 Football Scoreboard 5PM 77th Bengal Lancers 5:30 Ramar of the Jungle 6PM Bowling-Chicago 7PM Racket Squad 7:30 People Are Funny-Art Linkletter 8PM Perry Como-COLOR Carol Channing, Nat King Cole 9PM Caesar's Hour 10PM George Gobel-Guest Angela Lansbury 10:30 Your Hit Parade 11PM News-Tom Field 11:05 Movie-Johnny Come Lately-1943 12:30 News-Tom Field 5 WEWS-ABC 8:55 News-Ron Penfound 9AM Fun Farm 10AM Story of TV 10:30 Friendly Giant 10:45 Toyland Express 11AM Mr. Lollipops-Joe Berg 11:30 Toyland Express 11:45 Learn To Draw-Jon Gnagy Noon Double Feature Western Movie 2PM Bandstand-Phil McLean Patty Rowe 4PM Movie-Kansas Terrors-1939 5PM Movie-Call of the Mesquiteers-1938 6PM Kit Carson 6:30 Gene Autry 7PM Old Dutch Revue-Johnny Andrews 7:30 Famous Film Festival-Hamlet Part One (Sir Laurence Olivier) 9PM Lawrence Welk 10PM Masquerade Party 10:30 Police Call 11PM I Spy-Anthology about spying and espionage 11:30 Conrad Nagel Theater Midnight Movie-A Matter of Murder 1AM News-Randy Culver 8 WJW CBS 8:30 Movie-Six-Gun Man 9:30 Captain Kangaroo 10:30 Mighty Mouse 11AM Looney Tunes 11:30 Texas Rangers Noon Big Top 1PM Lone Ranger 1:30 Humbard Family 2PM Science Sermons-Likely from Moody Bible Institute 2:30 Animal Fair 3PM Teen Press-Maggie Wulff 3:30 Salute-Documentary 4PM Movie-Six-Gun Man (Repeat from 8:30) 5PM Sky King 5:30 Captain Midnight 6PM Hopalong Cassidy 6:30 Annie Oakley 7PM Beat The Clock-Bud Collyer 7:30 Buccaneers 8PM Jackie Gleason 9AM Oh Susanna 9:30 Hey, Jeannie 10PM Gunsmoke 10:30 Frontier 11PM News-Warren Guthrie 11:10 Sports-John Fitzgerald 11:15 Movie-I Am The Law-1938 12:45 Movie-Love From A Stranger-1947 21 WFMJ-Youngstown NBC 10AM Howdy Doody 10:30 I Married Joan 11AM Fury 11:30 Cowboy Theater-Monty Hall 1PM To Be Announced 1:15 Army-Navy Football 5PM Funhouse Gang 6:15 Jungle Jim 6:45 Hollywood Backstage 7PM Rumpus Room 7:30 People Are Funny-Art Linkletter 8PM Perry Como-COLOR Carol Channing, Nat King Cole 9PM Caesar;s Hour 10PM George Gobel-Guest Angela Lansbury 10:30 Your Hit Parade 11PM News 11:15 Movie-The Secret People-1952 27 WKBN-Youngstown CBS/ABC 9:30 Captain Kangaroo 10:15 Toyland Express 10:30 Cartoon Classics 11AM Western Movie Noon Big Top 1PM Movie-The Old Barn Dance 2PM Movie-Fighting Pioneers 3PM Movie-The Quitter-1934 4PM Western Movie 5PM Bowling Champs 6PM Uncovered 6:30 News 7PM Ozzie And Harriet-ABC 7:30 Buccaneers 8PM Jackie Gleason 9AM Lawrence Welk-ABC 10PM Gunsmoke 10:30 Ford Theater 11PM Polka Party Midnight Wrestling Time 49 WAKR-Akron ABC 12:30 Movie-Cowboy Holiday-1934 1:30 Humbard Family 2PM Mr. and Mrs. North 2:30 Akron University 3PM Movie-I Met My Love Again-1938 4PM Movie-Gentleman From Texas-1946 6PM Movie-Musical 7PM Grand Ole Opry 7:30 Famous Film Festival-Hamlet Part One (Sir Laurence Olivier) 9PM Lawrence Welk 10PM Movie-More Than A Secretary-1936 11:30 Movie-Fall Guy-1947 Retro:Cleveland/Akron/Youngstown Thursday December 6, 1956 Courtesy:TV Guide Cleveland Edition 3 KYW NBC 7AM Today 9AM Morning Surprise-Tom Haley 10AM Ding Dong School 10:30 Price Is Right-Bill Cullen 11AM Home-Arlene Francis 11:25 Window-Women 11:30 Home-Continues Noon Tic Tac Dough 12:30 It Could Be You 1PM Movie-The Flying Irishman-1939 2:30 Tennessee Ernie 3PM Matinee Theater-COLOR "The Refugee" 4PM Queen For A Day 4:45 Modern Romances 5PM I Married Joan 5:30 Mr. District Attorney 6PM Six O'Clock-Adventure-My Hero (Robert Cummings) 6:30 Six O'Clock Adventure-Colonel March (Boris Karloff) 6:55 News-Tom Field 7PM Soldiers Of Fortune 7:30 Dinah Shore 7:45 Huntley/Brinkley Report 8PM You Bet Your Life-Groucho Marx 8:30 Dragnet 9PM People's Choice-Jackie Cooper, Pat Breslin 9:30 Ford Show-Tennessee Ernie Ford-Guest Ken Murray 10PM Project 20-"The Jazz Age" with host Fred Allen (Lux Video Theatre is off tonight) 11PM News-Tom Field 11:10 Weather-Joe Finan 11:15 Sports-Joe Mulvihill 11:20 Big Wilson-Music 11:30 Steve Allen Tonight Show 12:30 My Little Margie 1AM News-Tom Field 5 WEWS ABC 8:55 News-Bill Prentice 9AM Fun Farm 9:45 Paige Palmer 10AM Western Reserve University Telecourse 10:30 Movie-Blonde Ice-1948 11:55 News-Ron Penfound-Probably a voiceover with a slide, as Penfound was likely already in his "Captain Penny" train outfit for his show at Noon Noon Captain Penny 12:40 Toy Preview 12:45 Beulah-The Play 1:15 Stu Erwin-Yvette 1:45 Susie-Too Much Spring 2:15 Liberace 2:45 Music Masters-Songs 3PM Afternoon Film Festival-It Started In Paradise (English:1953) 4:30 Little Rascals 4:45 Toyland Santa 5PM Mickey Mouse Club 6PM Three Musketeers-The Marshal and Milady 6:25 Toy Preview 6:30 Dorothy Fuldheim 6:45 Weather-Bill Prentice 6:50 News-Paul Wilcox, Ron Penfound 7PM Stories Of The Century-Kate Bender 7:30 Lone Ranger-Decision For Chris McKeever 8PM Circus Time-Paul Winchell 9PM Wire Service-The Avengers 10PM Ozark Jubilee-Red Foley 10:30 Public Defender-The Hitchhiker 11PM Weather-Paul Wilcox 11:05 Movie-The Groom Wore Spurs-1951 (IMDB) 12:30 News-Court Stanton 8 WJW CBS 7AM Good Morning-Will Rogers Jr. with Norman Vincent Peale, Mitch Miller 8AM Captain Kangaroo 9AM Romper Room-Miss Pat 9:30 Heart Of The City 10AM Garry Moore 10:30 Arthur Godfrey 11:30 Strike It Rich-Warren Hull Noon Valiant Lady 12:15 Love Of Life 12:30 Search For Tomorrow 12:45 Guiding Light 1PM Our Miss Brooks-Thanksgiving 1:30 As The World Turns 2PM Alice Weston 2:30 House Party-Linkletter 3PM Blackboard-Maggie Wulff (Pre-empted Big Payoff today only) 3:30 Bob Crosby-Bob sings brother Bing's holiday hit, "White Christmas" 4PM Brighter Day 4:15 Secret Storm 4:30 Edge Of Night 5PM Movie-Blind Alley-1939 (IMDB) 6:15 News-Roger Kennedy 6:30 Ohio Story-segment on Cleveland Police's Bureau of Scientific Investigation-Nelson Olmstead narrates 6:40 News-Roger Kennedy 6:45 CBS News-Douglas Edwards 7PM Dr. Christian 7:30 Sergeant Preston 8PM Bob Cummings (Love That Bob)-Chuck Buys A Hot Rod 8:30 Climax! Savage Portrait 9:30 Playhouse 90-Made In Heaven with Imogene Coca and Robert Preston 11PM News-Warren Guthrie 11:10 Sports-John Fitzgerald 11:15 Weather-Ken Armstrong 11:20 Les Paul/Mary Ford 11:25 Movie-Parole Racket-1937 21 WFMJ NBC Youngstown 7AM Today 9AM Adelaide Snyder 10AM Ding Dong School 10:30 Price Is Right-Bill Cullen 11AM Home-Arlene Francis Noon Tic Tac Dough 12:30 It Could Be You 1PM Local News 1:15 Kitchen Corner-Mariner 1:45 Hal's A-Poppin-Hal Fryar 2:30 Tennessee Ernie 3PM Matinee Theater-COLOR "The Refugee" 4PM Queen For A Day 4:45 Modern Romances 5PM Funhouse Gang 6PM Popeye 7PM Dr. Christian 7:30 Dinah Shore 7:45 Huntley/Brinkley Report 8PM You Bet Your Life-Groucho Marx 8:30 Dragnet 9PM People's Choice-Jackie Cooper, Pat Breslin 9:30 Ford Show-Tennessee Ernie Ford-Guest Ken Murray 10PM Project 20-"The Jazz Age" with host Fred Allen (Lux Video Theatre is off tonight) 11PM News/Weather/Sports 11:20 Living Word 11:30 Steve Allen Tonight Show 27 WKBN CBS/ABC Youngstown 7AM Good Morning-Will Rogers Jr. with Norman Vincent Peale, Mitch Miller 8AM Captain Kangaroo 9AM To Be Announced-(Nothing listed-On occasion 27 would run Captain Kangaroo Twice-this may be the case here) 10AM Fashions-Esther Sonntag 10:15 Movie-Charlie Chan In Rio-1941 11:30 Strike It Rich-Warren Hull Noon Cartoon Carnival 12:30 Playhouse 1PM CBS News-Charles Colligwood 1:10 Stand Up-Women 1:30 Movie-Pearl Of Death-1944 2:45 Casteel's Carousel 3PM Big Payoff 3:30 Western Movie 4:45 Clancy's Clubhouse 5PM Mickey Mouse Club-ABC 6PM Annie Oakley 6:30 Sports/News 6:45 CBS News-Douglas Edwards 7PM Crunch and Des 7:30 Sergeant Preston 8PM Bob Cummings (Love That Bob)-Chuck Buys A Hot Rod 8:30 Climax! Savage Portrait 9:30 Playhouse 90-Made In Heaven with Imogene Coca and Robert Preston 11PM News-Warren Guthrie 11:10 Local News 11:15 Movie-Conflict Of Wings-1955 49 WAKR ABC Akron 1PM Movie-Johnny In The Clouds-1945 2:30 Chef Lorenzo 3PM Afternoon Film Festival-It Started In Paradise (English:1953) 4:30 Adventure 5PM Movie-Paradise Canyon-1935 6PM Local News 6:30 Dinner Spinner-Music 7PM News 7:15 ABC News-John Daly 7:30 Chef Lorenzo 8PM Movie-Four Days Leave-1950 (IMDB) 9:30 Movie-Guest Wife-1945 11PM Movie-Shadow On The Range-1946 Some movie dates courtesy IMDB Movie Database Retro: Eastern Illinois Mon, Dec 2, 1963 from TV Guide-Eastern Illinois edition WCIA 3-Champaign/WMBD 31-Peoria/W71AE-LaSalle & Peru (CBS; 71 relays ch 31) 7:00 Sunrise Semester "Outlines of Art" 7:30 Tinker Time (Sheriff Sid) 7:55 Weather (Ed Mason) 8:00 Captain Kangaroo 9:00 CBS News 9:30 I Love Lucy 10:00 (Real) McCoys 10:30 Pete & Gladys 11:00 Love of Life 11:25 CBS News 11:30 Search for Tomorrow 11:45 Guiding Light noon News/Market Reports/Weather 12:15 (31) Debbie Drake 12:30 As the World Turns 1:00 Password 1:30 House Party (three ladies get $100 each to buy new wardrobes, they'll show them off on Friday) 2:00 To Tell the Truth 2:25 CBS News 2:30 Edge of Night 3:00 Secret Storm 3:30 Lee Phillip (guest Troy Donahue) 3:45 (3) Popeye & Sheriff Sid 3:45 (31) Street Scene (Jack McCarthy) 4:00 (3) Movie "Beyond the Blue Horizon" 4:00 (31) Movie "Plunder Road" 5:30 CBS News 6:00 News/Weather/Sports 6:25 (3) News (Paul Davis) 6:30 (3) Quick Draw McGraw 6:30 (31) To Tell the Truth 7:00 I've Got a Secret 7:30 Lucy "Lucy Puts Out a Fire at the Bank" 8:00 Danny Thomas (Tommy Makem and the Clancy Brothers play the sons of Kathy's aunt, who's arrived from Ireland and announces she wants them to make their US debut at the Copa Club) 8:30 Andy Griffith 9:00 East Side/West Side "No Hiding Place" 10:00 News/Weather/Sports 10:30 (3) Movie "House of Strangers" 10:30 (31) Probe "The Genie and the Puppet" (Dr. Albert E. Burke) 11:00 (31) Championship Bowling: Andy Marzich v George Howard WTVP 17-Decatur/W70AF-Champaign & Urbana (ABC) 8:25 Columbia Seminars "The United Nations" 8:55 Meditations 9:00 Cartoon Playtime 10:00 Price is Right 10:30 Seven Keys 11:00 Tennessee Ernie Ford 11:30 Father Knows Best noon General Hospital 12:30 Country Journal (Al Pigg) 1:00 M Squad "Mr. Grim's Rabbits" 1:30 Day in Court 1:55 ABC News 2:00 Queen for a Day 2:30 Who Do You Trust? 3:00 Trailmaster 4:00 Mickey Mouse Club 4:30 Mighty Hercules 5:00 Cheyenne "Devil's Canyon" 6:00 ABC News 6:15 Weather/News/Sports 6:30 Outer Limits "Nightmare" 7:30 Wagon Train (c) 9:00 Breaking Point "Who is Mimi-What is She?" 10:00 Weather/News 10:15 News (Murphy Martin) 10:25 Sports (Frank Monte) 10:30 Play of the Week 10:45 Movie "Break in the Circle" 11:55 News (Bob Billman) WTVH 19-Peoria/W78AC-LaSalle & Peru (ABC) 8:30 Columbia Seminars "From Tradition to Modernity" 9:00 Romper Room 10:00 Price is Right 10:30 Seven Keys 11:00 Tennessee Ernie Ford 11:30 Father Knows Best noon General Hospital 12:30 Farm Market Reports 1:00 M Squad "Take-Over" 1:30 Day in Court 1:55 ABC News 2:00 Queen for a Day 2:30 Who Do You Trust? 3:00 Trailmaster 4:00 Mickey Mouse Club 4:30 Mighty Hercules 5:00 Cheyenne "The Argonauts" 6:00 ABC News 6:15 News/Weather/Sports 6:30 Outer Limits "Nightmare" 7:30 Wagon Train (c) 9:00 Breaking Point "Who is Mimi-What is She?" 10:00 News (Murphy Martin) 10:10 News (Will Ketterson) 10:15 Movie "Women's Prison" 11:35 Sea Hunt WICS 20-Springfield/WICD 24-Danville/WCHU 33-Champaign (NBC) WICD 24 doesn't have color facilities 7:00 Today 9:00 Say When 9:25 NBC News 9:30 Word for Word (c) 10:00 Concentration 10:30 Missing Links (c) 11:00 Your First Impression (c) 11:30 Truth or Consequences (c) 11:55 NBC News noon Girl Talk (guests PR expert Frankie Childers Hewitt and actress Rita Gam) 12:30 (20) At Your Service 12:30 (24-33) Table Talk 1:00 People will Talk (c) 1:25 NBC News 1:30 Doctors 2:00 Loretta Young 2:30 You Don't Say! (c) 3:00 Match Game 3:25 NBC News 3:30 Make Room for Daddy 4:00 Funny Company 4:45 Rocky & His Friends (Bullwinkle) 5:00 (20) Magic Circle 5:00 (24) Coachs' Review 5:00 (33) Uncle Otto's General Store 5:30 NBC News 6:00 News/Weather 6:15 News 6:30 Monday Night at the Movies "House of Numbers" 8:30 (20-33) Biography: Adolf Hitler 8:30 (24) Fashionably Speaking 9:00 Sing Along with Mitch (c/singing songs about letters; soloists include Leslie Uggams, Sandy Stewart, Bob McGrath, Keith Booth, and Paul Friesen...guests include Mary Lou Ryhal, Vitor Griffin, barbershop quartet Andy's Dandies, and Miami's Singing Mailmen) 10:00 News/Weather/Sports 10:30 Tonight Show (c/guest Alan King) mid. News WEEK 43-Peoria/WEEQ 35-LaSalle (NBC) 7:00 Today 9:00 Say When 9:25 NBC News 9:30 Word for Word (c) 10:00 Concentration 10:30 Missing Links (c) 11:00 Your First Impression (c) 11:30 Truth or Consequences (c) 11:55 NBC News noon News/Weather 12:20 Popeye 12:30 King & Odie 12:45 Barbara Barry 1:00 People will Talk (c) 1:25 NBC News 1:30 Doctors 2:00 Loretta Young 2:30 You Don't Say! (c) 3:00 Match Game 3:25 NBC News 3:30 Make Room for Daddy 4:00 Captain Jinks 5:00 Huckleberry Hound 5:30 NBC News 6:00 News/Weather 6:15 News 6:30 Monday Night at the Movies "House of Numbers" 8:30 Hollywood & the Stars "The Fabulous Musicals" 9:00 Sing Along with Mitch (c) 10:00 News/Weather/Sports 10:30 Tonight Show (c) Retro: Ottawa/Montreal/Southern Quebec Mon, Dec 1, 1975 from Tele CBFT 2-Montreal/CBOFT 9-Ottawa/CBVT 11-Quebec City (SRC) 9:15 Les Oraliens 9:30 Les 100 tours de Centour 9:45 En mouvement 10:00 Du soleil a 5 cents 10:15 Au jardin de Pierrot 10:30 (2-11) Conseil-Express 10:30 (9) Cours scolaires de l'Ontario 11:00 (2-11) Les recettes de Juliette 11:30 (2-11) Noele aux quatre vents (bw) 11:30 (9) Les recettes de Juliette noon Cher oncle Bill "Vacances en Espagne" (pt 3) 12:30 Les Coqueluches 1:30 Le Telejournal 1:35 Femme d'aujourd'hui 2:30 Cinema "Le Nouveau Testament" (bw) 4:00 Bobino 4:30 Fanfreluche 5:00 Cosmos 1999 (Space: 1999) "Au bout de l'eternite" 6:00 Ce soir 6:30 (9) Tout a l'heure 6:30 (11) Le Telejournal national et regional 6:40 (11) Nouvelles du sport 6:47 (11) Regional 03 7:00 (2) Quelle famille! 7:30 JO (pre-Olympic program) 8:00 Y a pas de probleme 8:30 Avec le temps 9:00 Tele-Selection "Madigan: Conquete a Park Avenue" (The Park Avenue Beat) 10:30 Le Telejournal 10:50 (2-11) Nouvelles du sport 10:50 (9) Derniere edition/Sports 11:00 Un grand defi (conclusion) mid. Joseph Balsamo (pt 1) 1:00 (2) Le Telejournal Videotron 2-Gatineau 1:30pm simulcast with Radio-Quebec (see CIVQ/CIVM listings for info) 3:45 Western 4:45 Radio-Quebec 5:00 Actualites polyvalentes (high school news) 5:30 Cours de guitare avec Gerry Joly 6:00 Tous sur tout WCAX 3-CBS Burlington 6:00 Test Pattern (bw) 6:30 Sunrise Semester 7:00 CBS News 8:00 Captain Kangaroo 9:00 Mike Douglas 10:00 Price is Right 11:00 Gambit 11:30 Love of Life 11:55 CBS News noon Young & the Restless 1:00 Channel 3 News 1:10 Across the Fence 1:30 As the World Turns 2:30 Guiding Light 3:00 All in the Family 3:30 Match Game '75 4:00 Tattletales 4:30 Ironside 5:30 Beverly Hillbillies 6:00 Channel 3 News Hour 7:00 CBS Evening News 7:30 Hollywood Squares 8:00 Rhoda 8:30 Phyllis 9:00 All in the Family 9:30 Maude 10:00 Medical Center 11:00 Channel 3 Nightbeat 11:30 Late Movie "The Night Digger" Laurentian Cable 3-Hull 9:00 Le Chapelet 9:15 Yoga 9:30 Bonjour, Happy Day 10:30 Tout sur tout 11:30 Disco-jeunesse 1:30 simulcast with Radio-Quebec 10:00 College communautaire Ottawa Cable 3-Ottawa 5:55pm Stock Market Report 6:00 How to... 6:15 Ability 6:30 Ottawa Film Council 7:00 Nepean Tonight 7:30 Signature 8:00 Law for the Layman 8:30 Sports on Tap 9:00 A Special Presentation Skyline Cable 3-Ottawa 5:30pm Mail Bag 8:30 Golf Today CFCM 4-TVA Quebec City 7:30 Dessins animes (cartoons) 8:00 Entre 8 et 9 9:00 Au bout du fil 10:30 Pour vous, mesdames 11:00 Bonjour, comment ca va? 11:30 Dessins animes 11:45 Meteo (weather) 11:50 Les Informations noon De tour de tous 1:00 Les Tannants 2:00 Cinema "La neige etait sale" (bw) 3:30 Le sac "Decolle" 4:30 Cinema "Tarzan chez les coupeurs de tete" (bw) 5:50 Votre foyer madame 6:00 Parle, parle, jase, jase 7:00 Aujourd'hui 1er decembre 7:30 Les Berger 8:00 A la canadienne 8:30 Medecine d'aujourd'hui 9:30 L'univers de Yoland Guerard (guests Diane Juster, Les Mimes Electriques, Denise Guenette, Arthur Prevost, and Monique Leyrac) 10:30 Nouvelles TVA 11:00 Meteo 11:05 Cine-4 "Arizona" (bw) CBOT 4-CBC Ottawa 8:00 Ontario Schools 8:45 Friendly Giant 9:00 Mon Ami 9:15 Ontario Schools 10:30 Mr. Dressup 11:00 Sesame Street noon Bob McLean 12:55 CBC News 1:00 Market Place 1:30 Any Woman Can Fix It 2:00 Love, American Style 2:30 Edge of Night 3:00 Take 30 3:30 Celebrity Cooks 4:00 Forest Rangers "Aggie" 4:30 Coming Up Rosie 5:00 Hi-Diddle Day "Basil and Durwood's Afternoon Out" 5:30 Partridge Family "I Can Get It for You Retail" 6:00 Bob Newhart 6:30 This Day 7:30 Thit? (that's what the name of the show was Cheesy) 8:00 Rhoda 8:30 Front Page Challenge 9:00 All in the Family 9:30 Chico & the Man "The Strike" 10:00 CBC Newsmagazine (Lloyd Robertson was the host, he would defect to CTV the following year) 10:30 Man Alive (report from the World Council of Churches meeting in Nairobi) 11:00 The National 11:22 Viewpoint 11:30 CBOT Tonight 11:50 Ryan TVC4-St Jerome 6:15pm Radio-College 6:45 Bulletin communautaire 7:00 De ce cote-ci de la riviere (teleroman, title translates as "On This Side of the River") 7:30 Techniphoto CKMI 5-CBC Quebec City 9:30 Quebec Schools 10:30 Mr. Dressup 11:00 Sesame Street noon Bob McLean 12:55 CBC News 1:00 Movie Time "The Immortal Sergeant" (bw) 2:30 Edge of Night 3:00 Take 30 3:30 Celebrity Cooks 4:00 Forest Rangers "Aggie" 4:30 Coming Up Rosie 5:00 Hi-Diddle Day "Basil and Durwood's Afternoon Out" 5:30 Partridge Family "I Can Get It for You Retail" 6:00 City at Six (relay from CBMT) 7:00 Onedin Line "Black Gold" 8:00 Rhoda 8:30 Front Page Challenge 9:00 All in the Family 9:30 Chico & the Man "The Strike" 10:00 CBC Newsmagazine 10:30 Man Alive 11:00 The National 11:22 Merv Griffin 12:52 Music with Marc Legrand WPTZ 5-NBC Plattsburgh 6:30 Town & Country 7:00 Today 9:00 Phil Donahue 10:00 Celebrity Sweepstakes 10:30 Wheel of Fortune 11:00 High Rollers 11:30 Hollywood Squares noon Magnificent Marble Machine 12:30 Three for the Money 1:00 Truth or Consequences 1:30 Days of Our Lives 2:30 Doctors 3:00 Another World 4:00 Somerset 4:30 Merv Griffin 6:00 News 6:30 NBC Nightly News 7:00 Adam-12 7:30 Treasure Hunt 8:00 Billy Graham Crusade 9:00 Movie "Butterflies are Free" 11:00 News 11:30 Tonight Show 1:00 Tomorrow CBMT 6-CBC Montreal 9:00 Friendly Giant 9:15 Mon Ami 9:30 Quebec Schools 10:30 Mr. Dressup 11:00 Sesame Street noon Bob McLean 12:55 CBC News 1:00 Larry Solway 1:30 Any Woman Can Fix It 2:00 Love, American Style 2:30 Edge of Night 3:00 Take 30 3:30 Celebrity Cooks 4:00 Forest Rangers "Aggie" 4:30 Coming Up Rosie 5:00 Hi-Diddle Day "Basil and Durwood's Afternoon Out" 5:30 Partridge Family "I Can Get It for You Retail" 6:00 City at Six 7:00 Onedin Line "Black Gold" 8:00 Rhoda 8:30 Front Page Challenge 9:00 All in the Family 9:30 Chico & the Man "The Strike" 10:00 CBC Newsmagazine 10:30 Man Alive 11:00 The National 11:22 Viewpoint 11:30 Montreal Tonight 11:55 Cine-Six "Maid of Salem" (bw) CKGN 6-Global Ottawa noon Canadian Cavalcade 12:30 News at Noon 1:30 Rimstead! 2:00 Horoscope Fortune Bingo 2:30 Guiding Light 3:00 Money Talks with Raoul Engel 3:30 Pink Panther 4:00 Gilligan's Island "Slave Girl" 4:30 Monkees "I was a Teenage Monster" 5:00 Hogan's Heroes "Psychic Kommandant" 5:30 That Girl "7-1/4" (pt 1) 6:00 Global News 6:30 Adam-12 "Arson" 7:00 Odd Couple "What Makes Felix Run" 7:30 Movie "My Six Loves" 9:30 Maude 10:00 Global News Hour 11:00 Rimstead! 11:30 In Private Life (guest Allan MacEachern, federal Cabinet Minister) CHLT 7-TVA Sherbrooke 9:00 Informa 7 9:15 Mini-Shopping 9:30 Sans detours 10:00 Pour vous, mesdames 11:45 Les p'tits bonshommes noon Informa 7 12:30 Les Tannants 1:30 Pourquoi pas? 2:15 Cine-Lundi "Victor" (bw) 4:00 Escadrille sous-marine "Le fantome" 4:30 Patofville 5:00 Voyage au fond des mers (Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea) "Droles de gens" 6:00 Parle, parle, jase, jase 7:00 Quelque part quelqu'un 7:30 Les Berger 8:00 A la canadienne 8:30 Medecine d'aujourd'hui 9:30 L'univers de Yoland Guerard 10:30 Nouvelles TVA 11:00 Informa 7 11:15 Cinema 7 "La colere des dieux" (bw) 12:45 Informa 7 WWNY 7-CBS/NBC/ABC Watertown 7:00 Today 7:25 Extension Service 7:30 Today 8:25 WWNY News 8:30 Today 9:00 Captain Kangaroo 10:00 Price is Right 11:00 Gambit 11:30 Love of Life 11:55 CBS News noon Young & the Restless 12:30 Search for Tomorrow 1:00 Ryan's Hope 1:30 As the World Turns 2:30 Guiding Light 3:00 General Hospital 3:30 Match Game '75 4:00 Tattletales 4:30 All in the Family 5:00 Batman 5:30 Truth or Consequences 6:00 WWNY News 6:30 CBS Evening News 7:00 Three for the Road 8:00 Rhoda 8:30 Phyllis 9:00 All in the Family 9:30 Maude 10:00 Medical Center 11:00 WWNY News 11:30 Late Movie "The Perils of Pauline" CJOH-CTV: 8 Cornwall/13 Ottawa 6:00 University of the Air 6:30 Kareen's Yoga 7:00 Canada AM 8:30 Party Game 9:00 AM Show 10:00 It's Your Move 10:30 Joyce Davidson 11:00 Trouble with Tracy "Tracy Manages a Theatre" 11:30 Romper Room noon Flintstones 12:30 Cartoon Party 1:00 It Takes a Thief "Sing a Song of Murder" 2:00 Celebrity Dominoes 2:30 What's the Good Word? 3:00 Another World 4:00 Definition 4:30 Lucy Show "Lucy's Contact Lenses" 5:00 Brady Bunch "Getting Davy Jones" 5:30 Get Smart "Greer Window" 6:00 Newsline 7:00 That's My Mama 7:30 Happy Prince 8:00 Invisible Man "Sight Unseen" 9:00 Petrocelli "Terror on Wheels" 10:00 Bobby Vinton (guests Ted Knight and Barbara Walters) 10:30 Pig & Whistle (guests Meredith Cutting, and the Peaches) 11:00 CTV National News 11:20 Nightline mid. Midnight at the Movies "How to Steal an Airplane" WMTW 8-ABC Mt Washington (Poland Spring) 7:00 AM America 9:00 Good Morning! New England (syndied from WCVB Boston) 10:30 Dealer's Choice 11:00 You Don't Say! 11:30 Happy Days noon Showoffs 12:30 All My Children 1:00 Ryan's Hope 1:30 Let's Make a Deal 2:00 $10,000 Pyramid 2:30 Rhyme & Reason 3:00 General Hospital 4:00 Batman 4:30 Munsters 5:00 Bewitched 5:30 Newscircle 6:30 ABC Evening News 7:00 The FBI 8:00 Mobile One 9:00 NFL: Miami-New England 11:45 Newscircle 12:15 NCAA Highlights CKSH 9-Sherbrooke/CKTM 13-Trois Rivieres (SRC) 9:15 Les Oraliens 9:30 Les 100 tours de Centour 9:45 En mouvement 10:00 Du soleil a 5 cents 10:15 Au jardin de Pierrot 10:30 Conseil-Express 11:00 Les recettes de Juliette 11:30 Rue Principale (title means "Main Street") 12:30 Les Coqueluches 1:30 Le Telejournal 1:35 Femme d'aujourd'hui 2:30 Cinema "Le chasse au lion a l'arc" (bw) 4:00 Bobino 4:30 Fanfreluche 5:00 Cinema de 5 heures "Certains l'aiment...froide" 7:00 Le (channel number) vous informe 7:30 JO 8:00 Y a pas de probleme 8:30 Avec le temps 9:00 Tele-Selection "Madigan: Conquete a Park Avenue" (The Park Avenue Beat) 10:30 Le Telejournal 10:50 Nouvelles du sport 11:00 (9) Cine-Soir "La brigade du diable" (The Devil's Brigade) 11:00 (13) La parole est a l'auditeur 11:05 (13) Cine-Soir "La nuit est faite pour..." (bw) Cable TV 9-Montreal 1:30pm simulcast with Radio-Quebec 10:00 Sports Heritage "Hawaiian Invitational 1969" 11:00 Tele-Sports Digest National Cablevision 9-Montreal 8:00 Mille et un emplois 9:00 Mirielle et sans sonnette 9:30 La famille Cameleon 10:30 Le Capitaine Kebec et ses amis 11:00 Dollars et douleurs 11:30 Luso quebecois (Portuguese) noon German Diary (German) 12:30 24 heures a la fois (AA) 1:00 Les p'tites nouvelles du 9 1:30 simulcast with Radio-Quebec 10:00 Commission d'enquete sur le crime organise (some things never change...there are allegations in Quebec today about some unions being mobbed up) 2:00 24 heures a la fois 2:30 Si le monde savait 3:30 En se racontant l'histoire d'ici CFTM 10-TVA Montreal 7:40 Horaire/Bienvenue 7:45 Les p'tits bonshommes 8:00 Fanfan Dede 8:30 A la bonne heure 10:00 Pour vous, mesdames 11:45 Les p'tits bonshommes 12:20 Le 10 vous informe 12:30 Les Tannants 1:30 A votre service 2:15 Cine-Lundi "Victor" (bw) 4:00 Escadrille sous-marine "Le fantome" 4:30 Patofville 5:00 Voyage au fond des mers (Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea) "Droles de gens" 6:00 Parle, parle, jase, jase 7:00 Le 10 vous informe 7:30 Les Berger 8:00 A la canadienne 8:30 Medecine d'aujourd'hui 9:30 L'univers de Yoland Guerard 10:30 Nouvelles TVA 11:00 La couleur de temps 11:15 Sans Pantoufles "Le dernier pont" (bw) 12:45 Le 10 vous informe CFCF 12-CTV Montreal 6:00 University of the Air 6:30 Trouble with Tracy 7:00 Canada AM 8:30 Romper Room 9:00 Kareen's Yoga 9:30 The Community 10:00 Art of Cooking 10:30 Edith Serei 11:00 Definition 11:30 Joyce Davidson noon Flintstones 12:30 Matinee with George Balcan "A Ticklish Affair" 2:30 What's the Good Word? 3:00 Another World 4:00 Celebrity Dominoes 4:30 Flintstones 5:00 It's Your Move 5:30 Price is Right 6:00 Pulse 7:00 That's My Mama 7:30 Happy Prince 8:00 Invisible Man "Sight Unseen" 9:00 Petrocelli "Terror on Wheels" 10:00 Bobby Vinton 10:30 Pig & Whistle 11:00 CTV National News 11:21 Pulse mid. Midnight Movie "Lost Flight" CIVQ 15-Quebec City/CIVM 17-Montreal (RQ) 1:30pm Parlons francais I-II-III 2:15 Les Oraliens 2:30 Les 100 tours de Centour "Le voleur...detective" 2:45 Les images de l'histoire 3:00 Le drame de la survie 3:30 Si on le savait 4:00 En se racontant l'histoire d'ici 5:00 Le sens de la vie 6:00 Tourlou 6:15 Elans d'athletes 6:45 AUTOnomie 7:00 L'evolution de l'homme 8:00 Feminitude "Reves de sable" 8:30 Ce coin de pays 9:00 Histoire sur le vif WEZF 22-ABC Burlington 7:00 AM America 9:00 Good Morning! New England 10:30 PTL Club 12:30 All My Children 1:00 Ryan's Hope 1:30 Let's Make a Deal 2:00 $10,000 Pyramid 2:30 Rhyme & Reason 3:00 General Hospital 4:00 Edge of Night 4:30 Flintstones 5:00 Happy Days 5:30 Big Valley 6:00 News (as liste